Monthly Archives: March 2011

>Radiation found in 2 state’s milk, Chicago

>Radiation has been found in Chicago.The amounts are extremely far below harmful levels- even less than what radiation a banana gives off. Radiation has also been found in milk from 2 states.However, the level is 5,000 times below the limit … Continue reading

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>March 31 Severe Weather Situation

> There are severe storms currently occurring in Florida as expected.This is a multicell cluster which is not as dangerous as the single celled clusters to the west which look more potent.Either way, there are warnings in effect as well.Below … Continue reading

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>March 30 Forecast Discussion (Until April 4)

>TOMORROWA low pressure system will be moving offshore tomorrow morning, setting the stage for an expected major snowstorm in the Northeast. Accumulations could be as high as 12 inches. On the backside of that low will be a string of … Continue reading

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>March 30 Severe Weather Bulletin

>CAPE values have dropped after the passage of a small squall line, meaning the atmosphere is stabilizing.That said, it can be expected the storms about to move onshore will either slightly strengthen, sustain at their current strength, or drop in … Continue reading

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>Severe Weather Center coming soon

>The page is down for major renovations and will be back online by 8 pm CDT tonight.

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>March 29 Forecast Discussion (Until April 3)

>TOMORROWTomorrow, we will watch two low pressure systems, connected by a trough, slide across the Southeast. In the process, they will create some severe weather as they are creating right now. The lows will eventually combine, then connected by a … Continue reading

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>March 29 Severe Weather Situation

>Severe storms are developing in Southern Texas into Louisiana. There are actually 2 severe weather situations, but we will focus more on the tornado watch. Below is an image of real-time radar of that watch. This watch goes until 10:00pm … Continue reading

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