Monthly Archives: June 2016

Update On Wednesday And Thursday’s Severe Weather Threat

As I highlighted in my Sunday blog post, there is a significant threat for severe storms Wednesday, Wednesday night, and early Thursday. Damaging straight-line wind was the main concern per yesterday’s guidance, and it still is the main threat. The … Continue reading

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What We Know And Don’t Know About Wednesday Or Thursday’s Severe Weather Threat

In the Ohio Valley, it is rare to be put in a severe weather risk area by the Storm Prediction Center more than 3 days out. This week will feature one of those rare occasions. The Storm Prediction has put … Continue reading

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A Breakdown Of Today’s Severe Weather Potential

Morning showers and storms have stabilized the low-levels of the atmosphere and have prevented temperatures from rising significantly. As of 11am, most in the Tri-State are in the 70s: Sunshine is, however, returning to the Tri-State per the 10:45am visible … Continue reading

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Was It A Storm That Wasn’t In The Forecast? Nope.

If you were watching Ohio Valley radar yesterday afternoon, you might have noticed radar returns in southern Indiana. Were these showers and storms bubbling up due to temperatures rising through the 70s? Did I bust a forecast? Despite what you … Continue reading

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