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WEATHER ALLERTS

 
Anonymous Coward
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02/20/2013 06:45 PM
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The Storm Prediction Center isnt too worried about it-

[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]

The tornado potential for tomorrow looks fairly low at this time.
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was waiting for you to post this hiding
 Quoting: Goofy for God


Luis posted the thread this afternoon but most likely has gone to bed. I'm counting on help from all the GLP weathertards and helptards to get the information out until Luis gets up and takes over!

hf
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The Storm Prediction Center isnt too worried about it-

[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]

The tornado potential for tomorrow looks fairly low at this time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34464973


Yea, They never get excited until there is a supercell sitting on top of someone. I believe the "chasers" forecast because they monitor the weather for the rush..unlike the gov mets who watch it for the money.


As I always say, Plan for the worst, hope for the best, if nothing happens, then you are prepared for the next time!..And there will always be a next time!

hf
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Yep, I mentioned this days ago in my thread about the possible ice storm. But the main threat will be hail and straight line winds.
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Oh no...Planing ahead are they?

Good Day Fox 4 (DFW area)
Coming up Thursday on GOOD DAY:
- Severe weather coverage all morning long
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I don't know what the weather sites are saying, but, here in Illinois, they told my daughter today that there might not be school on Friday because it is supposed to get really nasty...found that interesting..
 Quoting: Abi ~


I don't know Abi..I'll have a look for you and see what I can find out.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


St Louis is already starting to close schools for tomorrow..

[link to www.kmov.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Thank you!..and you too, OP...;)

I found it really interesting because nothing is happening, YET..;)


hf

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REALLY hoping this fizzles out before it gets to us in TN. Usually, what Texas and Arkansas get makes it's way to us...

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02/20/2013 07:11 PM
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[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]

This map gives a 40% chance of t-storms for today. It's interesting that it covers alot of the area under winter weather advisories. From what I've been reading, it looks more like a possible severe t-storm event rather than a tornadic one. High winds seem to be the threat.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Yep, I mentioned this days ago in my thread about the possible ice storm. But the main threat will be hail and straight line winds.
 Quoting: El Tiburon



main threat will be hail and straight line winds...I don't like either one of those!

Do you think its too early to pour a glass of wine and start a fire in the fireplace? It's going to be a long night!
verycold
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02/20/2013 07:16 PM

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REALLY hoping this fizzles out before it gets to us in TN. Usually, what Texas and Arkansas get makes it's way to us...

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 Quoting: snark


You are right. Just keep your eye's to the skies and stay safe!

hf
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02/20/2013 07:18 PM
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[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]

Check these out Cowgirl. Just click on the map to enlarge. Discussion is beneath the enlarged map. T-storms in Ok.? What? It's snowing up there.

The other day, our local news did a story about the airport losing their human forecaster's. They'll be using computers for the airport/aviation forecasts soon. They said they would be dangerous because they can't "see" dust storms, etc.

What's up with their models now?
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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South/Central Louisiana here, will keep ya'll updated....hopefully!
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02/20/2013 07:24 PM

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[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]

This map gives a 40% chance of t-storms for today. It's interesting that it covers alot of the area under winter weather advisories. From what I've been reading, it looks more like a possible severe t-storm event rather than a tornadic one. High winds seem to be the threat.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I saw that Buckeye and I don't believe them. Look at the cold coming down from the north and the warm air headed up from the gulf. When those two systems collide.. Oh well, time will tell. Looks like we are going to have a long night. I've already taken down the Lone Star and secured things outside.

Here are some tweets for ya...

Entergy Louisiana ‏@EntergyLA
Entergy's Louisiana utilities monitoring severe weather system: [link to DON'T_USE-THIS]

WelchOK.com ‏@WelchOK
100% chance of severe weather overnight & Thur. Text @welchok to (952) 314-6631 for free text alerts in case voice/Net are down.

Michael Hook ‏@weatherninja
I almost forgot. Severe Weather Awareness Week in Arkansas continues. Today's NWS topic: Tornadoes. [link to 1.usa.gov] #arwx

Janice Dean ‏@janicedeanfox
The latest on the winter storm that will affect 30 million people across the U.S. is coming up soon with @megynkelly!
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South/Central Louisiana here, will keep ya'll updated....hopefully!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1405576


Thanks for reporting in! Please keep us posted. Getting this weather info out is a team effort!

hf
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02/20/2013 07:33 PM

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My weather band radio just went off. It said...this is as TEST. Funny they are testing it at 6:30 at night. I guess that was the pre-game warm up!

lmao
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02/20/2013 07:35 PM

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Heads up Missouri!

Travel Conditions: Roads may become slick in many parts of southwest Missouri during the early afternoon into evening hours starting Feb. 20. Conditions on roadways will deteriorate as the storm travels through southwest Missouri. Also, with icy conditions and high winds, ice-covered trees and power lines may fall into roadways. Roads may become impassable if trees and power lines fall into the roadway.

Road Clearing: MoDOT workers will be on duty as the storm approaches, and will begin treating and plowing roads as conditions deteriorate. They will have chainsaws and will try to clear roads of tree debris as efficiently as possible. However, they will not be able to remove downed power lines and will have to rely on local power companies to respond to these areas.

[link to southcountymail.com]
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Mississippi...Heads Up!

Red Cross MS Region ‏@RedCrossMiss

#RedCross Encourages Mississippians to Prepare for Possible Severe Weather. For safety tips visit [link to ow.ly]
TTX8K82

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02/20/2013 07:37 PM
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It snowed here in Phoenix today.
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02/20/2013 07:39 PM

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Arkansas..Heads up!

Justin Lewis ‏@JustinLewisKATV
Entergy already sending this to customers: "Prepare for extended outages from potential severe weather."
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02/20/2013 07:44 PM
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I guess so, it's snowing here in Scottsdale Arizona now.

[link to rd47blog.blogspot.com] pics

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It snowed here in Phoenix today.
 Quoting: TTX8K82


Yep...snow is Arizona is certainly news worthy. I bet the desert looks pretty!
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A storm system capable of producing strong winds, moderate to severe thunderstorms, hail, heavy rainfall and isolated tornadoes is expected to make its way into East Texas by midday tomorrow.

KETK Meteorologist Scott Chesner predicts the greatest potential for damaging storms will be in deep East Texas around Lufkin, Nacogdoches, Center, San Augustine and Hemphill.

“We’re (Longview and Tyler) going to get some good heavy rain and some thundering and lightning, but deep East Texas is not out of the woods for severe weather,” he said.

Chesner said the threat for tornadic activity tomorrow will extend from deep East Texas into eastern Louisiana.

“We cannot rule out an isolated tornado or two,” he said.

[link to www.news-journal.com]
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02/20/2013 07:52 PM
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ISSUED 1104 AM CST WED FEB 20 2013/

CORRECTED FOR NDFD GRID

MORNING WATER VAPOR LOOPS SHOW A POWERFUL AND PROGRESSIVE UPPER LOW
OVER SOUTHERN CA...WITH A 90-110 KT MID LEVEL JET NOSING INTO THE
SOUTHWEST STATES. THIS SYSTEM WILL ROTATE ACROSS AZ/NM TONIGHT AND
INTO THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS BY MORNING. SOUTHERLY LOW LEVEL WINDS
AHEAD OF THE SYSTEM OVER THE PLAINS WILL RESULT IN SIGNIFICANT
WARM/MOIST ADVECTION ACROSS PARTS OF TX/OK. HOWEVER...LIMITED DEEP
LIFT AND A CAPPING INVERSION WILL LIKELY SUPPRESS SUBSTANTIAL
CONVECTION UNTIL AFTER DARK.

LATER TONIGHT...THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO INTENSIFY OVER WEST TX
AS THE UPPER SYSTEM APPROACHES. THESE STORMS WILL LIKELY SPREAD
EASTWARD ACROSS WESTERN NORTH TX AND SOUTHWEST OK WHERE FORECAST
SOUNDINGS SHOW SUFFICIENT ELEVATED CAPE FOR ROBUST UPDRAFTS.
VERTICAL SHEAR THROUGH THE CLOUD-BEARING LAYER AND STEEPENING LAPSE
RATES WILL PROMOTE A RISK OF HAIL IN THE STRONGER STORMS OVERNIGHT.

LARGE SCALE FORCING WILL WEAKEN WITH SOUTHERLY EXTENT OVER TX.
HOWEVER...THE SURFACE BOUNDARY WILL LIE ALONG AN AXIS ROUGHLY FROM
ABI TO SOUTH OF DAL BY THU MORNING. THE POTENTIAL FOR CONVECTIVE
DEVELOPMENT DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE PARTICULARLY HIGH ALONG/SOUTH OF
THIS AXIS...BUT SURFACE-BASED INSTABILITY AND LOW LEVEL SHEAR WOULD
PROVIDE A CONDITIONAL RISK OF DAMAGING WINDS OR A BRIEF TORNADO IF A
THUNDERSTORM CAN BECOME ESTABLISHED.


What the heck is a Brief Tornado? Just a little one?
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Yes i think Brief is a little tornado lol...that was funny cowgirl.

Great job covering all this...stay safehf
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Heads up Kansas!

BREAKING: Governor Declares State Of Emergency

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Kansas Governor Sam Brownback announced Wednesday that all state offices in the Executive Branch will be closed Thursday, February 21st in anticipation of inclement weather conditions. If a state office is already closed, it will remain closed.

"Every indication is that our state is going to receive a tremendous amount of snow in the next 24 hours. I want to urge Kansans to heed the winter weather warnings and avoid traveling tomorrow," Gov. Brownback said. "Our state agencies are ready to respond as needed to assist Kansans and counties who may need additional assistance."

[link to www.kake.com]
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Heads up Louisiana


Lafayette and all of Acadiana

Tonight still remains calm; however, be alert tomorrow as we have a strong possibility for severe weather. Storms will start out isolated during the morning hours ahead of the warm front. Storms become more numerous by the afternoon and early evening. Damaging winds, large hail, and even tornadoes are possible. Heavy rain still likely for Friday. We get a short break on Saturday, but more storms return on Sunday. -StormTracker33 Chief Meteorologist Jesse Gunkel
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Cowgirl, you've got mail.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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South/Central Louisiana here, will keep ya'll updated....hopefully!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1405576


Heads up...

MONROE, La. (KNOE 8 News) - The Entergy utility companies in Louisiana are monitoring the severe weather system that is forecasted to impact the state over the next 24 to 36 hours. Crews are on standby to restore any power outages that the storm may cause.

The National Weather Service has forecasted that a strong low-pressure system will affect Entergy's service territory on Wednesday and Thursday. The system is expected to affect southwestern and northern Louisiana beginning after midnight Wednesday and impact central and southeastern Louisiana on Thursday and Friday.

In Louisiana, the system is expected to bring thunderstorms, heavy rains and high winds, which could lead to power outages. Tornadoes are also possible in some areas.

[link to www.knoe.com]
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Thank you Luis

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