Yeeehaw!
Posted by tim in Crazy Weather on March 12, 2006

A VOLATILE SITUATION IS EXPECTED TO UNFOLD OVER EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE CENTRAL PLAINS AND MUCH OF THE LOWER MISSOURI...MID MISSISSIPPI AND OHIO RIVER VALLEYS TODAY AND TONIGHT. A VERY STRONG UPPER LEVEL STORM SYSTEM AND ASSOCIATED JET MAX WILL QUICKLY OVERSPREAD AN UNSEASONABLY WARM AND MOIST SURFACE AIR MASS THIS AFTERNOON. WE EXPECT THAT SEVERAL AREAS OF SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER WILL DEVELOP DURING THE PERIOD. THE MOST SIGNIFICANT OF WHICH MAY OCCUR OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF MISSOURI/FAR SOUTHERN IOWA INTO WEST CENTRAL ILLINOIS AHEAD OF A STRENGTHENING LOW PRESSURE CENTER AND ITS ACCOMPANYING WARM FRONT. THIS ACTIVITY IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP DURING THE EARLY TO MID AFTERNOON AND RACE EAST-NORTHEASTWARDS THROUGH THE EVENING IN THE FORM OF TORNADIC SUPERCELLS...MANY OF WHICH COULD BECOME QUITE STRONG AND LONG-LIVED. OTHER POTENTIALLY TORNADIC SUPERCELLS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP LATE TODAY AND THIS EVENING ALONG A DRY LINE EXTENDING INTO FAR EASTERN OKLAHOMA AND NORTHEASTERN TEXAS. THESE WILL SPREAD A THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER...INCLUDING DAMAGING TORNADOES...ACROSS ARKANSAS INTO THE MID SOUTH/LOWER OHIO RIVER VALLEY THROUGH THE NIGHT.

Bye for now. Hopefully I'll have some cool stuff to report later. :)

 
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