Wednesday, October 1st Weather Outlook

30 09 2008

Wednesday’s Weather Outlook; Great Lakes/Northeast/Southeast System

9:15PM

On Monday, a system will continue to slowly move east through the Great Lakes and Northeast. Scattered showers and storms will develop during the day on Wednesday, in portions of the Great Lakes and Northeast. In the Afternoon, in the Southeast, SB CAPE will get up to around 2500, ML CAPE around 1500, LI’s of -7, and Effective Bulk Shear of up to 35-50KT. This along with a syste in the area, will help severe storms develop, with the main threats bring hail and damaging winds. This system will also continue to bring cool temperatures the the region, as a northwest flow continues. There will also be a few showers and storms in the West. Below is my severe weather outlook for Wednesday.





Tuesday, September 30th Weather Outlook

29 09 2008

Tuesday’s Weather Outlook; Great Lakes/Northeast/Southeast System

9:15PM

On Tuesday, a system will continue to push east through the Great Lakes and into the northeast. Showers and storms will be onging in the Morning across portions of Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. These showers and storms will continue through the day, as they move east. In the Afternoon, in the Southeast, SB CAPE and ML CAPe will get up around 1500, and LI’s of -6. This along with a storm system in the area will cause some storms to become severe with the main threats being hail and damaging winds. In the West, Afternoon showers and storms will be possible. Below is my severe weather outlook for Tuesday.





Monday, September 29th Weather Outlook

28 09 2008

Monday’s Weather Outlook; Midwest/Great Lakes System

9:45PM

On Monday, a system will continue to puch into the Midwest and Great Lakes. Showers and storms will be ongoing in the Morning across portions of Minnesota, Iowa, and Wisconsin.  A new round of showers and storms will develop from Wisconsin into Illinois, in the Afternoon. With limite instibility, a few storms may become severe, with the main threats being hail and damaging winds. Otherwise a few Afternoon showers and storms may be found in portions of the Southeast and West. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Monday.





Sunday, September 28th Weather Outlook

27 09 2008

Sunday’s Weather Outlook; East Coast System/Hurricane Kyle, Plains System

10:15PM

On Sunday, a new system will enter the Plains, While a system continues to affect the Northeast, and Hurricane Kyle continues to move north just off the East Coast. In the Plains, SB CAPE and ML CAPE will get up around 1500, LI’s of -6, and Effective Bulk Shear of up to 25-40KT. This along with a system moving through will help storms develop, some will be severe. The main threats will be hail and damaging winds. In the Northeast, a system will continue to work through, bringing showers, storms, and windy conditions. Hurricane Kyle will also be moving north, just off the East Coast, bringing increased wave heights and windy conditions along the coast. Below is my severe weather outlook for Sunday.





Saturday, September 27th Weather Outlook

26 09 2008

Saturday’s Weather Outlook; East Coast System, Upper Great Lakes System

10:30PM

On Saturday, a costal storm will continue to push further inland, as a system continues to move across the Northern Great Lakes. Showers and storms will be ongoing and continue through the day across portions of the Northeast and Southeast, as a costal storm moves further inland. Heavy rain and windy conditions can be expected. In the Upper Great Lakes, a system will continue to move through, with the risk of showers and storms. Below is my thunderstorm outlook for Saturday.





Friday, September 26th Weather Outlook

25 09 2008

Friday’s Weather Outlook; East Coast System, Midwest System

9:30PM

On Friday, a costal system will work inland across the East coast, while a new system develops in the Upper Midwest. Showers and storms will be ongoing, and continue through the day across the East Coast, as a costal storm works inland. Heavy rain and high winds can be expected. In the Upper Midwest, in the Afternoon, SB CAPE will be up around 2000, ML CAPE of around 1500, LI’s of -6, and Effective Bulk Shear of up to 45-60KT. Combined with a system moving through, storms will develop, some of which may become severe, with the main threats being hail and damaging winds. Below is my severe weather outlook for Friday.





Thursday, September 25th Weather Outlook

24 09 2008

Thursday’s Weather Outlook

9:30PM

On Thursday, a weak system will begin to slide southest into the Northern Plains and Midwest, while a costal storm begins to ride up the East Coast. Showers and storms may be ongoing in the Morning across portions of Nebraska, South Dakota, Iowa, and Minnesota.  These showers and storms may persist into the Evening. Along the East Coast, as a costal storm moves in, heavy rain and strong winds will be possible. Below is my weather outlook for Thursday.