Author Topic: Tornadoes Severe weather season continues on the northern Plains!  (Read 2194 times)

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Severe weather season continues on the northern Plains!

A fairly active severe weather pattern appears to be shaping up for the end of  June and early July across the northern Plains of Montana, the Dakotas as well  as across the Canadian border in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, Canada.  Supercells capable of tornadoes will be possible today (June 29) over extreme  northern Montana into Alberta and Saskatchewan as a large trough digs into the  northern Rockies, while a surface low is anticipated to take shape right on the  MT/AB/SK border. Moderate to high instability should be able to build over this  area tomorrow afternoon, with surface dewpoints possibly reaching into the mid  to upper 60s well into northern SK by 00z tomorrow!  Severe thunderstorms should  be expected over an area from Great Falls, MT to Edmonton, AB to Saskatoon, SK,  with the best tornado potential appearing right along the AB-SK border late  tomorrow evening. On Wednesday the threat will shift east into the Dakotas and  Manitoba. We're also keeping an eye on the tropics, as Alex makes its way toward  the Texas Gulf Coast; a number of live streamers will be active, so be sure to  follow them on the Live page!
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