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Tornadoes Severe weather threat returns to the Plains!
« on: 12 July 2010, 12:00:34 PM »
Severe weather threat returns to the Plains!

Thunderstorms capable of all modes of severe weather are possible over the  next several days, from the Dakotas to the mid-Mississippi Valley to the  southern Plains. Today the main threat appears to be supercells that may later  congeal into an MCS over southern South Dakota into northeast Nebraska. There  will also be a limited tornado threat as long as storms can remain discrete. The  severe weather potential will shift south and east over the next two days before the atmosphere  will re-charge over the northern Plains for what could be another outbreak (reminiscent of June 16-17?) over  the northern Plains and upper Mississippi Valley region mid-week. Forecast models are suggesting an  environment supportive of intense thunderstorms will exist across southern MN  into Wisconsin on Wednesday the 14th; storm chasers will be watching this system  closely, as there is definitely a lot of wind energy and instability, so this  could be another big severe weather day for these areas. There will likely be  multiple chasers streaming live over the next several days, so as always, you're  invited to follow along on the Live page to see what's happening across the  Plains!!
« Last Edit: 12 July 2010, 01:01:41 PM by Michael Bath »