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This is a Beautiful Radar View

Rain and snow are falling over the massive wildfires in the Texas Panhandle (and Northwest Oklahoma) this morning!  After over 1 million total acres burnt over the past week, this is going to give firefighters a massive leg up on…

Yesterday’s Storm Reports

Yesterday’s storm event brought (as of this writing) 10 confirmed tornadoes across the Midwest in a wildly off-calendar event. Tornadoes occurred in and just outside of the Chicago metro area, with initial supercells and a QLCS-like storm evolution into the…

Over Half a Million Acres Burned

You can clearly see the burn scar from the last two days in the Panhandle with current hotspots also visible in darker shades in the image above. It looks like almost all of Roberts and Hemphill counties are covered by…

In Terms of Weather Days, This One Was Wild

I don’t even know where to begin with today. It was something else. First off, there were a handful of tornadoes on the outskirts of the Chicago metro area today. In February. In Illinois. Near Chicago. https://twitter.com/ClapOnClapOff88/status/1762704422843367770 And to top…

Historic Fire Storm in NW OK to the Texas Panhandle

A megafire complex is burning over the open Plains in the NE Texas Panhandle currently, with 200,000 acres burnt as of this writing. Strong winds, hot temperatures, and dry conditions are fueling the rapid spread of fires, many of which…

All Eyes on Illinois Today…

We talked about today’s setup last night in our newsletter. But looking at the risk today, it does appear very isolated storm development is possible ahead of a surface low and dryline today across Illinois and Indiana just prior to…

This Is A Weather Mood Swing

Folks, I hope you enjoy summer and winter in a 48 hour span because *points at image*. Record heat to start the week will give way to a strong cold front and some cold wind chills Wednesday morning. This will…