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Severe Weather Incoming in the Northern U.S.

It’s hard to imagine a more traditional summertime pattern than the one setting up over the next week with a strong ridge of high pressure dominating the southern and central Plains. Over the top of that ridge will be some meaningful jet stream energy, which will lead to the chance of severe weather through much…

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Severe Weather Still on the Menu!

First off, it should come as no surprise that we will have sporadic chances of severe weather, including supercells and tornadoes, over the next few months on the Plains. That’s a pretty normal thing. As such, we’re watching our first interesting summer setup taking shape tomorrow across Kansas:SPC day two tornado outlook valid for 6/23.Tomorrow’s…

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And Quickly, Now Comes Summer

As promised, the pattern was busy the last couple of days of May into this first week of June. We should see a few more days of busy severe weather action this week before the annual summertime ridge of high pressure builds in, signaling the end of the Spring storm season. The Euro ensemble showing…

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We're Exiting a Quiet May Into a More Active June

If there is one way to describe May so far, it’d be in like a lion (May 2 and 4 were very active), hibernating like a bear in the middle, and perhaps storming out like an elephant (this weekend).One of the chief reasons we’ve had a quiet middle part of the month has been repeated…

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Are we about to enter an active pattern?

We talked about it in our last newsletter, but we might finally be getting that potential flow + moisture link-up we’ve been waiting for in late May. Right now it appears that we’ll see this come in two phases.Early Next WeekAfter the front moving through the Southern Plains today clears out and moisture returns north,…

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