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Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 00:11:58


Viking1007 
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Hey y'all.

I'm am very interested in meteorology, for those who didn't know. I plan to study to become a meteorologist.

This thread, as the title clearly says, will be where I will post weather/meteorology updates and news.

Anyone who is interested in the subject or just wants to learn more, feel free to post anything (subject related) in here. (Questions, discussion, updates, etc)

Starting tomorrow, I will post daily updates in here! Enjoy!
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 00:50:40


Liechtensteiner 
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Are you going to do the weather of the whole world or just pick a region and do that?
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 15:52:51


OvertForeigner
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Aura Guardian is studying meteorology too
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 19:05:00


Shredtail2 
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I find meteorology fascinating, more specifically tropical cyclones. I've been tracking and learning about them since I was like 5 or 6, and following everything about them is still a big hobby of mine, even though I'm not studying meteorology. I'm definitely willing to talk with you about all things meteorology tho, if you need someone.
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 21:49:40


Viking1007 
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Aura Guardian is studying meteorology too

Yeah, I know that.

I find meteorology fascinating, more specifically tropical cyclones. I've been tracking and learning about them since I was like 5 or 6, and following everything about them is still a big hobby of mine, even though I'm not studying meteorology. I'm definitely willing to talk with you about all things meteorology tho, if you need someone.

Awesome! I'm just starting to track Tropical Cyclones, actually! A few days ago, I learned how to read a model sounding... (the picture below)

Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 23:08:55


Aura Guardian 
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I could probably count on one hand how many people on this site can read that, Viking.
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/8/2020 23:51:53


Rikku
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Is it going to rain tommorow
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/9/2020 01:00:27


Viking1007 
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On Tuesday, in the UK, as far as I know, there is a possibility of scattered showers throughout the day.

Don't blame me if this is incorrect, bcuz this is all based off of models.

Scotland will get the brunt of the rainfall tomorrow, until the evening and overnight when the system shifts south.

Edited 6/9/2020 01:02:29
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/9/2020 01:02:50


Viking1007 
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As Tropical Depression Christobal tracks north.... The post-Tropical Cyclone will bring with it heavy rain and gusty winds. Brief spin-up tornadoes are possible as well, although the main threat remains flooding from heavy rains.





THERE IS A SLIGHT RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS PORTIONS OF
THE MIDWEST AND VICINITY...AND ACROSS PARTS OF SOUTHEAST
NEBRASKA/NORTHEAST KANSAS...

...SUMMARY...
Scattered strong to severe storms are expected Tuesday over parts of
the Missouri, mid Mississppi and Ohio Valleys and into the Upper
Great Lakes region, with a few tornadoes possible in addition to
localized wind damage. Hail is possible as well over parts of
Nebraska and Kansas.

...Synopsis...
Remnants of Cristobal are forecast to shift northeastward across the
mid Mississippi Valley vicinity toward the Upper Great Lakes through
the day Tuesday, ahead of an upper trough moving out of the Rockies
into the central U.S. through the period.

While Cristobal -- initially progged to be centered over the Ozarks
at the start of the period -- shifts northward with time, a cold
front is forecast to surge eastward/southeastward across the Plains.
By the end of the period, with remnants of Cristobal now deepening
as a synoptic low over the Upper Great Lakes, a trailing cold front
will likely have surged to a position from the low
south-southwestward across the mid Mississippi Valley to the Texas
Gulf Coast.

...Mid MS/mid and lower OH/TN Valleys to the Upper Great Lakes...
A large area of precipitation associated with Cristobal is expected
to reside across the Ozarks and mid MS/TN/lower OH valleys early in
the period, and will spread northward across the Midwest into the
Upper Great Lakes region through the end of the period. A very
moist low-level airmass, and backed low-level flow in the northeast
quadrant of the low, will result in a large/broad area of at least
low-end wind and tornado potential through the period.

At this time, it appears that a diurnal uptick in risk should occur
through the morning and into the afternoon as storms spread across
the mid MS and TN valleys into the IL/IN area. Weak lapse rates,
but very modest heating should combine with the strong veering with
height within the background wind field to support a relative
increase in overall severe-weather probability through the afternoon
and into the evening hours. At least some risk will likely linger
through the end of the period, as convection spreads across the
Upper Great Lakes region.

...Southeast Nebraska/northeast Kansas vicinity...
Afternoon heating within the warm sector of a surface low over the
eastern Kansas vicinity -- associated with an upper low moving
eastward out of the Rockies -- is expected to yield moderate
afternoon destabilization across parts of eastern Kansas/eastern
Nebraska. Scattered storms are expected to develop as a result,
with supercell potential evident given favorably veering/increasing
flow with height. Large hail and damaging winds will be possible,
along with potential for a tornado or two. Storms should diminish
during the evening, as diurnal stabilization commences

**All credits go to SPC**

Edited 6/9/2020 01:06:50
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/9/2020 01:14:52


Viking1007 
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Over the next week, wet snow is possible in high Rocky Mountains. Showers and thunderstorms remain the sorry in the East-Northeast coast. Christobal tracks northward toward Canada... Severe weather, today, is prominent in the high Northern Plains. For the next few days, the severe weather threat will shift from the Midwest to Northeast, bringing with it the possibility of strong winds and hail. If a QLCS event (squall line) , damaging winds (with a bow-echo) will be very possible; hail still being possible. If a scattered severe event (on radar looks like little storms popping up) , supercells, hail, and brief tornadoes will be the primary threat(s).




What to expect from my reports: This is just an introduction. Expect more detailed and informative reports in the days to come.

Types of weather I will include: Tropical, Mesocale, Severe, Winter, Fire, and more! Stay tuned!
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 6/9/2020 20:24:31


OvertForeigner
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What do you have for southern Quebec
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/3/2020 03:16:59


OvertForeigner
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Bump - Viking did u forget your thread?
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/3/2020 09:16:37


DrowningManatee 
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In NW Ireland, we had absolutely mental thunderstorms 2 weeks ago. Id say about 40 cases of sheet lightning, and 4 cases of fork, inside an hr. One came done right outside the house - I heard a ripping sound, then 2 really loud bangs. I couldnt see where it struck exactly, and cant explain the 3 seperate noises, but it was thrilling. I, and noone else, has ever seen this before here. Just heard that 2 houses got burnt in the village by it (i'm in a sparse valley). I could hear the rumble coming for 2 hrs, before the lightning began in earnest.
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/3/2020 15:01:44


THE TungstenTrex
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On the east coast we had one and half weeks of thunderstorms. Sometimes we had three in one day, and the winds were terrible. Today we're supposed to have record breaking heat. No surprise there.
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/3/2020 16:14:46


OvertForeigner
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weather's been nice here
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/11/2020 12:23:00


Viking1007 
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Sorry for the lack of activity!

Im back now.

So.... Tropical Storm Fay hit New Jersey and New York. It didnt cause much damage at all, since it was a weak little thing.

Meanwhile, today has a Slight chance of severe weather issued by SPC.
Could it be upgraded to a ENH risk, idk!




Moving on, a drought is starting to overtake the West! Here is a picture of how bad it is getting.
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Over the last week, a EF4 tornado formed in Minnesota. Russia had a huge severe weather outbreak. The USA is miserable with all the heat and is way above average in temperatures.

Edited 7/11/2020 12:23:13
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/18/2020 03:49:05

Nate
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Hello!

I'm an Amish man, so I get my weather the old fashioned way: from the sky!

Hee haw! I'm only kidding.

Today, it hasn't rained for two weeks now. Hope it does soon. I'm roundabouts up north some.

Hope this helps!

Manford
~A son of God~
Weather Thread - Updates and more!: 7/19/2020 18:40:06

{N.W.} Hi
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There’s a chance of weather
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