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Sean Toner

Sean Toner

Founder of Watching the Skies.

Gulf of Mexico low pressure may develop into new tropical system

A break-away peice of energy left over from Isaac may be the source of a new tropical system. Currently located in the extreme northern Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola, Florida, this low pressure center may drift southwestward for the next 24 hours. The NHC currently has this storm assigned a 40% risk of developing into [read more...]

North Texas highs in the low 80s, lows in the upper 50s this weekend!

Cooler temps still expected by this weekend, as the first autumn cold front of the season pushes through the eastern half of the country. Lets take a somewhat more detailed look into what we can expect as this cold front slides through. Above is the GFS model’s forecast for 4pm central time Friday September 7. [read more...]

Colder air on the way still, rain and storms possible Saturday

DFW: Weekend cold front still expected by computer models. I superimposed my own basic analysis of the model in the picture below. This is the GFS model’s forecast for 06z September 8th, which is 1am Central Time Saturday September 8. The upper level shortwave trough lags behind the surface cold front by a good 6 [read more...]

An end to summer is on the way!

DFW: Cooler temps expected this upcoming weekend will likely bring an end to summertime heat this year. A strong cold front is forecast to push through the entire region before or during Saturday September 8, bringing high temps in the upper 70s to 80, and lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s. This frontal [read more...]

June 24, 2012 Tornado in Pass-A-Grille Beach, FL

I’ll preface this blog post by saying this storm affected my mother personally. Her apartment which resides in Pass-A-Grille Beach took a direct hit and suffered some rather catastrophic damage. I visited her recently, and was even staying with her in this apartment during the April 3rd, 2012 tornado outbreak which affected the entire DFW [read more...]

April 30, 2012 Texas Panhandle Storm Chase

After two weeks of relatively inactive weather across the southern and central plains, finally an opportunity for another storm chase presented itself. April 30 had some promise for severe weather and I was anxious to do some travelling and chase in my favorite part of the country, the Texas panhandle!

April 14, 2012 'High Risk' Oklahoma & Kansas Storm Chase

Saturday April 14, the main event that the three of us were waiting for had finally arrived. A high risk day across the central plains, one that had already made the record books before it even began! The team was excited and we all thought and said to each other ‘if we don’t see a tornado today, we are doing something wrong!’.

April 13, 2012 Oklahoma Storm Chase

After the complete bust of a day we had chasing April 12, we were itching to get into some storm action. Fortunately we had some better luck on April 13th in what one may argue as the the very heart of tornado alley, the Oklahoma City/Norman metro area.

April 12, 2012 Southwest Kansas Storm Chase

Not every storm chase is an adrenaline pumping non-stop thrill ride of danger. While some storm chases yield some amazing weather early in the day when the chase first begun, others are a complete bust of epic proportions. Sadly April 12 was the latter, having not intercepted even the slightest rumble of thunder. GPS track of the [read more...]

Commentary about the April 3rd 2012 north Texas tornado outbreak

During the tornado outbreak across north Texas including my home in D/FW, I was back in Tampa Bay, Florida for a vacation visiting family and friends. For days prior to the event I saw some potential for severe thunderstorm development. On the synoptic scale there were no favorable low level winds, hodographs and helicity values [read more...]

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