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Pinellas County FL

October 25, 1921 marks an anniversary of the last major hurricane to directly impact Pinellas County, FL. This storm inundated the barrier islands with storm surge creating several passes including Johns Pass between Treasure Island and Madeira beach. Below is an excerpt from Bay News 9  regarding this storm: Link directly to Article By Bay [read more...]

Several reports of waterspouts have been submitted to the National Weather Service in Ruskin today, including one in Old Tampa Bay. The waterspout in Old Tampa Bay is the storm that prompted the tornado warning earlier, no damage has been reported at this time. I have included some pictures of today’s waterspouts, courtesy of Bay [read more...]

Tornado causes extensive damage east of Sarasota!

So it turns out the storm that kicked off a microburst in Pinellas Park, spun up some pretty strong low level rotation over downtown St Pete then moved south, actually produced an eF-1 Tornado just east of Sarasota! The NWS recently conducted a damage survey of a plant farm with several metal buildings and dozens [read more...]

The National Weather Service has conducted a damage survey to the multiple mobile homes who lost their roofs in Pinellas Park and concluded this was microburst damage. Straight-line winds around 60mph from the northwest to the southeast occurred near 62nd Ave N and I-275 overnight June 23 just after 11pm. Below is a brief damage [read more...]

Looks like storms overnight actually did produce some damage in Pinellas County, including twelve mobile homes with major roof damage in Pinellas Park. Below is a brief list of damage and wind reports from the National Weather Service 11:20 – KPIE (Pinellas County) – St. Pete/Clearwater Intl Airport recorded a 53mph wind gust. 11:25 – [read more...]

Strong nighttime storm impacts Pinellas County

A strong cluster of storms developed along a southward moving outflow boundary late Tuesday evening through Pinellas County. These storms collided with a weaker westward moving boundary from earlier storms over the Feather Sound area kicking up gusty winds and very heavy rainfall. A storm spotter in North East St. Petersburg reported 1.5 inches of [read more...]

Looks like the SPC in Norman Oklahoma has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for a majority of the Florida peninsula. This will be mainly due to large hail and damaging straight line winds. Tornado threat is low, but still possible in areas with multiple strong boundary collisions . Mid-level lapse rates are very steep which [read more...]

Looks like the chase days for the rest of my vacation are numbered. Low pressure system camping out in the Gulf is moving ashore Saturday, killing any chances of wide spread organized severe weather through Tuesday. To top it off, it will be rain showers and general thunderstorms all Memorial Day weekend, so sight seeing [read more...]

Tornado moving offshore at Clearwater Beach

This storm still looks capable of producing a tornado, is moving offshore and over Clearwater beach. It started near Largo, moved through Bellair, into Clearwater then currently is over Clearwater beach. Below is radar snap of the storm at 12:42pm EDT. You can see the storm has a hook echo on the standard reflectivity (left) [read more...]

This covers areas near Largo and Clearwater.  4 miles west of the St. Pete/Clearwater Airport. The National Weather Service in Ruskin has issued a * Tornado Warning for… northern Pinellas County in Florida. * Until 100 PM EDT * at 1235 PM EDT…National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated a tornado near largo…moving northwest at 15 [read more...]

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