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Oct 292009
Quick weather update

Yesterday late afternoon the weather service noted that the squall line’s arrival would be delayed since winds backing it would end up becoming parallel with the line and thus slowing it down. So far that line has slowed way down and its eastward progression is only 10 knots or so. At that pace, the line [read more...]

Severe weather and flash flooding possible Thursday

Heavy rains and Severe Thunderstorms are probable during the afternoon and evening hours of Thursday. The entire region is still under a Flash Flood Watch with around 2.5 inches of rain forecast the next 36 hours. Additionally the SPC in Oklahoma has our area under a ‘Slight’ severe storm risk with the main risk being [read more...]

The SPC in Oklahoma has gone ahead and issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for our area, expiring at 11pm local time. Today’s threats have changed and has become mainly a hail and wind threat, while the tornado threat is now reduced to near-zero. Severe storms have developed over south central Oklahoma dumping severe-sized hail (larger [read more...]

Cold front moving through north Texas

The strong cold front has moved through a portion of North Texas by sunrise and brought cooler temperatures with it. Current forecasts call for lows in the mid 50s, highs in the low 70s today. Some storm damage occurred overnight as the strongest storms passed through and south of Fort Worth. There were reports of [read more...]

Severe Thunderstorm Watch for DFW Metroplex

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the entire DFW Metroplex including Frisco until 11pm. Looks like the timing on this storm system has been pushed forward a bit and I am thinking of an ETA around maybe 10pm approximately? Watch details below… URGENT – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH NUMBER 743 NWS [read more...]

Severe Thunderstorm Watch for DFW Metroplex

Looks like the SPC decided to go ahead and issue a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for our area. The primary risk will be strong to severe winds with the stronger cells as downdrafts are favorable today. Severe hail is also possible with several storms showing radar indicated 2 inch hail at this time (hail is marked [read more...]

Strong storms may impact Frisco soon...

Looks like some strong storms have developed over Tarrant county and are pushing to the northeast twards Frisco. These storms are preceded by a strong outflow boundary that may produce some very strong winds. Below is a significant weather advisory and radar snap of the storm. These storms are not severe warned at this time. [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...]

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