Intellicast Weather Map 12/05/13

Intellicast Weather Map 12/05/13

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Weather Radar - Intellicast

Weather Radar - Intellicast

Noticed some nice Nexrad readings and just wanted to share. We had some nice Chem-Trails over us today. I'm in Eastern Montana. I know that they are pushing mositure over us and down south.

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Hurricane Season 2018 + U.S Weather Outlook - May 3, 2018

Hurricane Season 2018 + U.S Weather Outlook - May 3, 2018

After a long 4 Days of Severe weather Across the Central Plains with Many Tornadoes, and Large Hail reports, Friday looks to be much quieter with a General to Marginal Risk for Severe Weather tomorrow, Quarter Size Hail, and Damaging winds look to be the main threat tomorrow with a Isolated EF-1 tornado being a 5% chance. For the weekend looks to be very quiet with a General Risk of Thunderstorms. But as we focus on the Desert Southwest this weekend. Strong High Amplitude Ridging will build over the region, increasing Daytime highs 10 to 20 degrees above average for this Time of year. Phoenix looks to Tie records on Sunday with Daytime highs expected to reach around 104 degrees, Palm Springs 107 degrees, and Las Vegas, 99 degrees. So make sure you bring out those Shorts, and Tank Tops because there's Excessive Heat Watches issued at this time. The Hurricane Outlook looks also to be quiet as the Saharan Air Layer (SAL) will strengthen just a bit as High pressure at the surface strengthens. However i'm keeping an eye on a minor tropical wave over the Caribbean that may grow some interest by the 1st half of next week. For Latest Weather Forecast, Updates, and Alerts. Please Consider on Subscribing, Dropping a Like, and Leaving a Comment. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Visit & Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5C6mWbtCuLL9OP0iPC9J3w Visit & Friend me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/david.schlotthauer.77 Visit my Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/Weathermandavid Visit Intellicast: http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx

Severe Weather Outbreak including Large Tornadoes

Severe Weather Outbreak including Large Tornadoes

Severe Weather is expected to develop once again tomorrow across Omaha Nebraska, and West of Wichita with a Enhanced risk for Severe Weather. The biggest impacts will be Damaging winds of 60 to 80 mph wind gusts with some storms, Golf Ball to Baseball size Hail, and EF-2 to EF-4 strength Tornadoes. Wednesday looks to be the worst Day of Severe weather with a chance of the Climate Prediction Center Upgrading to Moderate risk witch means Baseball size Hail, Very Heavy Rain, Damaging winds near 65 to 85 mph with some storms, and Large Damaging Wedge tornadoes up to EF-5 scale. The Reason being for this Moderate risk for Severe weather is a Dryline will intersect a Cold front and Stationary front, So called a triple point. This triple point will be moving to the ESE increasing the highest ground Zero for the highest Tornado count. This is expected to be the biggest Severe weather outbreak so far this spring, and depending on the size and number of tornadoes, this may end up being the biggest outbreak in 2 years. Severe Weather with the threat of Tornadoes lingers through Thursday but it's hard to say how severe Thursday will look, depending on Wednesday's severe outbreak. For more Please Subscribe, Like, and Comment. Join me like at 5:45 pm PDT tonight ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Visit & Subscribe to my YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5C6mWbtCuLL9OP0iPC9J3w Visit my Facebook for Live Coverage: https://www.facebook.com/david.schlotthauer.77 Visit my Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/Weathermandavid Visit Intellicast: http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx Visit WSV3, a Professional Weather forecasting Software program: http://wsv3.com/release.php

Strange Weather Radar Maps over North America!

Strange Weather Radar Maps over North America!

What do you call a hurricane over land? I call it a Landocane! I don't think Landocane is a word, however take a look at this weather pattern over North American the last few days and see if it does not look like a hurricane! Links below: http://www.weather.gov/sat_loop.php?image=ir&hours=24 http://kamala.cod.edu/svr/ http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/data/east/animation/goeseastwv.html http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMapFull.aspx

Severe Weather likely by Friday + U.S Weather outlook

Severe Weather likely by Friday + U.S Weather outlook

A Upper level Low moving out of the West will enter the Southern Plains by Friday morning. This upper level low will bring Moderate levels of instability which will help provide vertical thunderstorm development beginning Friday morning across the Border of Texas & New Mexico. However there does look to be Low levels of Tropical moisture for Friday's thunderstorm development. The main impacts look to be damaging 60 mph winds, Quarter sized Hail, and Dangerous Cloud to ground Lightning, The tornado threat looks to be rather Low only for Friday. But on Saturday Dew points look to increase to the upper 50's to Lower 60's for Louisiana, Southern Texas, and Arkansas and therefore there's going to be a Slight risk for Severe weather that may include a EF-1 or EF-2 tornado threat as moisture will increase with instability. But all eyes are on deck for a much more significant Severe weather outbreak for Thursday afternoon through Saturday next week that may include a much higher threat for Tornadoes but it's too far out to tell rather or not will the atmosphere come together for a Enhanced to Moderate risk for severe weather. Only time can tell at this point for next week's outbreak should it really develop, we'll have to wait and see. When it comes to the Western weather though. High pressure looks to build in starting Friday which will increase temperatures this weekend into the Mid 70's to Low 80's then will peak in the Low 80's to Mid 80's by Monday. Cool weather looks to return starting Tuesday next week as a Upper level low drop down across the High desert increasing a onshore breeze. For more Weather Updates for the Entire U.S Please consider on Subscribing. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I Recommend on Visiting my Youtube Channel & Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5C6mWbtCuLL9OP0iPC9J3w Visit my Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/david.schlotthauer.77 Visit my Twitter: https://twitter.com/Weathermandavid Visit my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidschlotthauer/ Tropical Tidbits: https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/ Intellicast: http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx WSV3 - Professional PC Weather Forecasting/Tracking Software http://wsv3.com/release.php

Severe weather + Hurricane Season Update #4

Severe weather + Hurricane Season Update #4

While the Gulf of Mexico and the Tropical Atlantic is rather very quiet. The GFS Models continue to Show a Developing Tropical wave that could develop into Tropical Storm Alberto. It very hard still to say on where it will actually develop and when it will, The only tool we can use is the GFS weather models this far out. But latest model projections show that it could clip Miami Florida on Friday May 25, 2018 whitch Florida does not have time to deal with more hurricanes this upcoming Hurricane season. Upper level winds do look somewhat favorable for development as there maybe 20 kt wind shear at 30,000 feet which may help suppress the development stage. But nonetheless we are less than a month out from the Atlantic Hurricane season which officially starts on June 1, 2018. Severe weather looks to Fire up each afternoon across Western Texas, Western Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska. it's all part of the early stages of the Southwestern Monsoon season which allows Thunderstorms to develop each afternoon from Daytime heating. The Next 3 days to future a Marginal to Slight Risk of Severe weather, Tomorrow however looks to be a Enhanced risk for Severe weather across Washington D.C, Maryland, and Southern Pennsylvania. The Severe impacts look to include Large hail the size of Golf Balls, Damaging 60 mph winds, Heavy Rain, and Isolated Tornadoes. For Latest Detailed, Weather Updates. Please Don't forget to Click that Subscribe button, Like, and Comment. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please Subscribe & Visit my Youtube Channel Page: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5C6mWbtCuLL9OP0iPC9J3w Visit my Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/david.schlotthauer.77 Visit my Twitter Page: https://twitter.com/Weathermandavid Visit Tropical Tidbits: https://www.tropicaltidbits.com/ Visit Intellicast: http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx Visit COD Meteorology Satellite: http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/ Visit COD Weather Models: http://weather.cod.edu/forecast/ Saharan Air Layer (SAL) http://tropic.ssec.wisc.edu/real-time/salmain.php?&prod=splitEW&time Physical Oceanography Division: http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/phod/cyclone/data/at.html

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