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Month: March 2017

Weather Discussion for 03/21/2017

Weather Discussion for 03/21/2017

On social media (i.e. “Weather Twitter”), there has been a lot of discussion this morning regarding several potential upcoming severe episodes. Today, rather than my usual style blog post, I was going to take a look at a few of these upcoming potential setups. Before we proceed: this is a medium to long range forecast. Take this with a tiny grain of salt. All usual forecast disclaimers and “this is my own personal opinion” disclaimers apply now as they always…

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Weather Discussion for 03/20/2017

Weather Discussion for 03/20/2017

Analysis: Upper-air charts show a stout ridge in place over the South-Central United States this morning, which should keep our weather dry for the next few days. At the surface, a weak surface low is noted near Wichita, KS, with a dryline extending southwest across western Oklahoma and into the Texas Panhandle. Temperatures are in the mid to upper 60s east of the dryline, with temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s behind the dryline. These cooler temperatures are…

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