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Rank: Tornado
19 years old
South Central Minnesota
Born Nov-16-1997
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Strongest winds: 84 mph
Largest hail: 1''
Tornadoes: 1
Highest temperature: 102F
Highest dew point: 82F
Highest heat index: 125F
Coldest temperature: -26F
Coldest wind chill: -43F
Most snow: 18''
Most rain: 5.5''

[b]2016-2017 Winter[/b]

[color="#FF00FF"]Winter Storm Warnings: 3
[color="#FF0000"]Blizzard Warnings: 1
[color="#4B0082"]Windchill Warnings: 1
Largest snowfall: 11.5''

Seasonal snowfall: 24''

[color="#0000FF"]Coldest temperature: -26F
[color="#00BFFF"]Coldest windchill: -40F[/color]

[color="#FF0000"]Tornado Watches: 1[/color]
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19 Jun 2017
Looks like another active week in the middle of the country.

8 Jun 2017

Large-scale pattern may become more favorable for organized severe
thunderstorms early next week, especially across portions of the
northern, and perhaps central, Plains.

Medium-range guidance is in fairly good agreement during the day4-5
time frame with diverging solutions in respect to large-scale
features and timing beyond Monday. In the wake of a strong mid-level
speed max Sunday, heights are forecast to rise across the upper MS
Valley and upper Great Lakes region. While significant buoyancy may
linger near a stalled frontal zone across this region, rising
heights are a bit troubling regarding the potential for organized
severe storms. Even so, low-level warm advection into this corridor
should aid the potential for robust thunderstorms. Will not
introduce 15% severe probs due to the large-scale height rises but
isolated severe is certainly a possibility with warm advection-type
storms that evolve in the MN/WI vicinity.

By day5 a more significant large-scale trough will shift east into
the Great Basin as a strong 500mb speed max rounds the base of the
trough and ejects toward WY/CO. Strongly diffluent flow aloft across
the northern High Plains suggests favorable venting for significant
convection near the Black Hills into southeast MT. Scattered severe
thunderstorms appear possible across this region Monday.

Beyond day5, an ejecting short-wave trough should advance into the
northern/central plains which could induce severe convection across
this region. However, models begin to diverge in their solutions by
mid week and predictability is a bit too low to warrant 15% severe
probs in the day6-8 time frame.
12 Jul 2012
There is a slight risk for severe storms today and tomorrow across the Midwest and plains.

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6 Jun 2012
I was on here this morning when all of a sudden the posts are not visible. I have to click the post to see it. Can anyone help me out with fixing this?

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