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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 02:56 PM


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QUOTE(idecline @ Jul 20 2018, 03:35 PM) *
Rome, GA on 07/21/2018

Aberdeen, SD on 07/21/2018

Rothschild, WI on 07/22/2018

You got two cities for the same day. laugh.gif
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 02:40 PM


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Storms popped just east of Indianapolis. Appears to be the next batch to keep an eye on.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 02:21 PM


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Tornado warning SW of Ft. Wayne IN.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 01:48 PM


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Pretty good storm for non severe.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 01:45 PM


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Got some pretty good thunder and lightning now.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 01:43 PM


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Looks like some cells are starting to pop south of the line in N IN.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 12:42 PM


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Hail probs are 80% on both.

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URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Tornado Watch Number 289
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
135 PM EDT Fri Jul 20 2018

The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a

* Tornado Watch for portions of
Southern Indiana
Central Kentucky
Southwest Ohio

* Effective this Friday afternoon and evening from 135 PM until
900 PM EDT.

* Primary threats include...
A few tornadoes likely
Widespread large hail and scattered very large hail events to
2.5 inches in diameter likely
Widespread damaging wind gusts to 70 mph likely

SUMMARY...Multiple rounds of strong/severe thunderstorms are
expected to affect the watch area this afternoon and evening, posing
a risk of large hail, damaging winds, and isolated tornadoes.

The tornado watch area is approximately along and 70 statute miles
east and west of a line from 55 miles north northwest of Cincinnati
OH to 30 miles southeast of Bowling Green KY. For a complete
depiction of the watch see the associated watch outline update
(WOUS64 KWNS WOU9).

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for
tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch
area. Persons in these areas should be on the lookout for
threatening weather conditions and listen for later statements
and possible warnings.

&&

AVIATION...Tornadoes and a few severe thunderstorms with hail
surface and aloft to 2.5 inches. Extreme turbulence and surface wind
gusts to 60 knots. A few cumulonimbi with maximum tops to 500. Mean
storm motion vector 28030.

...Hart
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 12:39 PM


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ILN near term AFD updated about 2 hours ago and sounds like they don't think the cloud cover wll be much of an issue.

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Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Wilmington OH
1147 AM EDT Fri Jul 20 2018

.SYNOPSIS...
A warm front will move north into the region today, as a area of low
pressure develops and moves into the southern Great Lakes. This low
will remain in place through the next several days, bringing chances
of showers and thunderstorms. An upper-level trough will remain in
place going into next week, with temperatures remaining slightly
below normal.

&&

.NEAR TERM /UNTIL 6 PM THIS EVENING/...
Gearing up for the potential for severe storms in multiple
rounds this afternoon and evening. Persistent storms over KILN
during morning balloon launch time prevented a 12z sounding, but
expect additional sounding to be launched as close to 17z as
possible, avoiding any existing storms.

Complicated forecast through the afternoon, with multiple rounds
of storms. For the most part storms currently pushing through
the area will be benign as they are mainly elevated in nature,
but a stronger storm with small hail and wind gusts to 40mph and
small hail can`t be ruled out.

After a late morning/early afternoon lull, increasing
instability with MU CAPE approaching 2500 to even 400 j/Kg in
especially the SW forecast area combined with 0-6km bulk shear
of 30+ kts. An even more impressive 0-3km shear increase to
45 to 50kt between 20-00z which raises a concern for severe
storms as well as low level rotation, especially where discreet
storms have the greatest potential in forming in the SW. A fair
amount of uncertainty as far as what this mornings storms may
do to dampen instability this afternoon. But with the stacked
low, lifting warm front and low level shear coinciding during
favorable diurnal instability, current thinking is that
especially the low level shear and steepening lapse rates
pushing into the region should be enough to overcome of this.

Have tried to update the timing of thunderstorms in the existing
forecast, enhancing the threat for strong storms in the western
forecast area just slightly earlier than previous forecast.

The overall nature of storm movement and recent dry conditions
do not lend to a highly favorable flash flood scenario, but will
be watching areas where thunderstorm lines become E-W oriented,
as well as slower moving discreet or supercell storms track.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 12:37 PM


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Tornado watch until 9pm for Dayton and south per weather radio.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 12:28 PM


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July 19 Single Day Standings

idecline, Keokuk IA - 11pts
snowlover2, Ottumwa IA - 8pts
melissa from illinois, Quincy IL - 6pts
WeatherDudeNYC, Mt. Pleasant IA - 3pts
ColoradoChinook, Waterloo IA - 0pts
joseph507123, Burlington IA - 0pts


2018 Overall Round 2 Standings Through July 19

1. WeatherDudeNYC - 40pts
2. snowlover2 - 37pts
3. idecline - 36pts
T4. joseph507123 - 31pts
T4. melissa from illinois - 31pts
6. ColoradoChinook - 12pts
7. andyhb - 3pts
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 12:22 PM


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Watch likely.
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Mesoscale Discussion 1099
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
1219 PM CDT Fri Jul 20 2018

Areas affected...Southeast/Southern IN...Central KY

Concerning...Severe potential...Watch likely

Valid 201719Z - 201815Z

Probability of Watch Issuance...80 percent

SUMMARY...Increasing thunderstorm coverage anticipated. All severe
hazards are possible and a watch will likely be needed across
portions of the region.

DISCUSSION...A cluster of storms has developed across southeast IN
(about 40 mi south-southeast of IND) over the past hour. This
cluster appears to be within the diffuse warm frontal zone extending
across the region. Strong instability is present in the vicinity of
the storms, extending southwestward into western KY. However, given
the downstream cloudiness and ongoing precipitation, the instability
drops off quickly with MLCAPE below 500 J/kg by central OH. Ongoing
storms across OH suggest this warm front will remain relatively in
place for at least the next several hours. This will limit the
northeastern extent of the threat with storms likely weakening once
the move into central OH. Even so, airmass immediately surrounding
the cluster is supportive of strong updrafts and at least modest
storm organization. Primary severe threat with this activity is
large hail although some enhancement of the low-level vertical
vorticity is possible within this frontal zone, contributing to a
non-zero tornado risk.

Farther south/southwest (across southern IN and central KY), airmass
head continues to destabilize, evidenced but agitated cloud streaks
in the visible satellite imagery. Recent mesoanalysis also suggests
convective inhibition has eroded. In this area, surface-based storm
development may begin within the next hour or so as large-scale
forcing for ascent increases and surface confluence persists. All
severe hazards are possible here, including the potential for
tornadoes, particularly near the warm front extending across the
region. A watch will likely be needed to cover the anticipated
severe threat.

..Mosier/Hart.. 07/20/2018
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 11:32 AM


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Not much change on the new day 1 except for the enhanced being trimmed a bit in NW IN. Actually enhanced area expanded a bit east in Ohio too.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 11:24 AM


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QUOTE(ClicheVortex2014 @ Jul 20 2018, 12:20 PM) *
Nice storm. Unfortunately looks like a bunch of clouds to our west.

Was just watching weather on local news and they showed lots of clear skies in the west half of IN.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 11:15 AM


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Getting very dark here with some good thunder.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 10:39 AM


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Got a little sun poking through right now.
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Posted on: Today, 10:28 AM


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QUOTE(WeatherMonger @ Jul 20 2018, 09:56 AM) *
Can you look out the window and see the red line? laugh.gif

Pretty much. laugh.gif
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snowlover2
Posted on: Today, 08:34 AM


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QUOTE(WeatherMonger @ Jul 20 2018, 09:12 AM) *
Moderate creeping towards OH

[attachment=356997:day1otlk_1300__7_.gif]

That moderate is literally on my doorstep.
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Haven’t seen a write up from ILN like this in a long time.

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Wilmington OH
350 AM EDT Fri Jul 20 2018

.SYNOPSIS...
A warm front will move north into the region today, as a area of low
pressure develops and moves into the southern Great Lakes. This low
will remain in place through the next several days, bringing chances
of showers and thunderstorms. An upper-level trough will remain in
place going into next week, with temperatures remaining slightly
below normal.

&&

.NEAR TERM /THROUGH TODAY/...
A complicated and potentially hazardous scenario is setting up
for today, in a very un-July-like weather pattern for the Great
Lakes and Ohio Valley.

An area of surface low pressure is currently analyzed to be in
northeastern Iowa. Aloft, the clear swirl of mid-level low
pressure is evident in the same region, though GOES-E water
vapor imagery suggests there may be some embedded mesoscale
vorticity maxima within the envelope of the larger low pressure
system. This is actually kind of an important factor for the
forecast today, which will be discussed a little later. Over the
middle Ohio Valley and the ILN CWA, conditions are still rather
stable, though this is beginning to change as theta-e advection
is already taking place at and above 850mb. With 925mb theta-e
advection just upstream, moisture convergence just ahead of this
elevated warm front is helping to lead to the expected first
round of convective development -- currently over southern
Indiana. There is solid model agreement that suggests this
activity will continue to grow over the next few hours, and
cross the ILN CWA between 10Z-16Z. As it does so, it is likely
to outrun the surface warm front, which at this early hour is
still somewhat under-developed and hard to pick out on
observations. Nonetheless, building elevated instability will
support a marginal hail threat with this activity. Model
soundings also suggest that the boundary layer will be stunted
by a 900mb inversion, but this inversion will be weakening with
time, perhaps allowing some gusty winds to also occur. Overall,
though, the risk for severe weather with this first round of
storms appears to be fairly low -- perhaps increasing ever so
slightly as the storms exit the ILN CWA to the east.

A lull is expected after the morning activity, due to two
factors. For one, this is just typical meteorology -- that
conditions should at least briefly stabilize behind a round of
convection. For two, the multi-spoked nature of the mid-level
low will mean that additional forcing will be coming in a little
bit later in the day -- likely working its way toward the
forecast area by early to mid afternoon. Before that occurs, the
surface warm front (moving just behind the morning convection)
will move through the region. This front will be oriented in a
NNW-to-SSE fashion, and the true warm sector will be somewhat of
a narrow wedge, extending from the lower Tennessee Valley
through Indiana, western Ohio, and even into southern Michigan.
Boundary layer flow will be mainly southerly, allowing for
theta-e advection to take place. However, the flow aloft will be
much more westerly, and these westerly winds will be advecting a
much different type of air -- drier and cooler. Thus, there is
an expectation for a plume of steep mid-level lapse rates to set
up to the south of the low center, focused a little southwest of
the ILN CWA, but certainly getting into the area to an extent.
Where this combines with the building warmth and moisture near
the surface, instability will become quite notable -- with
surface-based CAPE values of as much as 2500-3000 J/kg in the
southwestern ILN CWA, and even as high as 4000-5000 J/kg
further to the southwest in central and western Kentucky.

Before going any further, it should be noted that there are some
forecast uncertainties related to exact convective mode and
timing, particularly within the suite of convective-allowing
models, which have not been terribly consistent with each other
(or with the standard NAM/GFS output). In particular, some of
the WRF runs are suggesting enough additional early-day
convection to blow out the instability for the afternoon, a
scenario unsupported by the HRRR/NAM/GFS.

Assuming the instability develops into the western ILN CWA as
expected, a scenario with a few thousand J/kg of CAPE is not
altogether unsurprising for July. What makes this setup unusual
is the presence of the stacked low, and its impact on the wind
fields. Aloft, there is some pretty solid diffluence to the
southeast of the low center, which will be moving into the ILN
CWA during favorable diurnal timing in the afternoon. As
mentioned earlier, there will also be periods of favorable lift
from the very small-scale vorticity maxima rotating around the
main upper low. Finally, at the surface, the presence of the
warm front (eventually sort of occluding into the trailing cold
front) may also act as a focus for development. What should
result is one or more curved bands of convective development
(initially discrete and possibly supercellular) that develop
during the mid afternoon through evening.

Winds in the warm sector will be solidly southerly (and with
BUFKIT soundings indicating some clear-air gust potential to
around 20 knots). These winds turn to the southwest at 850mb and
to the west above 700mb. Overall values for deep-layer shear
are perhaps marginal in the ILN CWA (better further to the
southwest) but the magnitude of both the directional and speed
shear in the lowest 2km is flat-out impressive for July (and not
even bad for other parts of the year).

All together, this second round of storms will certainly be
capable of severe weather, and all threats are possible. There
is enough deep instability to support a risk of large hail,
though the steeper lapse rates and better deep-layer shear support
this threat being little greater to the southwest of the ILN
CWA (where the SPC moderate risk for hail is in effect). Heavy
rainfall will be a concern in some of the expected deep
convective cores, though this threat may be localized where some
training or back-building occurs. The threat for damaging wind
threat will certainly exist, especially with some dry air in the
mid-levels and the potential for the development of clusters
that forward-propagate south or southeast into the instability.
This is one thing that has been observed in the real world several
times in the past 12 hours or so, but that current HRRR runs
have not really captured -- that storm clusters growing upscale
into the instability is certainly something that could occur.
The wind profiles are a little bit messy enough aloft to lead to
some questions about how long cells that develop in the ILN CWA
can stay purely discrete, but any congealing clusters will
perhaps enhance the threat for winds as well.

Last but certainly not least to mention is the tornado threat,
which must be discussed with low-level winds like these in a
favorable thermodynamic environment. It is likely that there
will be areas of even further backed wind flow (SSE) in the
vicinity of the warm front, perhaps extending all the way north
into northwestern Ohio and northeastern Indiana. Forecast
hodographs through this area show well-curved shapes, with
surface winds that are around 10-15 knots sustained -- not just
a negligible few knots like a typical summer scenario. The
amount of instability being forecast, and some of the other
factors like the mid-level lapse rates, are not as important to
tornado forecasting as what is going on with the winds near the
surface. For that reason, it is believed that the tornado
threat is probably just as great in the northwestern ILN CWA as
it is in the southwestern ILN CWA. If there is any delineation
to be made across the forecast area for any of the severe
threats, it is that both shear and instability are weaker with
eastward extent, leading to more of a marginal severe threat
near and east of US-23.

Max temperatures should be able to get into the lower 80s,
provided there is enough of a break between the two rounds of
storms. With convective complications, this is a medium-
confidence temperature forecast at best.
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Flaherty KY for 7/20/18.
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New day 1 expanded enhanced and added a moderate risk area.
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DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
1234 AM CDT FRI JUL 20 2018

VALID 201200Z - 211200Z

...THERE IS A MODERATE RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FROM WESTERN TN
TO SOUTHERN IN...

...THERE IS A SLIGHT RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS FROM LOWER MI TO
MS AND AL...

..SUMMARY

SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP ACROSS THE OHIO AND TENNESSEE
VALLEY REGION INTO THE MID-SOUTH FRIDAY. VERY LARGE HAIL, DAMAGING
WINDS, AND A FEW TORNADOES CAN BE EXPECTED. ISOLATED SEVERE STORMS
ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS.

..OH/TN VALLEYS INTO THE MID-SOUTH

STRONG MID-LEVEL JET, IN EXCESS OF 60KT AT 500MB, IS FORECAST TO DIG
SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE MID-MS VALLEY REGION FRIDAY AS PRIMARY
MID-LEVEL CIRCULATION SETTLES INTO THE SOUTHERN LAKE MI AREA DURING
THE LATTER HALF OF THE PERIOD. WITH 500MB HIGH CENTERED OVER THE
SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS, PRONOUNCED MID-LEVEL DIFFLUENCE WILL EXTEND
ACROSS A GOOD PORTION OF THE OH VALLEY INTO THE CENTRAL GULF STATES.
THIS LARGE-SCALE REGIME WILL PROVE FAVORABLE FOR ROBUST CONVECTION
ALONG THE EASTERN PLUME OF SOUTHERN PLAINS HEAT DOME.

EARLY THIS MORNING A SUBSTANTIAL RESERVOIR OF INSTABILITY EXISTS
FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS INTO THE LOWER MS VALLEY. SEVERAL POCKETS OF
STRONG/SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS HAVE EVOLVED WITHIN A WARM ADVECTION
CORRIDOR ACROSS SOUTHERN KS/NORTHERN OK AND AHEAD OF THE LARGER
TROUGH OVER WI/IL. THIS ACTIVITY IS NOT CURRENTLY EXPECTED TO GROW
UPSCALE PRIOR TO DAYBREAK. AS A RESULT, EXTREME BUOYANCY IS EXPECTED
TO DEVELOP ACROSS THE MID-SOUTH INTO SOUTHERN IN WITHIN
SOUTHWESTERLY LOW-LEVEL FLOW WHERE SURFACE TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED
TO WARM RAPIDLY AHEAD OF SYNOPTIC FRONT. THE AFOREMENTIONED
MID-LEVEL JET WILL DIG INTO THIS REGION DURING THE DAY ENHANCING
SHEAR PROFILES AND VENTING ALOFT FOR ROBUST UPDRAFTS.

CURRENT THINKING IS STRONGER FORCED REGIONS OF IN/LOWER MI WILL
EASILY CONVECT BY EARLY AFTERNOON AND A POSSIBLE SQUALL LINE COULD
EVOLVE AFTER 18Z WHERE MID-LEVEL BACKING AND HEIGHT FALLS ARE MORE
EVIDENT. HOWEVER, MORE INTENSE THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP
TOWARD 21Z FARTHER SOUTH ACROSS WESTERN KY, THEN INTO WESTERN TN BY
LATE AFTERNOON. FORECAST SOUNDINGS ACROSS THE MDT RISK REGION ARE
QUITE IMPRESSIVE REGARDING BUOYANCY WITH SBCAPE ON THE ORDER OF
5000-6000 J/KG AND SFC-6KM SHEAR APPROACHING 60KT. ENVIRONMENTAL
PARAMETERS STRONGLY FAVOR SUPERCELLS ACROSS THIS REGION AND VERY
LARGE HAIL COULD ACCOMPANY THIS ACTIVITY. IN ADDITION, TORNADO
THREAT WILL BE GREATEST WITH THESE DISCRETE STORMS THAT WILL
PROPAGATE STRONGLY SOUTHEAST AROUND 25KT. IF THIS REGION IS NOT
CONVECTIVELY CONTAMINATED PRIOR TO MID AFTERNOON THERE IS SOME
CONCERN THAT A HIGHER TORNADO THREAT MAY BE EMBEDDED IN THIS REGION.
WILL MONITOR MESOSCALE DETAILS AND ADDRESS THIS CONCERN IN LATER
OUTLOOKS. OTHERWISE, MULTIPLE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CLUSTERS SHOULD
EVOLVE ACROSS THE MID-SOUTH DURING THE EVENING WHICH SHOULD
PROPAGATE ACROSS NORTHERN MS/AL WITH AN ATTENDANT THREAT FOR LARGE
HAIL/DAMAGING WINDS.

..CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS

WEAK ISENTROPIC ASCENT MAY GENERATE CONVECTION EARLY IN THE PERIOD
ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE HIGH PLAINS. SEVERAL CAMS SUGGEST THIS
ACTIVITY COULD GROW UPSCALE AS IT PROPAGATES SOUTHEAST ALONG A
CORRIDOR OF WARM ADVECTION TOWARD SOUTHERN KS. HOWEVER, CONFIDENCE
IN THIS SCENARIO IS NOT PARTICULARLY HIGH. OF MORE CONCERN WILL BE
THE REGION OF EASTERN CO/WESTERN KS LATER IN THE DAY. EASTERLY
UPSLOPE FLOW AND STRONG BOUNDARY-LAYER HEATING SHOULD ALLOW AT LEAST
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS TO EVOLVE ACROSS THIS REGION AS TEMPERATURES
WARM INTO THE UPPER 90S. DEEP-LAYER SHEAR WILL BE MORE THAN ADEQUATE
FOR SUSTAINING ORGANIZED UPDRAFTS AND A FEW SUPERCELLS COULD EVOLVE
THAT WOULD POSE A THREAT OF LARGE HAIL/DAMAGING WINDS.
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Posted on: Yesterday, 09:52 PM


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QUOTE(Juniorrr @ Jul 19 2018, 10:37 PM) *
Yea morning convection will likely screw our chances in OH(has it impacting around 7-10am). Perhaps some cold funnels on Saturday.

If there is morning storms and they get out quick enough we should be good. NAM's and HRRR not helping by showing different outcomes for tomorrow. Going to be a wait and see.
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There's the watch. Springfield barely in it.

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URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Severe Thunderstorm Watch Number 286
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
650 PM CDT Thu Jul 19 2018

The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a

* Severe Thunderstorm Watch for portions of
parts of western and central Illinois
portions of northeast and east central Missouri

* Effective this Thursday night and Friday morning from 650 PM
until 200 AM CDT.

* Primary threats include...
Scattered damaging wind gusts to 70 mph possible
Scattered large hail events to 1.5 inches in diameter possible
A tornado or two possible

SUMMARY...A cluster of strong/severe storms will continue shifting
southeast out of Iowa and into northwest Missouri/west-central
Illinois over the next few hours -- and possibly continuing into
central Illinois later this evening. Damaging winds will likely be
the primary severe risk, though hail may also occur over the next
couple of hours. A tornado or two will also be possible --
particularly in the next 1-2 hours over western portions of the
watch.

The severe thunderstorm watch area is approximately along and 50
statute miles north and south of a line from 15 miles west northwest
of Quincy IL to 30 miles north northeast of Salem IL. For a complete
depiction of the watch see the associated watch outline update
(WOUS64 KWNS WOU6).

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A Severe Thunderstorm Watch means conditions are
favorable for severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch area.
Persons in these areas should be on the lookout for threatening
weather conditions and listen for later statements and possible
warnings. Severe thunderstorms can and occasionally do produce
tornadoes.

&&

OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...CONTINUE...WW 283...WW 284...WW 285...

AVIATION...A few severe thunderstorms with hail surface and aloft to
1.5 inches. Extreme turbulence and surface wind gusts to 60 knots. A
few cumulonimbi with maximum tops to 550. Mean storm motion vector
30030.

...Goss
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snowlover2
Posted on: Yesterday, 06:09 PM


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QUOTE(grace @ Jul 19 2018, 07:02 PM) *
Iowa tornado video of it going through downtown Marshalltown:
https://twitter.com/BuzzFeedStorm/status/1020079627031625730

Just incredible.
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snowlover2
Posted on: Yesterday, 05:30 PM


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Catastrophic damage in Marshalltown IA.

QUOTE
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA
505 PM CDT THU JUL 19 2018

..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON...
..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
..REMARKS..





0455 PM TORNADO 2 NW MARSHALLTOWN 42.05N 92.94W
07/19/2018 MARSHALL IA TRAINED SPOTTER

REPORTS OF CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE, INCLUDING
VEHICLES MISSING, VEHICLES OVERTURNED, TOPS
OF BUILDINGS GONE, TREES DOWN, POWER LINES,
GAS LINES, ETC...
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snowlover2
Posted on: Yesterday, 05:12 PM


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QUOTE(FireworkWX03 @ Jul 19 2018, 06:02 PM) *
The problem for Ohio is (surprise) mid-morning convection keeping things too stable. If it doesn't fire though, SW OH could get in on the action with the low track. Although the best forcing keeps trending further south. This is starting to look like a mid-South event moreso than anything here.

GFS does like us for late next week, but that's starting to get into fantasyland. Maybe we have a 2005-type severe weather season in store -- lots of nothing, some tail-end warm season events and an active fall season. Hope springs eternal!

With this unexpected tornado outbreak in IA today, i'm not sleeping on anything tomorrow.
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