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6 Mar 2008
Hello this is Junior Meteorologist Kyle Elliott...and I have become concerned about a possible severe weather outbreak across the Mid-Atlantic region on Saturday as EHI values are sky high for this time of year. Also, a very strong surge of unseasonalby warm air will race into the region on Saturday as temperatures jump from the 40s to the 60s very quickly...combine these factors with upper-level energy coming around the backside of the storm, and we could have ourselves an absolutely destructive severe weather outbreak across the Mid-Atlantic on Saturday! So I'm watching things very carefully as the situation is becoming more threatening as each model run goes by, so let's get some discussion going about this potentially deadly situation!!
2 Mar 2008
Hello this is Junior Meteorologist Kyle Elliott with a severe weather potential map for the storm coming up this Tuesday/Wednesday...and according to the latest models, a widespread 1-3 inches of rain will fall across Pennsylvania on Tuesday/Wednesday with a slight to moderate risk of severe thunderstorms with wind damage on Tuesday night. So as a result of these new models that show a possibly dangerous situation on Tuesday/Tuesday night with severe thunderstorms, I think it is time I post a map showing where the highest risk potential will be along with the estimated timing of the thunderstorms. So my map is below...enjoy it, but if you are in one of the moderate risk areas, please keep alert to the latest models, watches, and warnings from the National Weather Service! Also, let's get some discussion going under this topic about what ya'll think will happen with this latest severe weather threat! This has been Junior Meteorologist (Storm Tracker) Kyle Elliott with a severe weather potential map for the Weatherbug Forecasting Center!
23 Feb 2008
Hello this is Junior Meteorologist Kyle Elliott...and the Mid-Atlantic region from southern VA to southeastern Pennsylvania may have to be watched and monitored for some severe thunderstorms Monday night into Tuesday if temperatures can get high enough and enough instability can come into place. Personally, I think there will thunderstorms anywhere from southern PA to southern VA Tuesday, but I'm questioning whether or not they'll be able to hit severe limits. At any rate, a more spring-like pattern with severe storms, cold shots, and possible major snowstorms is going to be setting up shot across the eastern United States for the next two weeks or so. So let's get revved up cause the wild and crazy weather of early spring is just now starting to rear its head in the eastern U.S...and ya'll know as well as I do, these spring-like weather patterns can be the craziest/most exciting of them all!
1 Feb 2008
Hello this is Junior Meteorologist Kyle Elliott with a first-thoughts snowfall map for the possible upcoming February 8th/9th snowstorm. The GFS shows a major East Coast storm around February 8th/9th, and I believe this one could really be the one, but we will see whether or not the storm holds. So, because I have a great feeling about this one, I kind of went out on a limb as I think it has much potential, but if things over the next 3-5 days remain conservative on the models, then and only then will I change my snowfall map...but until then, here's what I've come up with! As my snowfall map probably won't post on here, below is the link to where you can see my map in full!
This has been Junior Meteorologist (Storm Tracker) Kyle Elliott with a first-thoughts snowfall map, for the Weatherbug Forecasting Center!
19 Jan 2008
Hello this is Junior Meteorologist Kyle Elliott...and I've decided to post a topic that has to do with HYPE and early discussions about the January 29th-31st major East Coast storm possibilities. I know there are many other storms on the models that could give the East Coast at least some snow, but the January 29th and 31st storms really look like the ones that bear much watching to me. As the 18z GFS model showed this evening, the January 29th storm looked to give MD/VA a huge snowstorm, and the January 31st storm looked like the "Storm of the Century!" So obviously the models will do the Cha Cha Cha on these storms, but the end of January/beginning of February has been known to be a very wintry time of the year, so I think these two storms bear lots of watching. It's all HYPE at this point, but it looks very interesting to me. So feel free to post your HYPE and discussions about these storms under this topic!!!
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