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Tropics Update: 3 Areas to Watch in the Atlantic

3 areas are being monitored at the moment for tropical development.  The red shaded area has the highest chance for development but there is an area of interest closer to the Gulf too. Gulf Low A frontal boundary begins to stall across the Gulf coast as we head into the beginning of the work week.…

27 Jun 2022, 8:20 am

Rain Continues in the Southwest

We have seen significant rainfall in the Southwest over the last few days, which has been aiding in fire containment. We have a couple areas in New Mexico under Flash Flood Alerts (above) through the day today as rainfall could cause flash flooding around area burn scars. We've seen upwards of 6" of rain in…

27 Jun 2022, 8:15 am

Severe Thunderstorm Chances for Wisconsin

WISCONSIN - We are starting to sound like a broken record the past few months will all of the severe activity we have been talking about in the upper Midwest. On Tuesday, there is another chance for strong to severe thunderstorms to move through. And why? Keep reading to learn more! Forecast Set-Up The upper…

27 Jun 2022, 8:00 am

Tuesday Severe Thunderstorm Potential for Montana

MONTANA - A low pressure system currently sits off of the Pacific West Coast and is forecast to move onshore and bring an end to the summertime heat the West Coast is currently experiencing. As this system moves onshore, and towards the Rocky Mountains it will run into an environment favorable to support severe thunderstorms.…

27 Jun 2022, 7:30 am

West Coast Heats Lingers Today

The heat continues across the country with a dominating high pressure system. For the West Coast, especially the Pacific Northwest on the anniversary of the record late-June heat of 2021, hot temperatures will continue today. These are the hottest temperatures so far this year in the PNW! Northwest A ridge of high pressure has nosed…

27 Jun 2022, 6:00 am

Monsoon Storms Spark New Fires

Monsoon season has increased dew points and moisture around the Southwest, which is wonderful for the drought, but can lead to additional fire danger concerns. Even with the monsoon, areas that don't see rain are dealing with poor air quality due to smoke. The Left Fork fire in Utah has burned more than four thousand…

27 Jun 2022, 4:30 am

Thunderstorms Continue to Move East

Severe storms moved across the Northern Plains overnight and with storm reaching severe limits off and on. There were isolated storm that brought large hail, damaging winds, and flash flooding. The front will prompt a severe weather risk today as well, into the Midwest and Ohio Valley. Sunday and Monday The risk of severe weather…

26 Jun 2022, 8:00 pm

Weekend Storms & Heavy Rain for the Southeast

After rounds of heavy rain and strong storms that produced damaging winds of 45-60 mph and caused damage in the Orlando area (above) on Friday, everything reset again Saturday. While storms weren't as strong Saturday, there were some gusty winds across Florida and Alabama, and even a report of waterspouts! As this trough of low…

25 Jun 2022, 4:30 pm

Warm July Outlook from the Climate Prediction Center

Most of the nation is predicted to see warmer than normal weather for the month of July. That's according to the Climate Prediction Center's recently issued outlook for next month. Above average temperatures are forecast from the East Coast through the Southeast and South into the Four Corners. Only the immediate Pacific Northwest coast has…

23 Jun 2022, 2:00 am