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Threat for Severe Storms in the Upper Midwest

9 Sep 2019, 11:58 am

A storm system moving through the Upper Midwest will bring a threat for severe weather to start the work week. A slight risk for severe thunderstorms included parts of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. A few storms may produce large hail, strong wind gusts, and isolated tornadoes.

A warm front lifting northward coupled with a low pressure center and cold front from the West will produce several rounds of thunderstorms. Robust Jet Stream energy and increasing wind shear will aid in severe thunderstorm development. The most likely area for severe storms will be north of the warm front and near the triple point. That’s the axis of where the the cold front, warm front, and occluded front merge together.

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For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels

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Chelsea is from Indianapolis, Indiana. Although it may be the Hoosier state, she attended Purdue University and is a diehard Boilermaker fan. She has a BS in atmospheric science and is currently pursuing her MS in environmental policy and management with a concentration in energy and sustainability from the University of Denver. Chelsea loves the ever-changing patterns of the atmosphere wh... Load Moreich led her to participate in extensive severe weather research for the Red Cross during her undergrad years. She is currently a Community Volunteer Leader for the Red Cross and enjoys giving back to the community she lives. Before coming to WeatherNation, Chelsea worked in West Virginia at WSAZ and in west Tennessee at WBBJ where she did it all from reporting to sports but her passion is weather.

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