Upcoming Severe Potential
Thursday, April 12th, 2012
Thanks to Jerrid Sebesta for the picture below. He told me that one of his neighbors forgot to turn off the automatic sprinkler system and woke up to a icy coating.
Forecast Lows Tonight
It’ll be another chilly one tonight across the eastern third of the U.S. with the best potential for frost/freeze across the Northeast.
Upcoming Severe Risk Saturday
The Storm Prediction Center has a MODERATE RISK of severe weather already for parts of the Central Plains in advance of a larger wave of energy bringing coastal rain and high elevation snow to the West Coast today.
Stay tuned for further updates, you can also keep up with forecasts from the SPC HERE:
Heavy Rain Forecast
This is the heavy rain forecast for the next 5 days, note the heavier rain swath through the central part of the country with the upcoming convective activity over the next several days.
Thanks to Pamela Pruitt for sharing this picture of tornado damage from CALIFORNIA!
“This photo was taken in Dos Palos, CA in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley shortly after a funnel cloud touched down on two barns and sent the roofing 600 feet down the road into a neighbor’s trees around 1:45pm PST today. Photo taken by Bill Cantrell, Dos Palos, CA“
Thanks for checking in, have a great rest of your week!
-Meteorologist Todd Nelson-