It's been quite a long time since we have had even a possibility to see strong thunderstorms. But even though it's late October, Mother Nature has different plans! So lets get started with the overall setup. A very strong low pressure system out west, teaming up with strong winds aloft and a weak cape are all combining to build a very favorable atmosphere for severe thunderstorms. The chance of strong storms will mainly be in the southern part of our region, but it's a significant chance so we have to focus on it! The time frame looks to be during the afternoon on Friday, and the storms will likely move northeast or east. And with that, here is our forecast map for Friday's Severe T-Storm Threats!
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013
Believe it or not, Halloween has rolled around again! For the past two years, we have had catastrophic storms that majorly impacted the Northeast US, so what it is in store for this Halloween? Believe it or not, it should be a very quiet Halloween. Although there is a chance for a few showers in Ohio, besides that it looks clear throughout the rest of the northeast. Temperatures should be in the upper 40's to upper 50's, which is unseasonably warm! Have a great Halloween 2013 everyone and stay safe! Here is our Halloween 2013 Weather Forecast map!