Multiday Severe Weather Outbreak Possible

By: AlecWxForecaster, 2:23 AM GMT on April 06, 2013

The red, yellow, and orange risk areas delineate to at least an Alert Level 3 while the areas not indicated by a corresponding day indicates a lower risk of severe weather. The main risks in the corresponding Alert Level 3 areas are the potential for widespread damaging winds/large hail and tornadoes...some possibly strong, especially on Tuesday. Otherwise, the marginal risk areas pose less of a severe weather threat. Stay tuned...as modifications maybe needed in fu...

Tornado

Updated: 2:26 AM GMT on April 06, 2013

Very Active Weather Pattern

By: AlecWxForecaster, 5:49 AM GMT on March 29, 2013

*An active weather pattern will likely affect much of the United States tomorrow through the weekend.*

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Severe weather will be possible tomorrow, mainly for western Texas, Kansas, and central Nebraska. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threat.

During Saturday, the threat shifts east into eastern Texas, central and eastern Oklahoma, and northeastern Kansas. The greatest threat for organized severe weather will be i...

Tornado

Updated: 5:52 AM GMT on March 29, 2013

Major Winter Storm Likely in Northeast

By: AlecWxForecaster, 6:55 PM GMT on March 18, 2013

A strong storm system will likely impact the Northeast regions tonight into Wednesday morning. Maine and New Hampshire will have the greatest threat for significant snowfall. Locally higher amounts may be possible, especially in higher elevations. The current NAM model suggests 2 snow systems capable of producing heavy snow. The first one will likely come through tonight into tomorrow morning while an even stronger system forms from the behind. The snow is expected ...

Winter Weather

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