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Boreas Hits Ohio

By: Buckey2745, 3:29 PM GMT on November 26, 2013



The first impacts of Boreas hit Ohio last night with 0.75" of snow falling in Canal Winchester. No it's not much, but it's the beginning of the total accumulation for us from this storm.

The scene out the window this morning is one of winter:


Not only did we wake up to that scene this morning, but our first Winter Weather Advisory of the season, as well as Winter Storm Warnings as close as
Fairfield and Pickaway Counties:


Everything still looks on track for us to get 2" total from this storm as I predicted. Southeastern Ohio should get substantially more, which is why I'll be leaving in the next 5 hours or so for my road trip, hoping to beat the snow.

Thanks again for the well wishes PugetSoundPost and absiu12!

Season Stats:
Winter Weather Advisories- 1
Winter Storm Warnings- 0
Ice Storm Warnings- 0
Blizzard Warnings- 0
Freezing Rain Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Watches- 0
Wind Chill Advisories- 0
Wind Chill Warnings- 0
Blowing Snow Advisory- 0

Snowfall Totals:
November: 2" (Predicted: 1.5")
Season: 2"

Updated: 3:31 PM GMT on November 26, 2013

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Winter Storm Boreas: Central Ohio's Impact

By: Buckey2745, 7:48 PM GMT on November 25, 2013



Winter Storm Boreas, the first of the season to affect Central Ohio, will be making its presence known for a two day period over Ohio starting tonight with our first accumulation of what could be two.

Tonight's Forecast
Expect snow showers to start after dark with a small disturbance associated with the northern branch of this large trough, bringing in off and on snow showers for us.

Snow may taper a little by daylight, but expect the bulk of Boreas to then begin affecting us by then. For tonight however expect 0.5" of snow.

Tuesday Night in to Wednesday
A ton of uncertainty here as models are all over the place in relation to how far north warm air will come with the precip shield.

Right now I'm leaning toward the NAM solution which bring us just enough of a mix to keep snow totals below warning criteria:


Unfortunately I don't have enough time to put together a snow prediction map so instead I'll give some snow totals for areas around Ohio:

Columbus, Canal Winchester: 2"
Southeast Ohio, Athens: 4"
Cincinnati, Dayton: 0.5"

Bad Travel Day Wednesday
Me personally I'm trying to beat the snow, as I'm headed to South Carolina for Thanksgiving. West Virginia is my problem area Wednesday, as there are parts of the mountains that could get upwards of a foot of snow. This is obviously a problem when you're driving a car that isn't good in rain, let alone snow, and two kids in the back.

I've adjusted my plans and I'm leaving right after work tomorrow, heading to at least southern West Virginia by late night. It's my hope that I beat the snow and wake up on the wet side of this storm Wednesday morning so my travels will just be through the rain.

The one problem spot if you're headed that way would be southeast Ohio Tuesday night. You'll want to avoid that after dark since they should see a changeover to all snow, and heavy at that, sometime around 7pm.

I may try to post sometime this week with a summary, but chances are I'll be too busy eating. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

Season Stats:
Winter Weather Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Warnings- 0
Ice Storm Warnings- 0
Blizzard Warnings- 0
Freezing Rain Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Watches- 0
Wind Chill Advisories- 0
Wind Chill Warnings- 0
Blowing Snow Advisory- 0

Snowfall Totals:
November: 1.25" (Predicted: 1")
Season: 1.25"

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Bad Thanksgiving Travel: 3 Days Out

By: Buckey2745, 1:21 PM GMT on November 24, 2013

This could be a terrible travel holiday for millions in the eastern US, as a major southern low will turn in to a potential nor'easter.

The latest GFS, which I lean toward more than the Euro in this situation, is suggesting a double barrel low develop on the east coast:


Wednesday, 7am. GFS

Right now it appears an area of decent snow will setup from East Tennessee, through West Virginia, and in to the northeast.

This is a worst case scenario for many travel plans, including my own. Of course it can get worse, if you consider the NAM was calling for a more westward track yesterday, and predicting 4-6" here in Central Ohio. I seriously doubt we see more than a dusting here, but who knows at this point. This is our first major east coast storm of the season and anything can happen.

Let's just hope for travel's sake this is a miss.

UPDATE: 8:31pm
Today's low of 15.1° is the coldest temp since February 17th. And it's only November! And it's the coldest November temp since November 22, 2008.

Updated: 1:33 AM GMT on November 25, 2013

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Bitter Cold for November, Bad Thanksgiving Travel

By: Buckey2745, 7:44 PM GMT on November 22, 2013



That's the forecast for the next several days here in Central Ohio, and that paints a picture of a very cold last week of November for us.

An arctic cold front is responsible for this, and it just moved through our area about an hour ago. The temp has dropped from 53° to 49° in that time, and it'll keep going down. We may not see it rebound more than a couple degrees tomorrow and again on Sunday, leaving us in January type territory.

Looking back in my records I couldn't find a time in the last 4 years that our high has failed to reach freezing in November. It looks like that streak won't stand much longer, the way things look for Sunday. And Saturday? Mid-30's a flurries? Definitely sounds like winter.

Mid-Week Storm for Southeast?
Usually I don't cover weather outside of the Buckeye State, but I have a vested interest in this one. I'll be traveling to South Carolina on Wednesday for Thanksgiving and a potent southern low could bring snow for the WV mountains along the way.



The Wednesday morning GFS shows an offshore low, but with our arctic air still in place up here, that low will pull down the chill in to the Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic, making for terrible travel.

It's my hope that this thing either speeds up or develops much further out to sea.

Bundle up this weekend!

Season Stats:
Winter Weather Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Warnings- 0
Ice Storm Warnings- 0
Blizzard Warnings- 0
Freezing Rain Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Watches- 0
Wind Chill Advisories- 0
Wind Chill Warnings- 0
Blowing Snow Advisory- 0

Snowfall Totals:
November: 1.25" (Predicted: 1")
Season: 1.25"

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Tornado Warned: Canal Winchester Area, November 17th

By: Buckey2745, 1:08 AM GMT on November 18, 2013

I'll make a new post for this since we did have a Tornado Warning for us here in Canal Winchester. Radar indicated rotation and the sirens were set off.

A Tornado Warning was issued at 7:36pm and radar shows the possible rotation about 10 miles south of the Canal Winchester area, heading northeast:


At 7:44 spotters reported a tornado in Carroll, OH, just a few miles southeast of us. There is no confirmation on this yet, or any reports of damage, but I'm sure the NWS will be out here tomorrow to check it out.

We didn't get it too bad. A peak wind gust of 34mph and some heavy rain was the extent of our effects. The tornado sirens didn't even go off until the worst had passed.

I've gone over the radar multiple times and I can't seem to find where a tornado signature may have appeared over Carroll, so this may have been straight line winds. Again, that'll be verified sometime tomorrow.

Needless to say, this was an eventful day.

UPDATE: STRAIGHT LINE WINDS CONFIRMED
So yesterday was not a tornado:

...Non-tornadic wind damage in northeast Pickaway County and
Fairfield County...

A damage survey was completed in northeast Pickaway County today
in the wake of severe thunderstorms during the evening of Sunday
November 17th.

In coordination with Pickaway County emergency management...the
survey focused on damage beginning east of Ashville on Walnut
Creek Pike...just south of Highway 72. At this location...a barn
roof was lifted and strewn downwind...with several large White
Pine trees snapped off. An older barn was shifted off its
foundation. There was considerable shingle and soffit/fascia
damage to homes across Walnut Creek Pike...and eastward along
Highway 752.

Sporadic and minor tree/roof damage continued along 752...where
the damage path became quite broad...in excess of several hundred
yards on both sides of 752. Just north of Highway 752 on
Circleville-Winchester Road...an old schoolhouse /built in 1889/
had its roof removed and thrown across the Road into an adjacent
field.

The broad nature of the wind swath was still evident along
portions of Circleville-Winchester Road with minor tree damage
/mainly Bradford pear and White Pine/.

Along Madison-Walnut Road...the damage path continued in rather
broad/sporadic sense. A barn had minor roof damage...a house had
its metal roof peeled back and removed...and a small barn had its
roof removed. There continued to be sporadic tree damage along
this corridor. No significant damage was noted east of Ringgold-
northern Road in Pickaway County.

The thunderstorms continued to produce sporadic structural damage
into Fairfield County...where a residence in Carroll reported
some garage damage...and a foundry had a rubber roof peeled back.
With photographs courtesy of the Fairfield County emergency
management...this damage was determined non-tornadic as well.

The peak winds along this swath of damage are estimated to be
from 80 to 85 mph...with much of the damage along the path
supporting an esitmate of 60 to 70 mph winds.



Severe Weather Stats:
Severe Thunderstorm Watches: 7
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings: 10
Tornado Watches: 2
Tornado Warnings: 1
Flood Watches: 7
Flood Warnings: 1
Heat Advisories: 4
Excessive Heat Warnings: 0
Red Flag Warnings: 0

Updated: 8:38 PM GMT on November 18, 2013

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LiveBlog: November 17th Ohio's Tornado Outbreak

By: Buckey2745, 3:50 PM GMT on November 17, 2013

This is a liveblog for November 17th's severe weather in the Central Ohio area. Entries are in chronological order with the newest at the

bottom.


10:36am
This could be a very volatile day for our area, as the SPC has extended a HIGH RISK in to western Ohio:


This is the first time there has ever been a high risk issues for Ohio in November.

As I've said for a few days now there are two parts to this storm. The afternoon supercells and the night time squall line.

At this time I feel less confident that Central Ohio will see supercells. Currently we are under heavy cloud cover and rain, with temps in the

upper 50's.


While supercells cannot be completely ruled out for this afternoon, I think the real focus should be on this evening when an extremely dangerous

line of storms will move through. I expect to see that around 7pm.

Already today the first PDS tornado watch has been issued for western Illinois.

I'll update as things develop this afternoon.

11:01am
I give a 100% chance we see a Tornado Watch this afternoon/evening.

11:59am
A PDS Tornado Watch has been issued for areas as close as Dayton. What concerns me is the rain has stopped for us here in Canal Winchester, and

the view from my webcam shows some clearing trying to work in.


If any amount of sun is allowed to break through in the Columbus area, rapid destabilization will occur and greatly increase our chances

of supercells this afternoon.

12:48pm
Storms should start initiating along and west of I-71 by 2pm. South and east of I-71 should be safe from the first round, with the entire area

being affected after dark by an intense line of storms.

12:55pm
I forgot to mention a Wind Advisory that is in effect from 10am to midnight. This is clearly because of the chance of high gusts pre-frontal.

12:57pm
The broken line has already begun to form over western Illinois where multiple tornadoes have already been reported. This line should reach our

area in the 7pm-8pm time frame.


1:42pm
Highest non-thunderstorm wind gust at 31mph so far this afternoon. Gusts up to 40mph being reported in Eastern Indiana and Western Ohio already,

and heading this way. We could see gusts up to 50mph before getting our first storm of the day.

3:26pm
We'll be getting our Tornado Watch here in the next hour. It's hard to tell if it'll be a PDS watch, but I kind of think it will be considering

the multuple tornadoes that have been reported and are currently on the ground in Indiana right now. Supercells are beginning to form in to a

line, but it may not be completely squalled by the time it reaches our area.


4:09pm
A ton of reports of tornadoes and other severe weather:


4:13pm
You can see by the warnings that the worst is on its way to our area. The good news is that quite a bit of the tornado warnings have been

downgraded to thunderstorm warnings as they have moved east. That tells me this is starting to transition from a tornado event to a high wind

event.


4:25pm
Weather radio has gone off, Tornado Watch. Awaiting specifics...

4:29pm

The watch is in effect until midnight, with the focus really being on the wind damage threat with the line that is coming in from Indiana. This

is not a PDS watch, but there is still a risk of significant tornadoes, however not as significant as what we've seen in Illinois and

Indiana today.

4:41pm
We didn't see enough clearing this afternoon to initiate storms out ahead of the cold front. A special 19Z sounding from ILN showed extreme

sheer, but not much instability. That shouldn't stop the squall line from mixing down some of that extremely powerful jet with the storms and

producing damaging winds.

Now we wait.

6:00pm
The sun set almost 45 minutes ago, which means from here on out the storms will be under the cloak of darkness. Just like with the Halloween

storm any tornadoes that do occur on the squall line will show up near "kinks" in the line.

Right now the radar hads no tornado warnings, but huge thunderstorm warnings all alone the line. While it doesn't look impressive, wind is the

real threat:


The line should be here by 7:30pm.

6:36pm
Severe Thunderstorm Warning as close as west Columbus. Warning of 70mph sustained winds. Of great concern now is the multiple breaks in the line that could be a good spot for tornado development.


7:17pm
We finally got our Severe Thunderstorm Warning here in southeast Franklin County:


Multiple breaks in the line suggest this has started to fall apart as it enters our area, but we'll have to see as the end of the line will move through here in the next 15 minutes.

Updated: 12:21 AM GMT on November 18, 2013

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Ohio Valley Severe Weather Outbreak: 1 Day Out

By: Buckey2745, 12:24 PM GMT on November 16, 2013

The situation for Sunday is looking more serious by the minute. Computer models yesterday started cranking out some serious "significant tornado" parameters, and the SPC this morning really took it to the next level with a Moderate Risk already forecasted for all of Ohio on Sunday:


The reality of this situation is Ohio is in the bullseye for one of the worst "second season" severe weather outbreaks of the year.

As a low pressure system moves from the Plains it will bomb out over the Great Lakes. This is similar to the Halloween storm a few weeks ago in the sense that this rapid pressure drop will crank the lower level jet and really intensify the frontal winds, allowing for a damaging wind threat with a line of storms.

Right now there are two parts of this storm. The first part is early to mid-afternoon we could see significant supercells developing pre-frontal with this. IF... and that's a big if... the atmosphere destabilizes just a little bit, these storms could pop, and with the extreme shear we will be experiencing, these storms will absolutely rotate.

But that's conditional. I don't have high faith in that scenario playing out.

However, the second part will be a squall line that will develop with the front. This, much like the Halloween storm, will bring a high wind threat, and will pose a risk with imbedded tornadoes. Weak, but still a threat. This line could be stronger than the Halloween storm. All of the parameters are there for an almost derecho-like event with this line.

It's not very often that we see a High Risk outlook here in Central Ohio, let alone in the middle of November, but I think that's a real possibility tomorrow.

If you're reading this from anywhere in Ohio, please be alert tomorrow. The supercells with round 1 may be very easy to spot and prepare for. However, it's the second round, the squall line, that will come through after dark that will be very hard to spot tornadoes in. If a warning is issued for your area, take the precautions.

I'll start a liveblog for this event tomorrow.

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Ohio Valley Severe Outbreak: 3 Days Out

By: Buckey2745, 3:48 PM GMT on November 14, 2013

Seems like just yesterday I was talking about our first snow, right? Well, it was more like two days ago, but this is still a pretty quick turn around. Now we're looking ahead to Sunday afternoon/evening for yet another round of severe weather.

It was a little more than two weeks ago when we had our Halloween storm that dropped four tornadoes in Ohio, and this setup looks possibly more potent.

For fine details it's hard to pinpoint right now, but I think it's safe to say we will see tornadoes and high winds on Sunday. When, where and how bad is yet to be seen.

The SPC has all of Ohio under a risk on their Day 4 outlook already:


From the SPC:

SOME UNCERTAINTY LINGERS...BUT TRENDS IN THE MEDIUM RANGE FORECAST
GUIDANCE ARE INCREASINGLY SUGGESTIVE OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN
ENVIRONMENT SUPPORTIVE OF AN OUTBREAK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS
PARTS OF THE MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY EASTWARD THROUGH MUCH OF THE
OHIO VALLEY ON SUNDAY. MOST GUIDANCE NOW APPEARS GENERALLY FASTER
WITH THE CONTINUED EASTWARD PROGRESSION OF A STRONG SHORT WAVE
TROUGH...FROM THE CENTRAL PLAINS EARLY SUNDAY TO THE LOWER GREAT
LAKES/UPPER OHIO VALLEY/CENTRAL APPALACHIANS REGION BY LATE SUNDAY
NIGHT. MOST MODELS ARE NOW SUGGESTIVE THAT THIS WILL BE ACCOMPANIED
BY STRONG SURFACE CYCLOGENESIS...WITH MOST RAPID SURFACE PRESSURE
FALLS ACROSS PARTS OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION AND OHIO VALLEY LATE
SUNDAY AFTERNOON INTO SUNDAY NIGHT.

A 90+ KT 500 MB JET STREAK NOSING THROUGH THE OHIO VALLEY...COUPLED
WITH STRENGTHENING SOUTHERLY WARM SECTOR 850 MB FLOW...PERHAPS IN
EXCESS OF 70 KTS ACROSS PARTS OF THE OHIO VALLEY INTO THE LOWER
GREAT LAKES...WILL CONTRIBUTE TO VERY STRONG DEEP LAYER WIND FIELDS
AND SHEAR. IT ALSO APPEARS INCREASINGLY PROBABLE THAT THIS WILL
COINCIDE WITH AN INFLUX OF SEASONABLY HIGH MOISTURE CONTENT AT LEAST
AS FAR NORTH AND EAST AS THE LOWER OHIO VALLEY...CONTRIBUTING TO
SUFFICIENT CAPE FOR VIGOROUS STORM DEVELOPMENT. SUPERCELLS WITH A
RISK FOR TORNADOES WILL BE POSSIBLE...PARTICULARLY IN EARLY STAGES
OF CONVECTIVE DEVELOPMENT...PERHAPS AS EARLY AS MID DAY ACROSS PARTS
OF THE MIDDLE MISSISSIPPI INTO LOWER OHIO VALLEY VALLEY.

EVENTUALLY...THOUGH...ACTIVITY PROBABLY WILL EVOLVE INTO A SQUALL
LINE WITH DAMAGING STRAIGHT-LINE WINDS BECOMING THE MOST PROMINENT
SEVERE THREAT. IT MAY NOT BE OUT OF THE QUESTION THAT THIS COULD
PROGRESS INTO PARTS OF THE MID ATLANTIC SEABOARD AND NORTHEAST LATE
SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY...BUT THIS IS STILL TOO UNCERTAIN TO
DELINEATE A REGIONAL SEVERE RISK AREA EAST OF THAT CURRENTLY
DEPICTED. THEREAFTER...CONVECTIVE POTENTIAL THROUGH THE REMAINDER
OF THE PERIOD APPEARS LOW.


I'll post more tomorrow once model guidance becomes a little more clear.

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Summary: November 12th Snow

By: Buckey2745, 4:20 PM GMT on November 12, 2013



Our first snow of the season has come and gone for us here in Central Ohio and I think it's safe to say everyone got at least something from this clipper.

Officially in Canal Winchester we got 1.25", with just a hair less than that at the airport.

Snow started almost right at midnight with temps hovering right around 34°, but kept dropping through the night. By daybreak we had reached our coldest temp of the season, 24.8°.

Snow stuck to everything except paved surfaces.



Traffic was snarled this morning, because of course people panic when it snows. Most roads were just fine, but some side roads and shoulders did get a small flash freeze... however nothing worth the headaches we saw this morning.

Now we transition in to our coldest air of the season as tomorrow morning may just end up in the teens. Welcome to winter!

Season Stats:
Winter Weather Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Warnings- 0
Ice Storm Warnings- 0
Blizzard Warnings- 0
Freezing Rain Advisories- 0
Winter Storm Watches- 0
Wind Chill Advisories- 0
Wind Chill Warnings- 0
Blowing Snow Advisory- 0

Snowfall Totals:
November: 1.25" (Predicted: 1")
Season: 1.25"

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Nov. 11th and 12th: Winter Weather Advisories Added

By: Buckey2745, 8:50 PM GMT on November 11, 2013

In a surprising move the NWS has issued Winter Weather Advisories for southeast Ohio, as close as Pickaway and Fairfield Counties:



Those counties have a little lower criteria for Advisories, but I still don't think this storm warrants it. Instead I believe these were issued because it's our first storm, snow will blow, and there's a good chance we could have a flash freeze on road surfaces as temps drop to the mid 20's overnight.

I still think we're on track for 1" here in Canal Winchester, with areas to our east and south possibly seeing as much as 2".

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Snow/Cold Blast: One Day Out

By: Buckey2745, 1:54 PM GMT on November 10, 2013

It's finally here, our first snow of the season. No, it's not much, and it won't slow people down too much. But still... it's here!

No watches or advisories or certainly warnings with this one. As I've been saying for a while now a clipper system will move in Monday evening. A decent shield of precip will spread along the front:


They key to this system is timing. If the front approaches closer to sunset we could see much more rain. If it hits closer to midnight, like the GFS suggests, maybe we can approach over an inch of snow.

The GFS predicts roughly 1-2"


And the NAM predicts the same


You'll notice a 2-3" area closer to the Ohio River in the GFS solution, and that's because it has the system approaching Central Ohio later, so there's actually a chance to see more snow out of this.

It'll be a light accumulation, but I feel like this kicks off the beginning of an active winter. For us here in Canal Winchester I predict we see 1" of snow out of this.

Probably won't be much of a snow map for this one, but I'll post reported accumulations on Tuesday.

UPDATE: Sunday, 7:10pm
Kind of interesting to see the GFS bump its snow totals up to 2-3" across the board here in Central Ohio. I wouldn't get my hopes up though. I'm sticking with 1", as I just don't think this will be a huge accumulation.

Updated: 12:12 AM GMT on November 11, 2013

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Snow/Cold Blast: 3 Days Out

By: Buckey2745, 2:02 PM GMT on November 09, 2013

As expected most computer models have backed off the ridge runner low developing, instead forecasting it out to sea, or just not to develop at all.

But all is not lost for the hope of our first accumulation of the season. I still expect a cold blast that will bring with it an early season clipper system and a quick inch or so of snow.

The latest GFS shows about 1-2" for the eastern half of the state:



Who's ready for some snow?

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Snowy/Cold Blast: 5 Days Out

By: Buckey2745, 3:53 PM GMT on November 07, 2013

I've held off posting anything at all about this storm, but the GFS has been pushing the idea for the past couple days of a snow for our area. And right now it could be a few flurries or quite a few inches, it is absolutely impossible to tell this far out.

With Certainty
So the facts. Here's what we are pretty sure WILL happen. An unusually early clipper system will be pushed down through the Great Lakes out in front of a very strong arctic high. Aloft it'll be cold enough to snow, and with a nearly 1040mb high pumping in the Canadian air I get the feeling it could stick on the grass:


GFS Tuesday morning

This is something I'm confident will happen. We will definitely get hit with an arctic blast, and we could see a few days next week with the high not even making it out of the 30's.

With Uncertainty
Will there be a southern low that develops south of the arctic high? The energy for that is still over the northern Pacific so it's hard to tell if it'll translate across the country. But... if it does... all models now are picking up on our first ridge runner of the season. And with the Canadian high in place to the west, we would be in for a decent accumulation on Wednesday:


GFS Wednesday morning

We're 5-6 days out on this. I'm not ready to make a prediction yet. The media hype machine is already cranking on this one. So now we wait. We watch every model run. We note the differences every 6 hours. And... we wait some more.

Could we be in for a snowy November? It hasn't happened here in quite a while.

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Tornadoes Confirmed, Another Round?

By: Buckey2745, 8:34 PM GMT on November 04, 2013

Thursday night's storm was everything we expected it would be here in Central Ohio, except in scarier fashion. How appropriate on Halloween night. The scary part of this storm was that it hit overnight. And the tornadoes that developed were almost impossible to warn.

There were 4 confirmed tornadoes in Ohio the night of the 31st in to the early morning of the 1st. Luckily none were stronger than an EF1, none long tracked, and no fatalities.


Map of tornadoes from Halloween storm. From NWS website

Another Midweek Storm


For the second week in a row we're looking at a potent storm rolling through our area. The NAM radar image above shows a pretty good line of storms rolling through Wednesday evening. The difference between this week and last?

Wind.

Or lack of.

The wind fields won't be what they were last week, so we shouldn't see the extreme shear and chance of tornadoes. The SPC hasn't even addressed any severe threat for this storm, so I wouldn't hold out much hope of it being much.

This storm is dynamic enough that Minnesota will get their first snow of the season on the backside of this low, and we should take a pretty good hit in temps for Thursday and Friday as well.

Winter Forecast
I plan on posting my winter predictions soon, keep checking in.

Severe Weather Stats:
Severe Thunderstorm Watches: 7
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings: 9
Tornado Watches: 1
Tornado Warnings: 0
Flood Watches: 7
Flood Warnings: 1
Heat Advisories: 4
Excessive Heat Warnings: 0
Red Flag Warnings: 0

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