New product allows you to explore record-setting extreme weather

By: Angela Fritz , 6:14 PM GMT on February 23, 2012

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We've launched a new extreme weather product this week: Record Extremes. Recent, globally record-setting years have demanded a product that combines U.S. and international record extremes into one, easy to use interface. The Record Extremes page will give you the option to see U.S. and international records on a map and table. You can select any combination of record types at once, which, combined with the map, provides a interesting visual way to investigate record-setting events. The product uses data from three sources: (1) NOAA's National Climate Data Center, (2) Wunderground's U.S. records, and (3) Wunderground's International records.

The NCDC records begin in 1850 and include official NOAA record extreme events for ASOS and COOP weather stations in all 50 U.S. states as well as Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and the Pacific Islands. In this database you can find records for maximum high temps, minimum high temps, maximum low temps, minimum high temps, snow, and precipitation on daily, monthly, and all-time scales.

The Wunderground extremes were compiled by our weather historian Christopher C. Burt. Chris monitors 300 stations across the U.S. for Record Extremes in maximum and minimum temperature, precipitation, and snow events. Most of these U.S. records go back to the end of the 19th century, though the oldest site in this database is Charleston, SC, where precipitation records started in 1737! Internationally, Chris monitors 150 countries worldwide for all-time record high temperatures and all-time record low temperatures. If you're interested in diving deeper into extreme weather in the U.S. and abroad, Chris's book Extreme Weather is an excellent resource.



Figure 1. All-time snow records broken during the Groundhog Day Blizzard of 2011. These records were found by selecting NCDC as the source, a start date of 2011-01-31, an end date of 2011-02-02, "maximum snowfall," and "all-time."


We built the Record Extremes product to make it easy to find specific records you're looking for, or just browse the records in general.

Check records that were set on a specific date
You can check on records that were set yesterday, for example, by setting the calendar to yesterday's date, and selecting all the record variables and types that you're interested in.

Explore all records set in a certain time range
2011 was a record-setting year for the U.S., and most of the records were high maximum temp and high minimum temps. To see all of these warm records that were set last year, select "NCDC" as the source, 2011-01-01 as the start date and 2011-12-31 as the end date. Select Maximum High Temp and Maximum Low Temp in weather variables, and select all-time in the record type.

View current standing international records in the Wunderground database
Select either the Wunderground International records, and instead of choosing a date range, select "Show current standing records." This will bring up all standing records in the database for whatever record variable and type you select. Whereas we've collected every record ever set or broken from NCDC, the Wunderground records are always the current, standing record, whenever it was set. As you move your map around the globe, you'll see each country's all-time maximum high temp and all-time maximum low temp.

Filter your table results
Looking for a specific location or record within your search results? Use the "Filter Results" option in the table to narrow down your search.

Let us know what you think!

Angela

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Quoting SPLbeater:


my dream outlook would be for my region(GA, FL, SC, NC):


Categorical outlook: High

Tornado Probability: 2%

Hail Probability: 15%

Damaging Wind Probability: 100%

:D


Come on, this is terrible.
15% hail??!!!!!

My dream:

High(AL,GA,SC)
60% everything.
2 day, 4 round outbreak
Nobody hurt(which i know would be impossible in this case)

Quoting SPLbeater:
I just made myself a sign.

It has a picture of all 4 tornado alleys, and in a font size of 72 underneath,

PROUD MEMBER OF CAROLINA ALLEY!!!!!

lol


Carolina alley sucks.
Dixie alley all the way.

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Well, numbers are in, after 48 hours of this system dumping snow on the western shores of Michigan, my location in the southwest region came up with 7.75" inches, the most from one system this season.
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Here's one from last year:



URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH NUMBER 405
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
840 PM CDT MON MAY 30 2011

THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF

PARTS OF NORTHWEST IOWA
PARTS OF CENTRAL KANSAS
MUCH OF EASTERN NEBRASKA
SMALL PART OF SOUTHEASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA

EFFECTIVE THIS MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY MORNING FROM 840 PM UNTIL
200 AM CDT.

...THIS IS A PARTICULARLY DANGEROUS SITUATION...

WIDESPREAD DAMAGING WINDS
WIND GUSTS TO 90 MPH LIKELY
SCATTERED LARGE HAIL
ISOLATED HAIL TO 1.5 INCHES IN DIAMETER POSSIBLE
ISOLATED TORNADOES

THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 75
STATUTE MILES EAST AND WEST OF A LINE FROM 35 MILES NORTHWEST OF
SIOUX CITY IOWA TO 50 MILES SOUTH SOUTHEAST OF RUSSELL KANSAS.
FOR A COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE ASSOCIATED WATCH
OUTLINE UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU5).

REMEMBER...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE
FAVORABLE FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH
AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR
THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS
AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAN AND OCCASIONALLY
DO PRODUCE TORNADOES.

OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...CONTINUE...WW 402...WW 403...

DISCUSSION...INTENSE SQUALL LINE HAS DEVELOPED N/S ACROSS CENTRAL
NEB AND CONTINUES TO DEVELOP SWD AS IT MOVES EWD. VERY STRONG PRES
RISE/FALL COUPLET IS DRIVING THE LINE EWD WITH THE FORCING FROM
LARGE SCALE TROUGH ROTATING ACROSS THE NRN/CENTRAL PLAINS PROVIDING
BOTH SHEAR AND UPWARD MOTION TO RESULT IN POTENTIAL FOR VERY
DAMAGING WINDS. IN ADDITION BRIEF TORNADOES ARE STILL POSSIBLE BUT
DAMAGING WINDS NOW ARE THE DOMINANT THREAT.

AVIATION...A FEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH HAIL SURFACE AND ALOFT
TO 1.5 INCHES. EXTREME TURBULENCE AND SURFACE WIND GUSTS TO 80
KNOTS. A FEW CUMULONIMBI WITH MAXIMUM TOPS TO 550. MEAN STORM
MOTION VECTOR 23040.


...HALES
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Of course, there are two other radar systems similar, but not as advanced as Gr2Analyst that would be nice starters.

GRLevel2: $79.95

GRLevel3: $79.95

GR2Analyst Main page: $250 individual license, $500 commercial license

There are 21-day trials for all of them if you wish to experiment. They are on their pages, respectively.


I will get the trials before a severe weather outbreak(moderate/high risk) preferably across my area, since i do not have $250 on hand.
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Quoting GeorgiaStormz:


Last time i got hit was a hail storm with golfball sized hail in 05 for 5 minutes.
Yah last time I got hit by anything large was in 08 with baseball size hail. I rember my dad yelling, SHI* SHI* SHI* SHI*, as he ran outside trying to dodge the hailstones to get his car in. I thought he was about to go in the Darwin awards by getting hit by hail.
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Quoting SPLbeater:


your welcome. TAwx13 has 50% credit cu i dont know what PDS stands for nor what it does. :)

night all!

i shall return in de noon time tomorrow.

at church tomorrow morning, my DAD is preaching! im excited!!!


PDS watches are Particularly Dangerous Situation watches, which outline a significant threat of severe weather or tornadoes.

There are two types of PDS watches, PDS Tornado and PDS Severe Thunderstorm.

PDS Tornado Watches are used when long-lived, damaging tornadoes are possible.

PDS Severe Thunderstorm Watches are used when severe damaging winds are expected (large Derecho events...or bow echos), but the tornado probability remains low. These watches are issued very rarely, and I've never seen one. I can go look for one though.

Just the basic rundown...
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Please come to GA. Last time I got hit by any really large hail was back in I believe 2008 or 2007. I also got hit with a EF-1, not my home but a farm my family owns in Newnan. Had to replace a ton of fence and several sheds. The day before was also epic if I remember. A lone supercell hit Atlanta. Video of the Nader hitting the GA dome. Link


Last time i got hit was a hail storm with golfball sized hail in 05 for 5 minutes.
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Quoting SPLbeater:


your welcome. TAwx13 has 50% credit cu i dont know what PDS stands for nor what it does. :)

night all!

i shall return in de noon time tomorrow.

at church tomorrow morning, my DAD is preaching! im excited!!!

Well have a goodnight (facepalm).
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Ok so it was just a few PDS watchs. Thanks for the info.


your welcome. TAwx13 has 50% credit cu i dont know what PDS stands for nor what it does. :)

night all!

i shall return in de noon time tomorrow.

at church tomorrow morning, my DAD is preaching! im excited!!!

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Quoting SPLbeater:


we aint had a high risk this year..so far. had a few moderates :D
Ok so it was just a few PDS watchs. Thanks for the info.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Lol I could get a lot more specific than that. Also did we already have a high risk event or was that just a few PDS watches?

January 22-23 is our current largest outbreak of the year, and it was a Moderate risk with PDS watches.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Lol I could get a lot more specific than that. Also did we already have a high risk event or was that just a few PDS watches?


we aint had a high risk this year..so far. had a few moderates :D
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5.9 just hit Taiwan. Lets see if it gets upgraded or downgraded. Link
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I just made myself a sign.

It has a picture of all 4 tornado alleys, and in a font size of 72 underneath,

PROUD MEMBER OF CAROLINA ALLEY!!!!!

lol
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Let's not get too specific there. :P

If the current models were to pan out, it'd probably be the biggest event so far this year.
Lol I could get a lot more specific than that. Also did we already have a high risk event or was that just a few PDS watches?
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Alright now I'm really intrested, how large of an outbreak are we talking about if the models pan out? A high risk event?

Let's not get too specific there. :P

If the current models were to pan out, it'd probably be the biggest event so far this year.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Alright now I'm really intrested, how large of an outbreak are we talking about if the models pan out? A high risk event?


my dream outlook would be for my region(GA, FL, SC, NC):


Categorical outlook: High

Tornado Probability: 2%

Hail Probability: 15%

Damaging Wind Probability: 100%

:D
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
ides of march
Am I the only person who enjoyed reading Julius Ceasar?
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

If the models were to come true...I don't think you would want this.
Alright now I'm really intrested, how large of an outbreak are we talking about if the models pan out? A high risk event?
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
As of note, I'd watch March 1-3 (Thursday-Saturday) as models have been continuously showing a huge outbreak of Severe Weather across the Southern states (Dixie Alley).

Still too far out for details.


I am a proud member of Carolina Alley!!
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1051. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:


Thanks you for the name answer.


you're welcome.
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Quoting HadesGodWyvern:


Irina


Thanks you for the name answer.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Please come to GA. Last time I got hit by any really large hail was back in I believe 2008 or 2007. I also got hit with a EF-1, not my home but a farm my family owns in Newnan. Had to replace a ton of fence and several sheds. The day before was also epic if I remember. A lone supercell hit Atlanta. Video of the Nader hitting the GA dome. Link

If the models were to come true...I don't think you would want this.
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1048. KEEPEROFTHEGATE (Mod)
Quoting Patrap:
Hang on to your faculties as we go into March.

The Sun

Purim

Iran

False Flags

ides of march
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1047. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:


What will be the name for this system if it gets it?


Irina

"Naming List"(for future reference
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Quoting SPLbeater:


SPLbeater will be its name.


Is not funny as Madagascar is once again on the line of fire.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
As of note, I'd watch March 1-3 (Thursday-Saturday) as models have been continuously showing a huge outbreak of Severe Weather across the Southern states (Dixie Alley).

Still too far out for details.
Please come to GA. Last time I got hit by any really large hail was back in I believe 2008 or 2007. I also got hit with a EF-1, not my home but a farm my family owns in Newnan. Had to replace a ton of fence and several sheds. The day before was also epic if I remember. A lone supercell hit Atlanta. Video of the Nader hitting the GA dome. Link
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As of note, I'd watch March 1-3 (Thursday-Saturday) as models have been continuously showing a huge outbreak of Severe Weather across the Southern states (Dixie Alley).

Still too far out for details.
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1043. LargoFl
AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TAMPA BAY RUSKIN FL
840 PM EST SAT FEB 25 2012

.UPDATE...
AT 810 PM EST DATA FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR
WAS SHOWING A FEW LINES OF SHOWERS CONFINED TO THE NORTHERN-MOST
PORTIONS OF THE CWA. CURRENT 20-30 POPS FOR THE NATURE COAST SEEMS
REASONABLE SO FAR. STRM LINE ANALYSIS STILL DEPICTS UPPER/MID LVL
FLOW AND A SHORT WAVE THROUGH BRINGING A LARGE AREA OF MOISTURE
ACROSS THE STATE BEGINNING LATER TONIGHT AND THROUGH SUNDAY.

A BREAK IN THE CLOUD COVER LATE IN THE AFTERNOON BROUGHT SOME
CONCERNS OF ALLOWING FOR FASTER COOLING AT THE SURFACE DURING THE
EVENING HOURS...BUT A PUSH OF MID/UPPER LVL DECKS HAVE HELPED IN
KEEPING TEMPS BASICALLY RIGHT AT FORECAST VALUES. THEREFORE...NO
SIGNIFICANT CHANGES TO INHERITED FORECAST ARE NEEDED ATTM.

EXPECT INCREASING SHOWERS ACROSS THE AREA TOWARDS SUNRISE AND
PREVAILING ALL DAY SUNDAY.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Wednesday? Definitely not...the Severe Weather threat should be decreasing from the previous day.

Tuesday on the other hand at least has the potential to be a decent Severe Weather/Tornado outbreak. The main limiting factors here though is that the main upper air forcing will be located to the north of the prime area for Severe Weather, and there is question to how much destabilization will occur across Arkansas, the area with the highest severe weather threat at this time, due to cloud cover.

Nonetheless, we could be looking at an event up there with January 22-23. Judging on the SPC forecaster tomorrow morning for the Day 3 Convective Outlook, we could be looking at a 30% area.
Hate this time of year nothing is really going on. No sports except B-Ball, no tropic,no large tornado outbreaks (15% torando SPC), school is in the middle of the last semester, and no snow. This has become my least favorite time of year.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
So is Wensday looking to be the biggest possible severe weather outbreak of the year so far? Also saw the radar software comments, I think we should pool some money together invest in some stocks and buy GR2A for everyone on the blog. Nothing could go wrong right?



No, dont do that....instead, lets just pool money together and invest in stocks, then we buy GR2A for everyone on the blog.

it is more simple then what your saying.


lol
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
So is Wensday looking to be the biggest possible severe weather outbreak of the year so far? Also saw the radar software comments, I think we should pool some money together invest in some stocks and buy GR2A for everyone on the blog. Nothing could go wrong right?

Wednesday? Definitely not...the Severe Weather threat should be decreasing from the previous day.

Tuesday on the other hand at least has the potential to be a decent Severe Weather/Tornado outbreak. The main limiting factors here though is that the main upper air forcing will be located to the north of the prime area for Severe Weather, and there is question to how much destabilization will occur across Arkansas, the area with the highest severe weather threat at this time, due to cloud cover.

Nonetheless, we could be looking at an event up there with January 22-23. Depending on which forecaster does the Day 3 Convective Outlook tomorrow, we could be looking at a 30% area.

...and that's a lot of people to buy GR2Analyst for, lol.
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1038. LargoFl
Quoting washingtonian115:
It was early morining we're they were gusting more insane than they are right now.I stared outside my window for 30 minutes non stop!!!.
gee hope there wasnt too much damage around you there, alot of people last night lost tree's etc
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February 26, 2012 – INCOMING CME: Analysts at the Goddard Space Weather Lab say a coronal mass ejection (CME) will hit Earth’s magnetic field on Feb. 26th at 13:30 UT (+/- 7 hr). The impact could spark a G2-class geomagnetic storm. –Space Weather
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Why the worry?

Wyoming House advances doomsday bill

By JEREMY PELZER Star-Tribune capital bureau | Posted: Friday, February 24, 2012 6:00 pm | (23) Comments

CHEYENNE — State representatives on Friday advanced legislation to launch a study into what Wyoming should do in the event of a complete economic or political collapse in the United States.

House Bill 85 passed on first reading by a voice vote. It would create a state-run government continuity task force, which would study and prepare Wyoming for potential catastrophes, from disruptions in food and energy supplies to a complete meltdown of the federal government.

The task force would look at the feasibility of

Wyoming issuing its own alternative currency, if needed. And House members approved an amendment Friday by state Rep. Kermit Brown, R-Laramie, to have the task force also examine conditions under which Wyoming would need to implement its own military draft, raise a standing army, and acquire strike aircraft and an aircraft carrier.

The bill’s sponsor, state Rep. David Miller, R-Riverton, has said he doesn’t anticipate any major crises hitting America anytime soon. But with the national debt exceeding $15 trillion and protest movements growing around the country, Miller said Wyoming — which has a comparatively good economy and sound state finances — needs to make sure it’s protected should any unexpected emergency hit the U.S.

Several House members spoke in favor of the legislation, saying there was no harm in preparing for the worst.

“I don’t think there’s anyone in this room today what would come up here and say that this country is in good shape, that the world is stable and in good shape — because that is clearly not the case,” state Rep. Lorraine Quarberg, R-Thermopolis, said. “To put your head in the sand and think that nothing bad’s going to happen, and that we have no obligation to the citizens of the state of Wyoming to at least have the discussion, is not healthy.”

Wyoming’s Department of Homeland Security already has a statewide crisis management plan, but it doesn’t cover what the state should do in the event of an extreme nationwide political or economic collapse. In recent years, lawmakers in at least six states have introduced legislation to create a state currency, all unsuccessfully.

The task force would include state lawmakers, the director of the Wyoming Department of Homeland Security, the Wyoming attorney general and the Wyoming National Guard’s adjutant general, among others.

The bill must pass two more House votes before it would head to the Senate for consideration. The original bill appropriated $32,000 for the task force, though the Joint Appropriations Committee slashed that number in half earlier this week.

University of Wyoming political science professor Jim King said the potential for a complete unraveling of the U.S. government and economy is “astronomically remote” in the foreseeable future.

But King noted that the federal government set up a Continuity of Government Commission in 2002, of which former U.S. Sen. Al Simpson, R-Wyo., was co-chairman. However, King said he didn’t know of any states that had established a similar board.

Contact capital bureau reporter Jeremy Pelzer at 307-632-1244 or jeremy.pelzer@trib,com

Read more: http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/govt-and-p olitics/wyoming-house-advances-doomsday-bill/artic le_af6e1b2b-0ca4-553f-85e9-92c0f58c00bd.html#ixzz1 nSDQdaov
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Man, you're obsessed with bow echos aren't you?

Your best best of severe weather, if there is any left by that time, will be Wednesday night.
So is Wensday looking to be the biggest possible severe weather outbreak of the year so far? Also saw the radar software comments, I think we should pool some money together invest in some stocks and buy GR2A for everyone on the blog. Nothing could go wrong right?
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On Wednesday night, i want to see a black square box sitting over me in the filtered reports.
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1033. LargoFl
Quoting HadesGodWyvern:
Madagascar Meteorological Warning For 92S

Warning Nr NR02/11 26/02/2012 0100 UTC --
System / PERTURBATION TROPICALE --
Name UNNAMED
Position NEAR 13° 7 S - 51° 7 E 26/02/2012 0000 UTC --
Estimated minimum central Pressure 998 HPA --
Maxi average wind (10 mn) near the centre 25 KT --
Gust maxi / Rafales maxi --
CI Number (Dvorak scale) CI 2.0 --
Movement over the past 06 hours W/WNW 14 KT (26 KM/H) --

Other information THE SYSTEM SHOULD MAKE LANDFALL ON THE NORTH-EAST OF MADAGASCAR IN THE NEXT 6 HOURS
gee those people are really getting hit this year huh
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Man, you're obsessed with bow echos aren't you?

Your best best of severe weather, if there is any left by that time, will be Wednesday night.


no, NO, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!I cant stand another convective band of rain and heavy wind passing outside, while i am wrapped up in my bedsheets trying to sleep!!next time, i shall run outside in my PJ's and get some o dat wind!!



good thing i let that out. feel better now. :D

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Quoting SPLbeater:


whats cooking for meeeeeeeeeeee.......when is MY best chance for a bow echo?

:D:D

Man, you're obsessed with bow echos aren't you?

Your best best of severe weather, if there is any left by that time, will be Wednesday night.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Tuesday will be your best bet.


yea? ok good deal ill have to try it out then. latest forecast shows 992mb dont know if it will affect me all the way down here in mobile
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

Tuesday will be your best bet, and then definitely on Friday/Saturday.


whats cooking for meeeeeeeeeeee.......when is MY best chance for a bow echo?

:D:D
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Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:


What will be the name for this system if it gets it?


SPLbeater will be its name.
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Quoting wxmod:


You are going to have to adjust your idea of 'possible', if not tomorrow, then soon.


I'll adjust my idea of possible when I see some validated peer reviewed science that backs up such a wild claim. Altering synoptic scale weather patterns takes a hell of a lot more than seeding some clouds.

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Quoting WDEmobmet:
not much to look at but maybe something will pop up in before the end of my trial

Tuesday will be your best bet, and then definitely on Friday/Saturday.
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not much to look at but maybe something will pop up in before the end of my trial
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Quoting ScottLincoln:


Try this as your polling director for GR2Analyst:
http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/data/nexrd2/raw/


Awesome thanks man

Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

To add this, File > Configure Polling > Add


Took me a second but I figured it out. thank
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Quoting ScottLincoln:


Try this as your polling director for GR2Analyst:
http://mesonet.agron.iastate.edu/data/nexrd2/raw/

To add this, File > Configure Polling > Add
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1021. HadesGodWyvern (Mod)
Madagascar Meteorological Warning For 92S

Warning Nr NR02/11 26/02/2012 0100 UTC --
System / PERTURBATION TROPICALE --
Name UNNAMED
Position NEAR 13° 7 S - 51° 7 E 26/02/2012 0000 UTC --
Estimated minimum central Pressure 998 HPA --
Maxi average wind (10 mn) near the centre 25 KT --
Gust maxi / Rafales maxi --
CI Number (Dvorak scale) CI 2.0 --
Movement over the past 06 hours W/WNW 14 KT (26 KM/H) --

Other information THE SYSTEM SHOULD MAKE LANDFALL ON THE NORTH-EAST OF MADAGASCAR IN THE NEXT 6 HOURS
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