TD 2-E a heavy rain threat to Mexico; 150th anniversary of only U.S. May hurricane

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 4:06 PM GMT on May 28, 2013

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Tropical depression Two-E has formed in the Eastern Pacific, centered about 200 miles west-southwest of the Mexico/Guatemala border. The storm will bring very heavy rains capable of causing dangerous flash floods and mudslides to Mexico's Bay of Tehuantepec area over the next 2 - 3 days. Radar out of Puerto Angel, Mexico shows that heavy rains have already pushed ashore along portions of the Mexican coast, and satellite loops show an impressive but moderately disorganized area of heavy thunderstorms associated with TD Two-E, with some spiral bands on the storm's south side. With wind shear a low 5 -10 knots and ocean temperatures a very warm 30°C, conditions are ripe for further development, and I expect TD Two-E will be a tropical storm when it makes landfall on Wednesday along the Mexican coast in the Bay of Tehuantepec. The storm is close enough to the coast that it is unlikely a hurricane can form before landfall.


Figure 1. Latest satellite image of TD Two-E.

Development unlikely in the Atlantic this week
If TD Two-E continues to push northwards late this week and cross into the Gulf of Mexico, conditions do not favor development of the disturbance into an Atlantic tropical depression, as wind shear is expected to be quite high over the Gulf late this week. None of the reliable computer models is calling for tropical cyclone development in the Atlantic during the next seven days. The Madden Julian Oscillation (MJO), a pattern of increased thunderstorm activity near the Equator that moves around the globe in 30 - 60 days, is currently located in the Eastern Pacific, but is weak and difficult to discern. According to NOAA's May 27 MJO discussion, there is an increased probability of tropical cyclone formation over both the Eastern Pacific and Caribbean this week, and over the Caribbean next week. The GFS model has been trying to spin up a tropical depression in the Western Caribbean or Gulf of Mexico next week in a number of its runs over the past few days, but these runs have been very inconsistent on the timing and location of such a development. Tropical cyclone genesis forecasts more than four days out are highly unreliable, and we should just view the GFS model's predictions of a tropical depression next week as a sign that we have an above-average chance of an Atlantic tropical cyclone forming then. The European (ECMWF) model has been much less enthusiastic about a tropical depression forming in the Atlantic next week.


Figure 2. Track of the May 28, 1863 hurricane--the only hurricane on record to hit the U.S. in May. Image credit: Mike Chenoweth and the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society.

150th anniversary of the only U.S. hurricane to make landfall in May
May 28 is the 150th anniversary of the only U.S. hurricane to make landfall in May--the May 28, 1863 hurricane that struck northwest Florida, killing at least 72 people. The hurricane hit nearly two weeks earlier than the next earliest U.S. landfalling hurricane, Hurricane Alma of June 9, 1966. (Tropical Storm Beryl of May 28, 2012 came close to being a May hurricane, bringing 70 mph winds to the coast near Jacksonville Beach, Florida.) According to a new paper by hurricane historians Mike Chenoweth and C. J. Mock, accepted for publication in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, "Among the most unusual and unexpected hurricanes in United States history is the only hurricane to make landfall in the month of May. This recently re-discovered storm that struck northwest Florida on 28 May 1863 created a natural disaster in the area that became lost to history because it was embedded in a much larger and important manmade event, in this case the U.S. Civil War. We document the arrival of this storm both historically and meteorologically and anachronistically name it Hurricane “Amanda” in honor of the Union ship driven ashore by the hurricane. The hurricane revealed deficiencies and strengths in combat readiness by both sides. Meteorologically, the storm nearly achieved major hurricane status at landfall and its absence from modern data bases of tropical cyclone activity is a useful reminder to users of important gaps in our knowledge of tropical cyclones even in the best-sampled storm basins."


Figure 3. Severe weather outlook for Tuesday, May 28, calls for a "Slight Risk" of severe weather over portions of the Midwest. You can follow today's severe weather outbreak from our Severe Weather page.

Multi-day severe weather outbreak in the Midwest continues today
It was an active day for tornadoes in the Midwest on Monday, with NOAA's Storm Prediction Center (SPC) logging fourteen preliminary tornado reports, mostly in Nebraska and Kansas. No damage or injuries were reported from these tornadoes, as they stayed over unpopulated rural areas. One tornado in North Central Nebraska was intercepted by the Tornado Intercept Vehicle 2 (TIV2), which reported EF-3 to EF-4 winds before the tornado ripped off their weather instruments (Video 1.) The latest forecasts from NOAA's Storm Prediction Center call for an active severe weather period all week in the Midwest, with a "Slight Risk" of severe weather Tuesday and Thursday, and a "Moderate Risk" on Wednesday.


Video 1. Stormchasers Brandon Ivey and Sean Casey drove the Tornado Intercept Vehicle 2 (TIV2) into a violent EF-3 or EF-4 wedge tornado northeast of Smith Center, Kansas on Monday, May 27, 2013. They estimated that wind speeds were 150 - 175 mph before the tornado ripped the instruments off the top of the TIV2. This video captures the intensity of the storm as it moves over the TIV2. Since the storm occurred near sunset and the thick clouds blocked out much of the sun, it's tough to see much except thick debris. To license this footage, contact ‪http://www.StormChasingVideo.com‬.

Wunderblogger Lee Grenci has a new post this morning, The Moore Tornado, describing how the rapid intensification of the May 20, 2013 Moore, Oklahoma tornado occurred.

Jeff Masters

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TD 02E
Looking at the loop included it would appear to be weakening

Image from RAMMB

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Two large tornadoes on the ground now!

EDIT -- now one, but the large wedge has to be a 1 1/2 a mile wide. Largest tornado I've ever seen live.
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Tropical depression Two-E new update at 8pm!!
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504
WUUS53 KTOP 282305
SVRTOP
KSC117-131-282330-
/O.NEW.KTOP.SV.W.0066.130528T2305Z-130528T2330Z/

BULLETIN - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
605 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TOPEKA HAS ISSUED A

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...
EAST CENTRAL MARSHALL COUNTY IN NORTHEAST KANSAS...
WEST CENTRAL NEMAHA COUNTY IN NORTHEAST KANSAS...

* UNTIL 630 PM CDT

* AT 602 PM CDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED NEAR FRANKFORT...
AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 25 MPH.

HAZARD...QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND 60 MPH WIND GUSTS.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED.

IMPACT...HAIL DAMAGE TO VEHICLES AND CROPS IS EXPECTED. EXPECT WIND
DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
FRANKFORT...VERMILLION...BAILEYVILLE AND CENTRALIA.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE WARNED AREA. TORNADOES CAN
DEVELOP QUICKLY FROM SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. ALTHOUGH ONE IS NOT
IMMEDIATELY LIKELY...IF A TORNADO IS SPOTTED...ACT QUICKLY AND MOVE
TO A PLACE OF SAFETY INSIDE A STURDY STRUCTURE...SUCH AS A BASEMENT
OR SMALL INTERIOR ROOM.

FOR YOUR PROTECTION MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
BUILDING.

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Looks like it's a slow mover in the middle of nowhere. It will die before it reaches anything is my guess.
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College of DuPage Meteorology
Severe Weather and Flash Flood Warnings


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Click on the station ID to bring up list of recent severe weather statements.

FLASH FLOOD WARNING KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MO - KEAX 603 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING DENVER CO - KBOU 500 PM MDT TUE MAY 28 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING CLEVELAND OH - KCLE 659 PM EDT TUE MAY 28 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING TOPEKA KS - KTOP 556 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING DODGE CITY KS - KDDC 555 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING DES MOINES IA - KDMX 553 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013

TORNADO WARNING TOPEKA KS - KTOP 551 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013
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Tony Mesias has it now with part-most of it visible. Seems to be a mile wide. Huge.

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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Omg its HUGE now.


Damn... Hope that doesn't hit a populated area.
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016
WUUS53 KTOP 282256
SVRTOP
KSC027-029-282330-
/O.NEW.KTOP.SV.W.0065.130528T2256Z-130528T2330Z/

BULLETIN - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TOPEKA KS
556 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TOPEKA HAS ISSUED A

* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR...
NORTHERN CLAY COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS...
EAST CENTRAL CLOUD COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS...

* UNTIL 630 PM CDT

* AT 554 PM CDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED NEAR
MILTONVALE...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 30 MPH.

HAZARD...PING PONG BALL SIZE HAIL AND 60 MPH WIND GUSTS.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED.

IMPACT...PEOPLE AND ANIMALS OUTDOORS WILL BE INJURED. EXPECT HAIL
DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING...WINDOWS...VEHICLES AND CROPS.
EXPECT WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
MORGANVILLE.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A TORNADO WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR THE WARNED AREA. TORNADOES CAN
DEVELOP QUICKLY FROM SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. ALTHOUGH ONE IS NOT
IMMEDIATELY LIKELY...IF A TORNADO IS SPOTTED...ACT QUICKLY AND MOVE
TO A PLACE OF SAFETY INSIDE A STURDY STRUCTURE...SUCH AS A BASEMENT
OR SMALL INTERIOR ROOM.

FOR YOUR PROTECTION MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
BUILDING.



LAT...LON 3957 9717 3939 9706 3937 9753 3950 9754
TIME...MOT...LOC 2257Z 236DEG 28KT 3941 9739

HAIL...1.50IN
WIND...60MPH
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Wow. Thank you. I saw a name of a town and thought it was from Minnesota. Just got on the blog and was confused but I'm now up to speed. Thanks for the software name, too.
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Topeka-Alma
NEXRAD Radar

Base Reflectivity 0.50° Elevation
Range 124 NMI

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Rainwrapped.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Tornado is very large on live streams.

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Wow! That's massive. It's hardly moving just like the last one.
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Omg its HUGE now.
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Looks like a mile wide tornado.
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Quoting juslivn:
#330 hurricanehunter, Where is that radar from please?
KTWX, Topeka. If your wondering what the software is its GR2A.
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#330 hurricanehunter, Where is that radar from please?
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Tornado is very large on live streams.

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Current Severe Map

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Image courtesy of Dick McGowan.

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Bet there is a tornado on the ground for this storm.


Idk what is up with my net but took me 5 min from that fist sentence I wrote till I was able to upload the image.
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Another large and extremely dangerous tornado on the ground in Kansas.

Today is supposed to be the quiet day.

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TIV2 (I think)
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Expedition 36 Trio has Launched and is on orbit to rendezvous with the ISS tonight.

Three new Expedition 36 crew members launched aboard the Soyuz TMA-09M spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 4:31 p.m. EDT Tuesday (2:31 a.m. Wednesday, Baikonur time) to begin an accelerated six-hour journey to the International Space Station.

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Large tornado on the ground in north central KS.
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A server thunderstorm warning has now been issued for Washington D.C..Prince Georges county Arlington and Fairfax V.A.
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Quoting Tazmanian:



hmmm 92E? its now TD 2E


Slip of the tongue Taz, you know I know better :P
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02E

RGB Loop

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From the Miami NWS Discussion...

THE GFS IS SHOWING A LOW LEVEL TROUGH DEVELOPING ACROSS THE
FLORIDA KEYS AND ALONG THE EAST COAST OF SOUTH FLORIDA. THIS WOULD
INCREASE THE PRESSURE GRADIENT...AND THE GFS SHOWS 25-30 KNOT
WINDS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC WATERS. THE ECMWF DEVELOPS AN INVERTED
TROUGH AS WELL...BUT WEAKER AND FURTHER EAST. HOWEVER...WINDS
ACROSS THE ATLANTIC WATERS WOULD STILL BE AROUND 20 KNOTS. THE 18Z
NAM IS ALSO MORE IN LINE WITH THE ECMWF FOR THE WINDS. SO
RECOMPUTED THE WINDS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC WATERS WITH A HIGHER
WEIGHT GIVEN TO THE ECMWF OVER THE WATERS. LET THE SCA CONTINUE
FOR THE OFFSHORE GULF WATERS...BUT WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO DIMINISH
THIS EVENING AND WILL CANCEL THE ADVISORY FOR THE 10 PM CWF
PACKAGE. THE SMALL CRAFT FOR WINDS WILL BE CHANGED TO A SMALL
CRAFT ADVISORY FOR WINDS AND WAVES ACROSS THE ATLANTIC WATERS AND
EXTENDED THROUGH 00Z ON THURSDAY. THIS WILL ALSO INCLUDE BISCAYNE
BAY FOR CONSISTENCY. SEAS ARE EXPECTED TO INCREASE TO 6 TO
POSSIBLY 7 FEET ON WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT ACROSS MUCH OF
THE ATLANTIC. POP GUIDANCE FOR WEDNESDAY HAS
INCREASED...ESPECIALLY FOR THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE REGION. THE
GFS AND ECMWF MOS HAS CATEGORICAL POPS FOR AT LEAST THE MIAMI-DADE
AREA...WITH LIKELY ELSEWHERE. PWATS ARE EXPECTED TO INCREASE TO 2+
INCHES...AN INVERTED TROUGH MAY BE ALONG THE COAST...AND WEAK
UPPER TROUGHING SUPPORTED TRENDING POPS IN THAT DIRECTION.
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Quoting CybrTeddy:
I'm curious about how these two features (the area of convection near the Yucatan and 92E) might interact in the next few days as 92E begins to be drawn north.



hmmm 92E? its now TD 2E
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14 inches of rain fallen on the Koolau mountains on Oahu.



Persistent heavy rain continues over the Koolau mountains.

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I hear the thunder now with darkening skies out warning might be put up soon according to Sue.
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Flash flood warning for my area on Oahu.

FLASH FLOOD WARNING
HIC003-290115-
/O.NEW.PHFO.FF.W.0043.130528T2219Z-130529T0115Z/
/00000.0.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000 Z.OO/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
FLASH FLOOD WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HONOLULU HI
1219 PM HST TUE MAY 28 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN HONOLULU HAS ISSUED A

* FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR...
THE ISLAND OF OAHU IN HONOLULU COUNTY

* UNTIL 315 PM HST

* AT 1219 PM HST...RADAR SHOWED HEAVY SHOWERS EXTENDING FROM THE
KOOLAU MOUNTAINS NEAR THE H-3 HIGHWAY NORTHWEST TO NEAR PUPUKEA.
RAINFALL RATES HAVE BRIEFLY EXCEEDED 3 INCHES PER HOUR AT TIMES IN
SOME SPOTS. RUNOFF FROM PERSISTENT HEAVY RAINS CAN RESULT IN FLASH
FLOODING OF STREAMS DRAINING OUT OF THE KOOLAU MOUNTAIN RANGE.

* OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO
PUNALUU...WAIAHOLE...WAIKANE...WAHIAWA...LAIE...KA NEOHE...KAHUKU
AND HAUULA.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A FLASH FLOOD WARNING MEANS FLASH FLOODING IS IMMINENT OR OCCURRING
IN STREAMS...ROADS AND LOW LYING AREAS. MOVE TO HIGHER GROUND NOW.

DO NOT CROSS FAST FLOWING OR RISING WATER IN YOUR VEHICLE OR ON FOOT.
TURN AROUND...DON/T DROWN.

&&

THIS FLASH FLOOD WARNING REPLACES THE FLOOD ADVISORY THAT WAS IN
EFFECT FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU IN HONOLULU COUNTY.

THIS WARNING MAY NEED TO BE EXTENDED BEYOND 315 PM HST IF FLASH
FLOODING PERSISTS.

LAT...LON 2175 15797 2147 15779 2131 15778 2141 15797
2163 15812

$$
R BALLARD
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Another view of the tornado E of Corning.
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Quoting Qazulight:



So...Will this fill up Lake Travis and Lake Buchanan?

Cheers
Qazulight


I live in Austin and it will take a ton of rain to fill Lake Buchanan... It is super low..
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Quoting hydrus:
The west side needs some. .


You can have mine then...
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I'm curious about how these two features (the area of convection near the Yucatan and TD2E) might interact in the next few days as TD2E begins to be drawn north.
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Quoting SouthCentralTx:
Here we go again... Flooding possible....


FLOOD WATCH
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO TX
416 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013

...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM 7 AM THROUGH 7 PM WEDNESDAY
ALONG AND EAST OF A LINE FROM BURNET TO BANDERA TO DERBY FOR LOCALLY
HEAVY RAINS AND FLASH FLOODING...

.AN UPPER LEVEL DISTURBANCE IS EXPECTED TO EJECT ANTICIPATED BURRO
(MEXICAN PLATEAU) THUNDERSTORMS INTO FAR WESTERN SECTIONS OF SOUTH
CENTRAL TEXAS THIS EVENING. THE STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO PROPAGATE
FURTHER EAST INTO THE RIO GRANDE PLAINS OVERNIGHT WITH SOME SEVERE
STORMS POSSIBLE. AS THE STORMS PROPAGATE FURTHER EASTWARD INTO THE HILL
COUNTRY AND CENTRAL PORTIONS OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS DURING THE DAY
WEDNESDAY...THE MAINTAINED CONVECTIVE COMPLEX WILL ENCOUNTER DEEP GULF
MOISTURE AND MODERATE INSTABILITIES. THIS WILL RESULT IN THE COMPLEX
TRANSITIONING FROM ONE THAT PRODUCES SEVERE WEATHER (HAIL...DAMAGING
WINDS) TO ONE THAT PRODUCES HEAVY RAINFALL. WITH ALREADY SATURATED
GROUND CONDITIONS...ANY FURTHER DEVELOPMENT OF HEAVY RAINS OVER
THE WATCH AREA COULD RESULT IN RAPID RUNOFF AND RESULTANT FLASH
FLOODING.

TXC013-019-021-029-031-053-055-091-123-149-163-17 7-187-209-255-
259-285-287-325-453-491-493-290530-
/O.NEW.KEWX.FF.A.0003.130529T1200Z-130530T0000Z/
/00000.0.ER.000000T0000Z.000000T0000Z.000000T0000 Z.OO/
ATASCOSA-BANDERA-BASTROP-BEXAR-BLANCO-BURNET-CALD WELL-COMAL-
DEWITT-FAYETTE-FRIO-GONZALES-GUADALUPE-HAYS-KARNE S-KENDALL-LAVACA-
LEE-MEDINA-TRAVIS-WILLIAMSON-WILSON-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...PLEASANTON...BANDERA...BASTROP...
SAN ANTONIO...BLANCO...BURNET...LOCKHART...NEW BRAUNFELS...
CUERO...LA GRANGE...PEARSALL...GONZALES...SEGUIN...SAN MARCOS...
KARNES CITY...BOERNE...HALLETTSVILLE...GIDDINGS...HONDO.. .
AUSTIN...GEORGETOWN...FLORESVILLE
416 PM CDT TUE MAY 28 2013

...FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH
WEDNESDAY EVENING...

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN AUSTIN/SAN ANTONIO HAS ISSUED A

* FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES IN SOUTH CENTRAL
TEXAS...ATASCOSA...BANDERA...BASTROP...BEXAR...BLA NCO...
BURNET...CALDWELL...COMAL...DEWITT...FAYETTE...FRI O...
GONZALES...GUADALUPE...HAYS...KARNES...KENDALL...L AVACA...
LEE...MEDINA...TRAVIS...WILLIAMSON AND WILSON.

* FROM WEDNESDAY MORNING THROUGH WEDNESDAY EVENING

* HEAVY RAINS MAY DEVELOP DURING THE DAY WEDNESDAY. RAINFALL
AMOUNTS WILL AVERAGE 1 TO 3 INCHES WITH ISOLATED 5 INCHES
POSSIBLE.



So...Will this fill up Lake Travis and Lake Buchanan?

Cheers
Qazulight
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Quoting HurricaneDean07:

It is the HWRF. Over intensifies most storms.
Lol..Like the NAM model.
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rain and storms south central Ontario
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A thunderstorm with hail and intense lightning is headed for me..lovely -_-
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Quoting wxchaser97:

If I get anything I'll be sure to get pics.
heard they had another one north of ann arbor and west of Detroit!
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Unfortunately, you are correct gWPB.
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Convection has been decreasing on the tropical depression due to diurnal minimum.

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Quoting GeoffreyWPB:
Looks like Florida is going to be wet for a while...

The west side needs some. .
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