Hurricane Barbara Hits Mexico; Severe Weather Outbreak Continues in Midwest

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 3:29 PM GMT on May 30, 2013

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The Eastern Pacific's Hurricane Barbara is still alive as a tropical depression at the edge of the Atlantic's Gulf of Mexico, and has the potential to gain new life as an Atlantic tropical cyclone later today. Barbara made landfall near 4 pm EDT (1 pm PDT) May 29, 2013, on Mexico's Bay of Tehuantepec coast, as a Category 1 hurricane with 75 mph winds. The storm killed two people, and brought heavy rains of 16.02" (407mm) to Arriaga in the state of Chiapas in an 18-hour period. Barbara remains a serious rainfall threat today. The storm intensified remarkably rapidly, becoming a hurricane just 21 hours after it became a tropical depression. According to NOAA's Historical Hurricane Tracks website, only one other Eastern Pacific hurricane has ever made landfall in May--Category 1 Hurricane Agatha of 1971, which hit Mexico west of Acapulco. Barbara is just the 2nd hurricane ever to make landfall in the Bay of Tehuantepec (the other: Category 1 Hurricane Rick of 1997.) Barbara's formation date of May 28 was the 2nd earliest appearance of the Eastern Pacific's 2nd named storm of the year; the record earliest second storm of the year occurred just last year, on May 21, 2012 (Tropical Storm Bud.) The average date for the formation of the Eastern Pacific's 2nd storm is June 25. Barbara's landfall location was the most easterly on record for an East Pacific hurricane. Records of Eastern Pacific hurricanes go back to 1949, but aren't really reliable until 1966.


Figure 1. MODIS satellite image of Hurricane Barbara taken at 4:30 pm EDT on May 29, 2013. At the time, Barbara was making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane with 75 mph winds. Image credit: NASA.

Barbara survived its overnight crossing of Mexico's Isthmus of Tehuantepec with its circulation intact, but lost nearly all of its heavy thunderstorm activity. This morning, the center of Barbara was located just inland from the southernmost waters of the Gulf of Mexico's Bay of Campeche. Barbara was drifting northwest, towards open water, at 3 mph. With wind shear a moderate 10 - 20 knots over Barbara, the storm has the potential to be classified as an Atlantic tropical depression later today if its center emerges over water. However, latest satellite loops have shown a steady reduction in the storm's heavy thunderstorms this morning, and Barbara may lose its circulation before it has time take advantage of the Gulf of Mexico's warm waters. Since Barbara is a small storm, the moderate wind shear may be too great for it to withstand. None of the reliable computer models predict that Barbara will survive into Friday. If Barbara is able to re-intensify to a tropical storm, it would keep the name Barbara, becoming the first Atlantic storm ever to have an Eastern Pacific name. Formerly, Eastern Pacific storms crossing into the Atlantic would be given a new name, but a recent NHC policy change allows storms to keep their names when they cross from one ocean basin to another. If Barbara were to dissipate before reaching the Gulf, then its remnants regenerate into a tropical storm in the Gulf, it would be named Andrea. If you want to discuss this year's hurricane season via Twitter, AP will be doing a hurricane twitter chat today (Thursday) at 1 p.m. EDT: #APStormChat; the National Hurricane Center is doing a hurricane chat at 2 pm EDT: #HurriChat.

Double ocean tropical cyclones: a rare breed
According to the Hurricane FAQ, since 1923 there have been four East Pacific tropical storms or hurricanes that have maintained their circulations while crossing into the Atlantic Ocean, becoming tropical storms in the Atlantic Ocean:

Northeast Pacific Tropical Storm Alma (May 2008) became a remnant low in the Atlantic, where it merged with another tropical wave which generated Atlantic Tropical Storm Arthur. Arthur hit Belize as a tropical storm, killing nine and doing $78 million in damage.

Northeast Pacific Hurricane Cosme became Atlantic Tropical Storm Allison in June 1989. Allison hit Texas as a tropical storm, and heavy rains from Allison--up to 30" in some regions of Texas and Louisiana--triggered floods that killed eleven people and did $1 billion in damage. (A later incarnation of Tropical Storm Allison in 2001 also hit Texas, and caused such extensive flooding that its name was retired.)

An unnamed Northeast Pacific Tropical Storm (September-October 1949) became Atlantic Hurricane (Storm #10) and hit Freeport, Texas as a Category 4 hurricane, killing two people.

An unnamed Northeast Pacific Tropical Storm (October 1923) became Atlantic Hurricane (Storm #6) and made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane in Louisiana.

There have been eight Atlantic tropical storms or hurricanes that have maintained their circulations while crossing into the East Pacific Ocean, and were then tropical storms in that ocean.


Figure 2. Severe weather outlook for Thursday, May 30, calls for a "Slight Risk" of severe weather over much of the Midwest. You can follow today's severe weather outbreak from our Severe Weather page.

Multi-day severe weather outbreak in the Midwest brings more tornadoes and flooding
It was an active day for tornadoes in the Midwest on Wednesday, with NOAA's Storm Prediction Center (SPC) logging 23 preliminary tornado reports. Twisters touched down in Nebraska, Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Iowa, and Wisconsin. The tornadoes missed heavily populated areas, and no injuries and only minor damage was reported. The latest forecast from NOAA's Storm Prediction Center call for a "Moderate Risk" of severe weather today (Thursday) over much of Oklahoma, with the potential for several strong EF-2 and EF-3 tornadoes.


Figure 3. Five-day rainfall forecast for the period ending at 7am EDT Tuesday, June 4, calls for very heavy rains of 3 - 5" over much of Missouri. Image credit: NOAA/HPC.

As discussed by wunderground's weather historian Christopher C. Burt in his latest post, Some Phenomenal Rainfalls the Past Week in the U.S., the country has seen a lot of very heavy rainfall over the past week that has caused serious flooding. Of particular concern is Iowa, where Governor Terry Branstad issued a disaster proclamation on Tuesday for 13 Iowa counties, due to recent storms and flooding.The Iowa State Climatologist, Harry Hillaker, announced on May 29th that this has been the wettest spring (March-May) on record for the state since records began 141 years ago. A state average of 16.4” has been preliminarily reported. The previous wettest spring was 15.5” way back in 1892. He warned that “Iowa is at a tipping point for a major flood event”. Rains of 1 - 2" are expected over Eastern Iowa the remainder of the this week, which will keep most rivers above flood stage. Another round of rains of 1 - 2" are likely on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week, when the next storm system rolls through. That system also has the potential to bring a severe weather outbreak to the Midwest.

Jeff Masters

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AussieStorm in #729 is the problem. Just minus and hide that comment, and all will be well...
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Good to see everybody again still alive and kicking!
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Quoting KoritheMan:
Who stretched the page? o_o



AussieStorm did when he posted his link



the mods sould re move his post too fix the blog
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my page seems to have shrunk
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that link to hurricane hollow is skewing the comments.
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Who stretched the page? o_o
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ooops yes I am too
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With the disappointing failure of Barbara to make it into the Gulf of Mexico as a viable tropical cyclone, and Invest 91E gradually dissipating amidst unfavorable environmental conditions, I will be taking a temporary and much-needed break from forecasting, pending the arrival of the purported Gulf of Mexico tropical cyclone seen in the model fields next week.

This does not mean, however, that I have in any fashion taken my eyes off things. I will still be analyzing synoptic and satellite data on a daily basis, and checking the models. I will also be watching any severe weather we get during that time, and if I see anything I find particularly interesting or relevant with the two, I will post something about it.

Just saying. You all have a good day.
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Quoting Astrometeor:


Hmm, now that Taz has posted, I have also noticed I can't see the SHOW feature. Don't know if this is a good thing or not. (love you taz)



i love you two
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im not having a problem with chrome
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Quoting Patrap:
fine in chrome here


Hmm, now that Taz has posted, I have also noticed I can't see the SHOW feature. Don't know if this is a good thing or not. (love you taz)
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Quoting Torito:
Invest 91E is regenerating after being completely devoid of convection earlier today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Note: NO, that is not 75 question marks, as someone likes to count them.




91E looks like joes part 2
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fine in chrome here
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Be back in a little bit. Then Ill make a new blog.
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Quoting Astrometeor:


Same here, I have the posts shifted over to the side a tad. Refreshing didn't help.



yep it was AussieStorm too fix it this put him on ignore list for now and you can re move him later
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Quoting ncstorm:
the blog is messed up for me and Im using firefox..


Same here, I have the posts shifted over to the side a tad. Refreshing didn't help.
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Quoting ncstorm:
the blog is messed up for me and Im using firefox..



i think AussieStorm was the one that messed it up
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the blog is messed up for me and Im using firefox..
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The Barometer Bob Show for May 30, 2013.
Guests will be:
Phil Klotzbach - CSU Hurricane Researcher
Richard Schwartz - Author of "Hurricanes and the Mid-Atlantic States"
and A very Special Guest to be announced during the show!

Video

Storm Chat
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Pat beat me. Knew should've updated the page before posting, lol.

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
654 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TULSA HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
NORTHWESTERN CHEROKEE COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL OKLAHOMA...
SOUTHERN MAYES COUNTY IN NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA...
NORTHEASTERN WAGONER COUNTY IN NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA...

* UNTIL 730 PM CDT

* AT 650 PM CDT...A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 8 MILES SOUTHWEST OF
CHOUTEAU...MOVING EAST AT 30 MPH. THIS IS A LIFE THREATENING
SITUATION!

* SOME LOCATIONS IN OR NEAR THE PATH OF THIS STORM INCLUDE...
CHOUTEAU...LOCUST GROVE...PEGGS AND ROSE.
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263
WFUS54 KTSA 302354
TORTSA
OKC021-097-145-310030-
/O.NEW.KTSA.TO.W.0034.130530T2354Z-130531T0030Z/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK
654 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TULSA HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
NORTHWESTERN CHEROKEE COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL OKLAHOMA...
SOUTHERN MAYES COUNTY IN NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA...
NORTHEASTERN WAGONER COUNTY IN NORTHEAST OKLAHOMA...

* UNTIL 730 PM CDT

* AT 650 PM CDT...A TORNADO WAS LOCATED 8 MILES SOUTHWEST OF
CHOUTEAU...MOVING EAST AT 30 MPH. THIS IS A LIFE THREATENING
SITUATION!

* SOME LOCATIONS IN OR NEAR THE PATH OF THIS STORM INCLUDE...
CHOUTEAU...LOCUST GROVE...PEGGS AND ROSE.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

IF NO UNDERGROUND SHELTER IS AVAILABLE MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON
THE LOWEST FLOOR. MOBILE HOMES AND VEHICLES SHOULD BE ABANDONED FOR
MORE SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER. AVOID WINDOWS!



LAT...LON 3627 9500 3625 9500 3625 9501 3617 9501
3616 9499 3600 9497 3600 9546 3607 9546
3608 9544 3618 9544
TIME...MOT...LOC 2354Z 259DEG 25KT 3609 9538
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GOES Imager Cloud Top Pressure
May 30, 2013 - 22:45 UTCGOES Imager Spectral Difference
May 30, 2013 - 22:45 UTCEach run gets a bit more interesting..
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Quoting HurricaneDean07:
New Portrait :D


Trying to change mine, too...but it refuses to. I'll wait a little longer.
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U.S. Storm Reports
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Wilson, OK reports a rotating wall cloud and a lowering funnel.

Also, trees fell on a car dealership in Illinois.

If anyone is wondering, TWC is on my TV about 5 feet from where I am sitting.
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Have 3 new portraits that I will be using throughout the years :)
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New Portrait :D
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SEL6

URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
TORNADO WATCH NUMBER 256
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
640 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013

THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF
CENTRAL AND EASTERN WISCONSIN
LAKE MICHIGAN

* EFFECTIVE THIS THURSDAY NIGHT AND FRIDAY MORNING FROM 640 PM
UNTIL 100 AM CDT.

* PRIMARY THREATS INCLUDE...
A FEW TORNADOES POSSIBLE
SEVERAL DAMAGING WIND GUSTS WITH A FEW SIGNIFICANT GUSTS TO 80
MPH POSSIBLE
A FEW LARGE HAIL EVENTS TO 1.5 INCHES IN DIAMETER POSSIBLE

THE TORNADO WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 90 STATUTE
MILES EAST AND WEST OF A LINE FROM 25 MILES NORTHEAST OF
RHINELANDER WISCONSIN TO 15 MILES SOUTHEAST OF JANESVILLE
WISCONSIN. FOR A COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE
ASSOCIATED WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU6).

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A TORNADO WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR
TORNADOES AND 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.

&&

OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...THIS TORNADO WATCH REPLACES TORNADO
WATCH NUMBER 250. WATCH NUMBER 250 WILL NOT BE IN EFFECT AFTER
640 PM CDT. CONTINUE...WW 251...WW 252...WW 253...WW 254...WW
255...

DISCUSSION...RISK FOR DAMAGING WIND GUSTS...PERHAPS A COUPLE OF
TORNADOES...PROBABLY WILL CONTINUE AT LEAST ANOTHER FEW HOURS WITH A
SQUALL LINE ADVANCING NORTHEASTWARD THROUGH CENTRAL AND EASTERN
WISCONSIN. BEFORE ACTIVITY WEAKENS IN A STABILIZING
ENVIRONMENT...GREATEST SEVERE THREAT PROBABLY EXISTS ACROSS
SOUTHEASTERN WISCONSIN...INCLUDING THE MILWAUKEE METROPOLITAN AREA
BY SHORTLY AFTER 01Z.

AVIATION...TORNADOES AND A FEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH HAIL
SURFACE AND ALOFT TO 1.5 INCHES. EXTREME TURBULENCE AND SURFACE
WIND GUSTS TO 70 KNOTS. A FEW CUMULONIMBI WITH MAXIMUM TOPS TO
500. MEAN STORM MOTION VECTOR 23040.


...KERR
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This is a quick view of the initial counties (WOU) product for WW 0256
Full watch page will be available shortly. Please check back soon.

WOUS64 KWNS 302338
WOU6

BULLETIN - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
TORNADO WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE FOR WT 256
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
640 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013

TORNADO WATCH 256 IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 100 AM CDT FOR THE
FOLLOWING LOCATIONS

WIC001-009-015-019-021-025-027-037-039-041-045-047 -049-053-055-
057-059-061-067-069-071-073-075-077-078-079-081-08 3-085-087-089-
097-101-105-111-115-117-119-125-127-131-133-135-13 7-139-141-
310600-
/O.NEW.KWNS.TO.A.0256.130530T2340Z-130531T0600Z/

WI
. WISCONSIN COUNTIES INCLUDED ARE

ADAMS BROWN CALUMET
CLARK COLUMBIA DANE
DODGE FLORENCE FOND DU LAC
FOREST GREEN GREEN LAKE
IOWA JACKSON JEFFERSON
JUNEAU KENOSHA KEWAUNEE
LANGLADE LINCOLN MANITOWOC
MARATHON MARINETTE MARQUETTE
MENOMINEE MILWAUKEE MONROE
OCONTO ONEIDA OUTAGAMIE
OZAUKEE PORTAGE RACINE
ROCK SAUK SHAWANO
SHEBOYGAN TAYLOR VILAS
WALWORTH WASHINGTON WAUKESHA
WAUPACA WAUSHARA WINNEBAGO
WOOD


LMZ643-644-645-646-669-671-673-675-310600-
/O.NEW.KWNS.TO.A.0256.130530T2340Z-130531T0600Z/

CW

. ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS INCLUDED ARE

SHEBOYGAN TO PORT WASHINGTON WI

PORT WASHINGTON TO NORTH POINT LIGHT WI

NORTH POINT LIGHT TO WIND POINT WI

WIND POINT WI TO WINTHROP HARBOR IL

LAKE MICHIGAN FROM SHEBOYGAN TO PORT WASHINGTON WI 5NM OFFSHORE
TO MID LAKE

LAKE MICHIGAN FROM PORT WASHINGTON TO NORTH POINT LIGHT WI 5NM
OFFSHORE TO MID LAKE

LAKE MICHIGAN FROM NORTH POINT LIGHT TO WIND POINT WI 5NM
OFFSHORE TO MID LAKE

LAKE MICHIGAN FROM WIND POINT WI TO WINTHROP HARBOR IL 5NM
OFFSHORE TO MID LAKE

ATTN...WFO...ARX...MKX...GRB...
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College of DuPage Meteorology
Severe Weather and Flash Flood Warnings

Note: This page will reload every 2 minutes. Warnings are listed with the most recent first.
Click on the station ID to bring up list of recent severe weather statements.

SVR T-STORM WARNING CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL - KLOT 642 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING MEMPHIS TN - KMEG 641 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING ST LOUIS MO - KLSX 638 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING NORMAN OK - KOUN 638 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
FLASH FLOOD WARNING LINCOLN IL - KILX 636 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING TULSA OK - KTSA 634 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING DETROIT/PONTIAC MI - KDTX 729 PM EDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING LITTLE ROCK AR - KLZK 629 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING QUAD CITIES IA IL - KDVN 629 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING OMAHA/VALLEY NEBRASKA - KOAX 629 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING MILWAUKEE/SULLIVAN WI - KMKX 628 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING LITTLE ROCK AR - KLZK 624 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING ST LOUIS MO - KLSX 624 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
SVR T-STORM WARNING LA CROSSE WI - KARX 623 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013

TORNADO WARNING NORMAN OK - KOUN 617 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013
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CARTER OK-JEFFERSON OK-LOVE OK-
636 PM CDT THU MAY 30 2013

...A TORNADO WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 700 PM CDT FOR
SOUTHWESTERN CARTER...EASTERN JEFFERSON AND NORTHWESTERN LOVE
COUNTIES...

AT 631 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE METEOROLOGISTS WERE
TRACKING A STORM WITH A HISTORY OF PRODUCING FUNNEL CLOUDS LOCATED 4
MILES NORTHEAST OF GRADY...MOVING EAST AT 15 MPH. A TORNADO MAY FORM
AT ANY TIME.


IN ADDITION TO A TORNADO...LARGE DESTRUCTIVE HAIL UP TO TENNIS BALL
SIZE IS EXPECTED WITH THIS STORM.

LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
CORNISH...COURTNEY AND PETERSBURG.
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Quoting beell:




WPC Surface fronts at Day 5 (approx 120hrs). Your plot is for day 7 (168 hrs) Who knows?
:-)


Doesn't look like an incredibly potent front.
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Seems the Sun affects someone's Brain,even wit da big round Hat.

: )
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Invest 91E is regenerating after being completely devoid of convection earlier today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Note: NO, that is not 75 question marks, as someone likes to count them.

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Toronto Pearson Int'l Airport
Date: 7:00 PM EDT Thursday 30 May 2013
Condition:Partly Cloudy
Pressure:30.0 inches
Tendency:falling
Visibility:15 miles
Temperature:83.1°F
Dewpoint:66.4°F
Humidity:57%
Wind:SW 13 mph
Humidex: 95

city health dept has issued a EXTREME HEAT ALERT for tonight tomorrow and maybe till late sat afternoon when the cool down is to move in
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Quoting Torito:
LOL NVM I FOUND IT. xD
Just a tip: Just edit your own comment to inform that you have found what your are looking for. Uses less blog space. Also the use of caps should indicate to the readers that important information is being conveyed from the capitalized text. I would not consider what you posted important information.
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Quoting CosmicEvents:
Like posting bitcoin charts in the middle of active NWS tornado warnings multi-state? Is that ok?


Someone asked Patrap if Portlight would accept Bitcoin donations. So, the chart was indirectly on-topic.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
we reach 30c or 86f with humidex of 98f or 37c around 3 pm today cooling now down to 84 with humidex 96


Riverside, California (Airport)
Updated: 3:53 PM PDT on May 30, 2013
Clear
86 °F
Clear
Humidity: 36%
Dew Point: 56 °F
Wind: 10 mph from the West
Wind Gust: 18 mph
Pressure: 29.75 in (Steady)
Heat Index: 85 °F
Visibility: 10.0 miles
UV: 7 out of 16
Pollen: 4.70 out of 12
Pollen Forecast new!
Clouds:
Clear -
(Above Ground Level)
Elevation: 817 ft
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Quoting GTcooliebai:
The NOGAPS yes I'm still calling it the NOGAPS because I like the sounds of that better is showing a disorganized mess.


LOL..Im trying to be politically correct with using the new name but its still the nogaps to me as well

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LOL NVM I FOUND IT. xD
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Quoting CosmicEvents:
Like posting bitcoin charts in the middle of active NWS tornado warnings multi-state? Is that ok?


WAIT, did i miss something?LOLOL I never saw that.
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