I'm a high school student. While I follow all modes of weather, I am most intrigued by severe/tornadic storms.
By: TheOnlyBravesFan, 1:42 PM GMT on July 27, 2012
The SPC has outlooked parts of the eastern US under a slight risk, including where I live.... AWESOME!!! See below, will post forecasts and warnings later.
By: TheOnlyBravesFan, 5:02 PM GMT on July 26, 2012
Severe Thunderstorms Over Mid Atlantic and Northeast Today
The SPC has outlooked much of the Mid-Atlantic, Eastern Ohio River Valley for a moderate risk of severe storms, mainly with a damaging wind threat. However, hail, and some isolated tornadoes are possible. People from Louisville to Indy eastwards to Boston and Baltimore need to be on alert. New York City, Philly, Pittsburgh, and Cleveland under the gun as well. Damaging winds near 70mph are likely to occur today, esp. with the squall line forming along the cold front. Keep up to date on latest weather conditions and take preparations now to be ready for any storms.
For more details, please visit Dr. Masters' Blog, here
Updated: 5:13 PM GMT on July 26, 2012
By: TheOnlyBravesFan, 1:43 AM GMT on July 11, 2012
Check out this video my weather camp-mates videod (with my camera) of a rotating wall cloud outside of D.C.
Howard University Wall Cloud
Updated: 1:49 AM GMT on July 11, 2012
By: TheOnlyBravesFan, 4:20 PM GMT on July 08, 2012
According to TWC, cooler days are ahead. And we could really use them. After enduring over a week of temperatures where much of the country reached 100 degrees, with heat indices well over 110 as well. An end is in sight, however, with cooler temperatures expected by mid-week. Highs will likely be in the low to mid 90s rather than over 100. Welcome relief, I say.
Updated: 4:41 PM GMT on July 08, 2012
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