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  • MNstorms
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    Persistent band of showers and isolated thunderstorms continued to move northeast across parts of central and northeast Missouri as well as west central Illinois.  There has been some locally heavy rainfall in this band, with radar estimates of up to 3" in Monroe County Missouri.  This band is occurring in an area of elongated moisture convergence to the north of a stalled front that extends from southwest Missouri through the St. Louis Metro into SE Illinois.

  • telejunkie
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    Cold front over the eastern Great Lakes this morning will pass through the area late afternoon into this evening. The front will trigger a round of showers and thunderstorms, some may contain heavy rain and gusty winds. High pressure will build across southeast Canada Friday, while the front sags farther south into the Delmarva region. This will be the last day for a while of high heat and humidity as many locations experience heat indices into the 90s to around 100.

  • Ron in Miami
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    At 400 AM CDT (0900 UTC), Tropical Depression Gordon was located near latitude 33.7 North, longitude 91.3 West. The depression is moving toward the west-northwest near 8 mph (13 km/h) and this motion is expected to continue today. Maximum sustained winds are near 25 mph (35 km/h) with higher gusts. Little change in strength is forecast during the next 48 hours. The estimated minimum central pressure is 1015 mb (29.98 inches).

  • UTSwiinii
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    Almost totally unexpected carnage in SEPA this afternoon as stalled storms are dumping up to 10" rain in just this afternoon. Numerous water rescues, entire major roadways (Rt 30, 283, 83) are restricted or closing. We have had over 6 inches of rain since noon here in Manheim, Pa. We're on TWC right now, which is usually not a good thing. There's been a cell parked over us which seems to remain stationary. Numerous water rescues, roads washed out.

  • MNstorms
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    Looks like the most active part of the season has come late to the upper Midwest. There's numerous points along this squall where there could be some spin ups... nothing will likely be as strong or long-lived as what could be produced by the super cell. Thunderstorms will likely develop across the region within the next hour or two. All severe hazards, including tornadoes, are possible and a Tornado Watch will likely be needed within the next two hours or so.

  • telejunkie
    WXD Alert: Post Discussion
    Think it's time to start talking about the elephant in the room. So after scanning ensembles and the entrenched eastern ridge that looks to dominate the end of month to potentially early September. 12z GFS has 90s starting in the DC/Baltimore region starting on the 26th and lasting until it goes into low rez range. Looks like down sloping winds so coastal plain should see the bulk of the heating (I-95 corridor) back in the western areas warm but not excessive.

  • jdrenken
    WXD Alert: WXD News
    Hello everyone,
     
    It should come as no surprise that we are grandfathering Accuweather's Rules and Guidelines. We are tweaking them a bit to decide on which ones fit this board the best, but I wanted to touch on this one specifically...
    2. Stay on topic! We have over 20 different Forums on subjects ranging all the way from Current Weather to Non-Weather. Topics or replies which do not belong will be moved elsewhere without notice to the author. If you want to chat with a user about something personal and off-topic, please use the Private Message system (click on their username to send them a message).
    Long range post belong in the long range sub-forum unless it's a verification of prior forecast for the period in said thread. For instance, if someone post the BSR graphics from August 1st in the August 20th thread it fits as verification. If someone post the BSR on August 20th, which is the initialization date for September 8th, in the same thread it will be marked invisible.
    This should be old news to us salts from Accuweather and I shouldn't have to be reminding those people how it's done.

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