Sunday, June 13, 2010

First round has passed. Will the second round be as bad?

Okay bloggers. The severe weather is now starting to move into Boon county and out of the WLFI viewing area. Even Clinton, county is looking good at this time. The rest of the WLFI viewing area just has to worry about some light to moderate rainfall. Benton, Newton, and Jasper, counties are looking good and even dry! ;)

Now I have just gone through the current data and the good news is we are looking pretty stable! I'm looking at Lifted index of +1.2 which is pretty good. Even the SWEAT models are below 300 which is also a good sign! Now we are watching some more scattered thundershowers to our west at this time. You can see them in this radar image taken below.
Radar image taken at 7:03pm EDT...

Now there are some severe thunderstorm watches with these storms to our west however if we continue to stay as stable as we are right now then we should start to see these storms weaken as the move closer to the WLFI viewing area. Also we are starting to head into the evening / night time hours when we start to cool down which should help us along as well.

Still for now we will continue to watch the storms to our west just to be on the safe side. And if anything is to change you can bet that I will be here to let you all know!

I'll check back if needed!

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