Monthly Archives: July 2012

Analyzing Today’s severe weather Threat

Main Limiting Factors weaker convergence due to slower progression of surface cold front light low level winds uncertainty with the amount of marine influence Forecast Graphic: Advertisements

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Potential For a Major Severe Weather Outbreak Tomorrow

An upper level trough has stalled near the Canadian maritime, while a frontal boundary just to our north at the surface will become the focus for some severe development tomorrow. I’m particularly concerned about tomorrow across our area because of … Continue reading

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Tracking Some Thunderstorms in the Area today

Some storms are moving across the area as some upper level energy has provided fuel for that warm and humid air mass at the surface to convect. The atmosphere here in Connecticut is generally characteristic of a 1500-2000 j/kg MUCAPE … Continue reading

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Heatwave Number 4 for NYC Metro, Parts of Southern New England

Surface high pressure is in control over much of the eastern seaboard. Towards the second half of the weekend, an upper level shortwave trough will swing through the northeast from the great lakes. A strengthening ridge over the central US … Continue reading

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