August 31, 2013 – Severe t-storm watch in effect until 9 PM Tonight.
/Issued 2:53 PM CDT, Saturday, August 31, 2013/-A big blue box covers the Northland and much of Minnesota…This is a severe thunderstorm watch which is in effect until 9 PM CDT This Evening. Stay weather aware! (Source, NWS Storm Prediction Center) Severe Thunderstorm Watch #507 has been issued for much of Minnesota, Western Lake Superior, […]Read More
August 31, 2013 – A good chance that parts of the Northland will be in a severe t-storm watch by 4 PM.
/Issued 2:17 PM CDT, Saturday, August 31, 2013/ *80% chance that a severe t-storm watch will be issued within the next 1-2 hours in the outline area on the map. (Source, NWS Storm Prediction Center)Scattered thunderstorms are beginning to erupt now in parts of Western and Northern Minnesota (no warnings in effect as of 2:18 […]Read More
August 31, 2013 – Early Afternoon severe thunderstorm update.
/Issued 11:52 AM CDT, Saturday, August 31, 2013/-Late Morning weather vapor loop. Note the swirl/twisting motion over Southern Saskatchewan…That’s a potent little disturbance which will continue to track east/southeast thru Tonight and is 1 of the reasons why there should be some thunderstorms in the Northland later Today. (Source, Unisys weather) …Severe t-storms possible late […]Read More
August 30, 2013 – Weather Report; Chance for t-storms returns Saturday PM – stay weather aware!
- August 30, 2013
/Issued 3:42 PM CDT, Friday, August 30, 2013/ *There is a risk for a few strong to severe thunderstorms over much of Western, Central, Northern, and Eastern Minnesota from late Saturday Afternoon into Saturday Evening. Keep this in mind if you have outdoor plans. You may need to alternate your plans a bit if threatening […]Read More
August 30, 2013 – A stormy Thursday in parts of the Northland – Storm reports included in this post.
- August 30, 2013
/Issued 1:04 PM CDT, Friday, August 30, 2013/ *Enhanced satellite loop from Wednesday Night (10pm) ending around 10am Thursday Morning. Basically looks like a ball rolling east out of Eastern Montana and North Dakota, this was the system responsible in producing the scary looking clouds (SLC’s) over the Twin Ports early Thursday Afternoon. This thunderstorm […]Read More