Month: October 2013

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October 31, 2013 – Weather Report. Happy Halloween! Storm bombs out over Lake Huron Tonight, major wind event Eastern Great Lakes/SE Canada/NE U.S.

/Issued 4:15 PM CDT, Thursday, October 31, 2013/ *A monster storm will unleash a ton of wind late Tonight and Friday over the Eastern Great Lakes, parts of Southeast Canada, and Northeast U.S.  Wind gusts of 70-90 km/h translates to 40-55mph winds with gusts of 75mph possible.  Note:  These our tropical, and even hurricane force […]

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October 30, 2013 – Weather Report. Foggy/gloomy; Little bit of rain Tonight.

/Issued 3:46 PM CDT, Wednesday, October 30, 2013/ *Having fun with MS paint Today. *Image below is from the unisys.com site and shows the water vapor satellite image from 3:30 PM Today. *Disturbance over Central South Dakota and an upper trough covering the Rockies.  A very moist and mild SW flow extends from North Texas […]

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October 29, 2013 – Weather Report. Nuisance snow/rain Tonight; Halloween looking better!

/Issued 3:53 PM CDT, Tuesday, October 29, 2013/ *Rainfall forecast valid for Wednesday into Thursday.  Note:  Most of the rain in NE Minnesota and NW Wisconsin looks to fall Wednesday Night into Thursday Morning.  Thursday Afternoon/Evening is looking drier than it did 24 hours ago.  (Source, Weather Prediction Center) Low temperature report for October 29, […]

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October 28, 2013 – Weather Report. Chill lingers thru Tuesday; Halloween storm brings rain to the Northland – severe t’storm risk to the Central Plains.

/Issued 3:41 PM CDT, Monday, October 28, 2013/ Here’s one for all you Packer fans!  Go Pack Go!!!   -Were looking at a rain storm, not a snow storm for Wednesday Evening into Thursday.  Rainfall amounts could reach or exceed 0.50″ over much of the Northland during the Wednesday PM/Thursday time frame.  (Source, Weather Prediction […]

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October 27, 2013 – Weather Report. Not getting out of the 30s Monday/Tuesday; Rainy Halloween?

/Issued 3:46 PM CDT, Sunday, October 27, 2013/*A very cold stretch of weather from 18 October – 24 October.  Image below shows the temperature departures across the U.S.  Only the far Northeast, Southeast, and parts of the Western/Northwest U.S. had warmer than average temperatures.  Everywhere else it was colder than average from the 18th-24th.  (Source, […]

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