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  1. MCS on MO/IA border historically then move east then turn ESE missing me just south watching the WWA arm though for training over me
  2. looking into next week GFS moves the low out and high pressure builds in CMC, is similar to 00z EURO, and keeps the low over northern plains and keeps high PW water into the midwest over areas hit this weekend
  3. Usually, unless there is a strong system with a LLJ, the outflows sag south and the heavy rains fall south of the models...like the HRRR is showing It is very rare you have the models dumping this much rain around here...I have seen see it in southern IL/KY into the mid south in winter/early spring flooding events near the OH river into TN...and of course tropical systems July 1996 deluge fell during a drought if a recall correctly NE IL is in drought but areas SW near me are not
  4. If you are interested in watching "as it happened" type stuff... 6-20-2021 WGN Chicago Live Tornado Coverage https://rumble.com/vix7cz-6-20-2021-wgn-chicago-live-tornado-coverage.html Also live news coverage of other notable historic tornadoes (19 up so far) Live Tornadoes https://rumble.com/c/c-772497
  5. Interesting east/west boundary across IL shallow convection just north of me may be slightly Elevated with “flat and fuzzy “ tops and high base but sharper looking CU going up more west on the western edge of that long days may have allowed late afternoon recovery around here
  6. For some reason the developing convection in MO that the meso was issued for turned into a moderate rain blob what a waste of a 60kt 500mb speed max so far sometimes mini discrete storms can develop within this but so far nothing
  7. you can see that black smoke coming from Rockton chemical plant fire on the visible
  8. ULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED FLASH FLOOD WARNING NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TULSA OK 1049 AM CDT MON JUN 7 2021 THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TULSA HAS ISSUED A * FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR... OKMULGEE COUNTY IN NORTHEASTERN OKLAHOMA... * UNTIL 345 PM CDT. * AT 1049 AM CDT, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT REPORTED FLOODING IS ONGOING ACROSS OKMULGEE COUNTY WITH NUMEROUS FLOODED ROADWAYS. BETWEEN 3 AND 7 INCHES WITH LOCAL AMOUNTS NEAR 12 INCHES OF RAIN HAVE FALLEN SINCE THE EARLY MORNING HOURS. FLASH FLOODING IS ONGOING. HAZARD...LIFE THREATENING FLASH FLOODING IS ONGOING. SOURCE...EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT. IMPACT...LIFE THREATENING FLASH FLOODING OF CREEKS AND STREAMS, URBAN AREAS, HIGHWAYS, STREETS AND UNDERPASSES.
  9. another wet day in this area and another MCS over DFW pattern looks drier after this however but models hinting at tropical system 8-10 days out in the western gulf “This is the highest all of the lakes have been all year,” said Greg Waller, a service coordination hydrologist at the Weather Service. “We’re in a persistent rain pattern, and we’re to a point that a thunderstorm that produces an inch of rain is producing flooding.” He said he has been referring to the recent rainfall as “May 2015-lite.’” During the 2015 storms, the rainfall was greater and the affected areas were larger. “We’re getting enough breaks for some of the water to drain downstream,” he said. https://www.dallasnews.com/news/weather/2021/06/02/persistent-tstorms-showers-across-north-texas-prompt-flood-warnings-lake-closures/
  10. After the wettest May on record for some areas, parts of Texas and Louisiana prepare for more Between May 16-22, a weather reporting station south of Lake Charles, Louisiana, tallied over 21 inches of precipitation, while Baton Rouge saw a staggering 15 inches during the same period. Victoria, Texas, received 20.28 inches of rain during the month of May, eclipsing the previous record of 14.66 inches in 1993. With even more rain in the forecast for these hard-hit areas, the same locations will once again face the threat of flooding. https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2021/06/03/weather/texas-flooding-louisiana-weekend-rainfall/index.html
  11. Slow moving MCS with a WAA arm soaking NW DFW metro * FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR... CENTRAL PARKER COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS... NORTHWESTERN TARRANT COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS... * UNTIL 800 PM CDT. * AT 454 PM CDT, TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED BETWEEN 2 AND 4 INCHES OF RAIN HAVE FALLEN IN THE PAST HOUR NEAR WEATHERFORD. THESE RAIN TOTALS WILL LIKELY LEAD TO FLASH FLOODING THAT IS EITHER ONGOING OR EXPECTED TO BEGIN SHORTLY.
  12. nothing extreme the past 10 days or so ..but above normal precip continued in east TX up into KS/MO soil moisture wet no death ridges more flash flood watches up today Lakes in DFW area running high and some in flood and parts of the areas closed any slow tropical systems this summer moving around the SE ridge into the area could be trouble
  13. More heavy rain over eastern Texas and LA Rivers and bayous high tropical disturbance over Gulf should move into TX with high PW values on its NE flank moving into the area pattern has has been looked in all spring soil very wet any summer tropical systems could mean major flooding' updated Soil Moisture \
  14. at least the Lakes are dropping Water levels drop in Great Lakes after record-breaking highs in 2020, years of steady increases New data from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Detroit office show that all of the lakes have lower levels, with Lake Michigan and Lake Huron showing a drop of 14 inches from the same time last year, while Lake Superior is down about six inches. Lake Ontario experienced the largest drop of 28 inches, while Lake Erie fell 17 inches. But those numbers don't mean that things have returned to normal, said Deanna Apps, a physical scientist with the Corps. Lake Michigan is still 22 inches above its average level, while Lake Superior is eight inches above average. https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/local/wisconsin/2021/05/17/great-lakes-water-levels-drop-after-record-breaking-highs-2020/5061171001/
  15. After 3/4 of an inch yesterday 1.5 inches so far at PIA today month 5.30 +2.54 since Mar 1 13.26 +3.82 with 8.53 of that since 4-28 3 weeks ago a far cry form ORDs totals just 160 miles NE
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