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ryan1234

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  1. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day1otlk.html Moderate risk has been expanded.
  2. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    Yeah, that really surprised me. I would have assumed that there would have been at least a high risk for tornadoes and a moderate risk for EF-2's+. Even within the squall line.
  3. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    One thing to watch is that line in FL. Not sure how likely it is, but it could affect what occurs farther north.
  4. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    I too was wondering that as well. I don't think it will, but I am merely an amateur.
  5. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    I really am not liking this sun in the Southern Piedmont. And the fact that there seems to be a lull of any precip around Spartanburg, extending to the SC Midlands. Winds are gusting to around 20 as well. Very ominous indeed.
  6. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    It's coming. I literally had a good half an hour of blue sky and sun. And it's still out as I am typing this. I definitely didn't expect that this morning and that's only going to shoot those CAPE values up.
  7. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    One thing I noticed and I mentioned last night, is that this line has really slowed down. It's almost parked over the Atlanta area right now. That gives us more time to destabilize. As I mentioned before the sun is out here and as we all know it only takes about 15 minutes of April sun to cause major issues.
  8. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    Sun is peeking through here right now. NOT something you want to see on a day like this!
  9. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    It had speed up, the question is if the mesoscale features cause it to fluctuate in speed. I feel like it will. .
  10. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    Did everyone fall asleep on here? Large and extremely dangerous PDS tornado near Jackson!
  11. ryan1234

    April 18, 19, 2019 Severe Event

    Quite frankly, the SPC wording isn’t all that doomsday like. They mention a few tornadoes with an enhanced wind threat. It looks like today is the worst of this 3 day outbreak. .
  12. ryan1234

    General Severe Weather

    The NAM looks nasty. But as has been aforementioned, is it trustworthy? Should we get a separate thread going for tonight/tomorrow though? Or are we waiting to see what happens with the later guidance? .
  13. ryan1234

    General Severe Weather

    I couldn't agree more! Last weekend was a huge bust for my area. It's too bad too. I know models aren't perfect, but when severe weather bust like that, it causes people to lose faith and interest in severe weather. I just feel like when the time comes for another outbreak, people are going to be unprepared. Heck, the Joplin tornado occurred on a Moderate risk day. I really wish people would take the time to educate themselves on tornadoes in the Carolina's. Brad P. posted an awesome and very informative video on tornadoes in our region/state.
  14. ryan1234

    General Severe Weather

    That’s definitely not something you want to see. The NAM may very well be onto something. If so it’s time to batten down the hatches and prepare some significant weather. GSP had a pretty good discussion and even mentioned they wouldn’t be surprised seeing the enhanced risk spread westward. .
  15. ryan1234

    General Severe Weather

    I just saw that as well. Some of those cells entering the southern piedmont look to be discrete as well. Not a good look. Does anyone have any insight as far as Robert(WX South) does with severe weather? He called this potentially historic. .
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