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  1. nwohweather

    Major Hurricane Michael

    It’s not just weakening occurring, it’s that this thing absolutely exploded as it approached the coast. What stuck out to me were the extremely cold cloud tops and fairly strong winds (105-115) within what was a pretty disorganized system for a hurricane of that strength two days before landfall. Then it got its act together and bombed out upon impact, there is no way that could have been expected
  2. nwohweather

    Major Hurricane Michael

    Pretty confident we have a tornado in downtown Atlanta right now
  3. nwohweather

    Major Hurricane Michael

    It did not bust. But because hurricanes are mixing down the wind it does not affect in true speeds the way a tornado does as it is so concentrated
  4. nwohweather

    October 2018 General Discussion

    Interesting to see that high just sitting off the coast this time of year, it’s essentially a July weather pattern happening. Everybody is probably going to get sick in the middle of the week as that cold front puts us at true Fall conditions
  5. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    These storms associated with line will struggle until they reach Ohio. Too much CIN over IN
  6. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    If anything can fire ahead of this line it’s going to get very dicey in this area. I cannot believe the spin for that storm around Monroe
  7. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    Sun for the last few hours just south of Toledo. I really am quite concerned with how this is unfolding that we’re going to have a serious situation this evening. The way that shortwave is moving in, combined with CAPE at the surface of 2000 j/kg this has all the makings of a mini outbreak this evening
  8. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    Eh the tornado threat tonight for the OH/IN/MI area is more based around the low really pumping in warm air and kicking storms off ahead of that cold front via a shortwave. That’s why there is more curvature in the hodographs than out in the western areas
  9. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    A little concerned about the atmosphere getting worked over tomorrow, but this is a textbook NW Ohio fall tornado day shaping up if we can avoid too much precipitation
  10. nwohweather

    Major Hurricane Florence: STORM MODE THREAD

    Storm looks better than ever as it makes landfall. I question the wind speeds as the gusts and overall wind package is very suspect
  11. nwohweather

    Major Hurricane Florence: STORM MODE THREAD

    Thank you for the common sense response. Cantore talked about that this morning, you’re talking about a monster hurricane with a large pressure gradient so the outflow is going to be quite vigorous. This hurricane should not see any noticeable shear until she comes in on approach. The main question is how big and intense will it get prior to that? Reminds me a lot of Katrina, grows to be an intense and massive cane that despite weakening upon landfall the effects of it were entirely Category 5 level
  12. nwohweather

    Major Hurricane Florence

    Easy there
  13. nwohweather

    Hurricane Lane impacts Hawaii

    Jesus these people have nowhere to go. I cannot believe the power of this hurricane, thankfully the cooler waters should lessen it a tad before landfall
  14. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    It tried to do something but the storm gusted out
  15. nwohweather

    2018 Short to Medium Range Severe Thread

    Interesting. Velocities are pretty solid honestly within these
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