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June 16-25 Severe threat

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Line starting to bow out. Southern end staying strong and may even hook up with the cells around Macomb. Sunny and humid ahead of it, adding to the potential. 83/71 here now.

iowa complex throwing a wrench into the mix…looks like it has legs

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iowa complex throwing a wrench into the mix…looks like it has legs

 

That's how it is with those MCVs.

 

Some of the Hi-Res models try to track that same one in Iowa through here tomorrow afternoon.

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That's how it is with those MCVs.

 

Some of the Hi-Res models try to track that same one in Iowa through here tomorrow afternoon.

 

SPC did make mention of a bit higher shear across the area tomorrow compared to other locations to the southwest, though they are still sticking with a 5% for right now.

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SPC did make mention of a bit higher shear across the area tomorrow compared to other locations to the southwest, though they are still sticking with a 5% for right now.

 

I picked up on that with the latest GFS/NAM.

 

They both also sped up the timing of the moisture advection (which seems legit, given dewpoints in the mid-60s across SW Michigan right now), which in effect leads to higher instability values for the day time tomorrow. 

 

They both show a decent amount of dry air at 700mb, so cloud debris hopefully won't be too much of a problem (though you can never know with the behavior of convection)

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The NAM and RAP show some decent directional shear on Detroit's sounding for tomorrow.

 

Speed shear is severely lacking, but (as the Dexter EF3 tornado and St. Charles EF1 tornado showed) a conditional tornado threat may still exist if decent instability develops. 

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The NAM and RAP show some decent directional shear on Detroit's sounding for tomorrow.

 

Speed shear is severely lacking, but (as the Dexter EF3 tornado and St. Charles EF1 tornado showed) a conditional tornado threat may still exist if decent instability develops. 

These storms look to have awful timing for the former International Freedom Festival Fireworks downtown tomorrow night. I go every year and since 2004, only two years have not had thunderstorm action, but this looks to be a bit more than just a brief pop up thunderstorm or two.

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These storms look to have awful timing for the former International Freedom Festival Fireworks downtown tomorrow night. I go every year and since 2004, only two years have not had thunderstorm action, but this looks to be a bit more than just a brief pop up thunderstorm or two.

 

That occurred to me today.

 

With the nature of convection, it's hard to say if the fireworks will be rained out. 

 

But even with the thunderstorm action in the past, it usually cleared out in time for the fireworks show (I don't recall any of the recent shows being rained out). So maybe we'll luck out again this year.

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Slight risk issued for today, for parts of IL, IN, MI, and OH.

 

 

 

DAY 1 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
1130 AM CDT MON JUN 23 2014

VALID 231630Z - 241200Z

...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS THE SRN HIGH PLAINS AND
ADJACENT AREAS OF THE FRONT RANGE...

...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS OVER PORTIONS OF ERN TX...NWRN
LA...AND SWRN AR...

...THERE IS A SLGT RISK OF SVR TSTMS OVER PARTS OF THE UPPER
MIDWEST...

...SUMMARY...
ISOLATED TO WIDELY SCATTERED SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SHOULD DEVELOP
ACROSS THE HIGH PLAINS OF EASTERN COLORADO AND NEW MEXICO THIS
AFTERNOON AND EVENING WITH A RISK FOR LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS.
SOME OF THESE STORMS MAY PERSIST INTO THE EVENING AND SPREAD EAST
INTO ADJACENT PORTIONS OF KANSAS AND WEST TEXAS. OTHER SEVERE STORMS
POSING PRIMARILY A SCATTERED DAMAGING WIND THREAT WILL BE POSSIBLE
FROM CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST TEXAS NORTHEASTWARD TO SOUTHERN LOWER
MICHIGAN.

...SYNOPSIS...
WEAK TO MODEST MID-LEVEL FLOW EXISTS ACROSS THE CONUS TODAY WITH
RIDGING ACROSS THE EAST/SOUTHEAST AND TROUGHING OVER THE CENTRAL/SRN
PLAINS AND UPPER MIDWEST. SMALL SCALE BANDS OF RELATIVELY STRONGER
MID-LEVEL FLOW AND DEEP-LAYER ASCENT MAY BE ASSOCIATED WITH
CONVECTIVELY INDUCED/SUSTAINED DISTURBANCES EMBEDDED WITHIN THE
LARGER SCALE TROUGH FROM THE SRN PLAINS TO GREAT LAKES. THESE
DISTURBANCES...IN CONCERT WITH WEAK LOW LEVEL BAROCLINIC ZONE AND
CONVECTIVE OUTFLOW BOUNDARIES...MAY SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF
BETTER ORGANIZED TSTMS DURING THE DIUNRAL HEATING CYCLE.

DIFFERENTIAL HEATING AND POST-FRONTAL MOISTURE ADVECTION INTO THE
HIGH PLAINS/FRONT RANGE...ALONG WITH DEVELOPING UPSLOPE FLOW...WILL
LEAD TO SCATTERED STORMS DEVELOPING ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF
NM/CO LATER THIS AFTERNOON AND SPREADING WEST THIS EVENING.


...MIDWEST/GREAT LAKES...
STRONG DESTABILIZATION WAS UNDERWAY ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST AHEAD
OF ANOTHER WEAK MCV. EXPECT A GRADUAL INCREASE IN MULTICELLULAR
CONVECTION ACROSS THESE AREAS WHERE POCKETS OF MODEST UNIDIRECTIONAL
DEEP-LAYER SHEAR MAY SUPPORT SOME GREATER STORM ORGANIZATION WITH
TIME. SIMILAR TO POINTS SOUTH...EXPECT A FEW TO SEVERAL TSTM WINDS
EVENTS THROUGH THE AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING HOURS.

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First warning of the day up for a storm on the IN/OH/MI border. IWX radar had a TVS on the storm but it doesn't look like there's actually any defined circulation in it

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Nice little line segment in Cass County moving east northeast. I originally thought we might be out of the game for severe weather with the rain earlier but we have recovered back to 80/70 and continue to warm still. 

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Nice little line segment in Cass County moving east northeast. I originally thought we might be out of the game for severe weather with the rain earlier but we have recovered back to 80/70 and continue to warm still. 

 

Some instability has built back up, but the question is have we recovered enough to overcome the subsidence cap from the storms earlier this afternoon? Time will tell...

 

The storms right now in SW Michigan are showing signs of diminishing, though they could just be going through their cycle. 

 

Also, something to keep in mind is at their current pace, those storms will likely delay the fireworks show (if not cause it to be postponed outright), with hundreds of thousands of people downtown. Chuck Gaidica is banking on them diminishing to not ruin the fireworks show (and telling everyone this).

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Those cells have been diminishing quite a bit over the last hour. It looks like that cap is giving them a rough time as they move east. I wouldn't rule out rain, but how it's been looking, I don't think the storms are cycling. However, it is Michigan and the weather will do what it wants to.

 

Edit: The northernmost cells of that complex have been galavanting every which way, and just might hold together long enough to stop in Saginaw/Bay City for a visit.

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Just watched a killer shelf cloud roll through. Second of the day... Eerily calm here now as another cluster about to roll through Putnam County.

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Well that line fell apart fast :lol:.

Yeah, even the heavier rain that was coming straight for us seems to have fizzled to a light rain. That one lone cell going toward Saginaw is about all that kept any punch to it.

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I see in the LSRs that a damaging tornado struck the Medina, OH area earlier.

 

The National Weather Service confirmed just after 9 p.m., Monday night that an EF1, possibly an EF2, tornado touched down in Brunswick.

The twister severely damaged ten homes, according to the National Weather Service.

One home had its roof blown off on Royal Oak Dr.

A trampoline from down the road landed in a yard, along with other damage, on Andrea Dr.

 

http://fox8.com/2014/06/23/strong-storms-severely-damage-homes-in-brunswick/

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While the NWS confirmed one, I'm just not entirely sure if it this was indeed a tornado. It seemed more like a microburst or downdraft situation, as radar never really supported a tornado at the time of the event. Guess we may never know. Still, the damage is done, and it's fortunate that there haven't been any injury reports as far as I've heard.

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While the NWS confirmed one, I'm just not entirely sure if it this was indeed a tornado. It seemed more like a microburst or downdraft situation, as radar never really supported a tornado at the time of the event. Guess we may never know. Still, the damage is done, and it's fortunate that there haven't been any injury reports as far as I've heard.

There are others who probably know a bit more about this than me, but based on my understanding, I do believe a tornado occurred for a few reasons. The first reason, before delving into the meteorology, is the NWS knows the difference between a straight-line/microburst damage pattern (divergent damage pattern) and a tornadic one (convergent damage pattern). CLE didn't complete their damage survey tonight due to darkness/safety issues, but it sounds like they did at least start taking a look at things before confirming, so I'm assuming they found evidence of tornadic winds.

 

Looking at radar on COD's website, there were three boundaries interacting over Medina County as the storms moved through the county...a lake breeze and two outflow boundaries. There was likely a lot of low level vorticity near these boundaries:

 

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The reflectivity images never really show much of a hook or appendage...this is the image valid at 7:00PM, which is either when or a couple of minutes before the tornado occurred. There isn't much there that suggests a tornado. The tornado likely occurred just east or SE of the white dot I placed (which is near where the center of Brunswick is). The VIL spikes a good amount in the 10 minutes or so after the tornado, which suggests that a robust updraft accompanied the storm as it was passing Brunswick.

 

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The base velocity did show a small area of rotation for 4 scans (about 8 minutes) as the storm moved through Brunswick. This is when it was most pronounced just west of Brunswick:

 

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Given that there was likely enhanced low level vorticity in Medina County as the storm moved through, radar suggests that there was a robust updraft with the storm when the tornado damage occurred, and velocity does show a small area of rotation, I do think a tornado occurred...but I don't think it was supercellular. I'm not sure if it would qualify as a landspout, although conditions did favor landspouts with a very weak flow aloft and 125+ J/KG of 0-3km CAPE ahead of this particular storm. It was an interesting little happening.

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Yeah count me in on thinking there was a tornado there.  In certain situations it can be difficult to determine if something was a tornado (for instance, a very fast moving tornado embedded in a larger area of damaging winds may not scatter damage in a classic tornado pattern) but you have to trust that the NWS knows what they are looking at.  Also, the storm was unwarned, so confirming a tornado actually hurts them from a warning/verification perspective. 

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT  

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CLEVELAND OH  

1250 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014  

   

..EF1 TORNADO CONFIRMED IN MEDINA COUNTY OHIO  

 

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HAS CONFIRMED AN EF1 TORNADO  

IN MEDINA COUNTY OHIO.  

 

LOCATION...MEDINA COUNTY (BRUNSWICK)  

DATE...MAY 23 2014  

ESTIMATED TIME...6:55 PM TO 7:00 PM EDT  

MAXIMUM EF-SCALE RATING....EF1  

ESTIMATED WIND SPEED...110 MPH  

MAX PATH WIDTH...120 YARDS  

PATH LENGTH...1.7 MILES  

BEGINNING LAT/LON 41.230/-81.830  

ENDING LAT/LON 41.248/-81.808  

 

SUMMARY...  

THE TORNADO STARTED IN THE VICINITY OF DIANA DRIVE AND MARIA  

DRIVE IN THE CITY OF BRUNSWICK AROUND 6:55 PM. THE STORM TRAVELED  

NORTHEAST FOR 1.7 MILES CROSSING STATE ROUTE 303 AND ENDED NEAR  

CLOVER DR AND CARPENTER ROAD. IT IS ESTIMATED AT LEAST FOURTY FIVE  

HOMES AND BUSINESS WERE AFFECTED BY THE TORNADO. TWO HOMES SUSTAINED  

MAJOR DAMAGE NEAR OAK TREE DRIVE AND ROYAL OAK DRIVE. THE PATH WAS  

INTERMITTENT WITH A COMBINATION OF EF0 AND EF1 DAMAGE. IT IS  

ESTIMATED THAT THE MOST SIGNIFICANT DAMAGE WAS CREATED FROM WINDS OF  

110 MPH.  

 

GARNET 

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TORNADO WARNING
INC063-109-241815-
/O.NEW.KIND.TO.W.0016.140624T1747Z-140624T1815Z/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
147 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN INDIANAPOLIS HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
SOUTHERN HENDRICKS COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA...
NORTHWESTERN MORGAN COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA...

* UNTIL 215 PM EDT

* AT 142 PM EDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A
TORNADO WAS LOCATED 12 MILES NORTHWEST OF MARTINSVILLE...AND MOVING
NORTHEAST AT 20 MPH.

HAZARD...TORNADO.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED ROTATION.

IMPACT...FLYING DEBRIS WILL BE DANGEROUS TO THOSE CAUGHT WITHOUT
SHELTER. MOBILE HOMES WILL BE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. DAMAGE
TO ROOFS...WINDOWS AND VEHICLES WILL OCCUR. TREE DAMAGE IS
LIKELY.

* THIS DANGEROUS STORM WILL BE NEAR...
MOORESVILLE AROUND 210 PM EDT.

OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE MONROVIA...LAKE HART AND
CLAYTON.

THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 70 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 50 AND 65.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TAKE COVER NOW. MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
STURDY BUILDING. AVOID WINDOWS. IF IN A MOBILE HOME...A VEHICLE OR
OUTDOORS...MOVE TO THE CLOSEST SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER AND PROTECT
YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

&&

LAT...LON 3954 8666 3955 8665 3957 8666 3975 8656
3964 8633 3963 8633 3944 8654 3952 8668
TIME...MOT...LOC 1747Z 217DEG 19KT 3957 8656

TORNADO...RADAR INDICATED
HAIL...<.75IN

$
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Severe Thunderstorm Warning

SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

INC063-109-119-133-241815-
/O.CON.KIND.SV.W.0084.000000T0000Z-140624T1815Z/
PUTNAM IN-OWEN IN-MORGAN IN-HENDRICKS IN-
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN
HENDRICKS...NORTHWESTERN MORGAN...NORTHEASTERN OWEN AND SOUTHEASTERN
PUTNAM COUNTIES UNTIL 215 PM EDT...

AT 133 PM EDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED 12 MILES NORTHWEST
OF MARTINSVILLE...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 25 MPH.

HAZARD...60 MPH WIND GUSTS.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED.

IMPACT...EXPECT DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.

LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
MONROVIA...MOORESVILLE...LITTLE POINT...
STILESVILLE...COATESVILLE...AMO...AND LAKE HART.

THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 70 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 36 AND 64.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

FOR YOUR PROTECTION MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
BUILDING.

TORRENTIAL RAINFALL IS OCCURRING WITH THIS STORM...AND MAY LEAD TO
FLASH FLOODING. DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS!

&&

LAT...LON 3973 8669 3963 8632 3935 8671 3950 8692
TIME...MOT...LOC 1736Z 227DEG 19KT 3951 8660

HAIL...<.75IN
WIND...60MPH

$
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Severe Weather Statement

SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

INC063-109-119-133-241815-
/O.CON.KIND.SV.W.0084.000000T0000Z-140624T1815Z/
PUTNAM IN-OWEN IN-MORGAN IN-HENDRICKS IN-
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN
HENDRICKS...NORTHWESTERN MORGAN...NORTHEASTERN OWEN AND SOUTHEASTERN
PUTNAM COUNTIES UNTIL 215 PM EDT...

AT 133 PM EDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED 12 MILES NORTHWEST
OF MARTINSVILLE...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 25 MPH.

HAZARD...60 MPH WIND GUSTS.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED.

IMPACT...EXPECT DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.

LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
MONROVIA...MOORESVILLE...LITTLE POINT...
STILESVILLE...COATESVILLE...AMO...AND LAKE HART.

THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 70 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 36 AND 64.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

FOR YOUR PROTECTION MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
BUILDING.

TORRENTIAL RAINFALL IS OCCURRING WITH THIS STORM...AND MAY LEAD TO
FLASH FLOODING. DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS!

&&

LAT...LON 3973 8669 3963 8632 3935 8671 3950 8692
TIME...MOT...LOC 1736Z 227DEG 19KT 3951 8660

HAIL...<.75IN
WIND...60MPH

$
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Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
440 AM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

INZ021-028>031-035>049-051>057-060>065-067>072-251000-
CARROLL-WARREN-TIPPECANOE-CLINTON-HOWARD-FOUNTAIN-MONTGOMERY-
BOONE-TIPTON-HAMILTON-MADISON-DELAWARE-RANDOLPH-VERMILLION-PARKE-
PUTNAM-HENDRICKS-MARION-HANCOCK-HENRY-VIGO-CLAY-OWEN-MORGAN-
JOHNSON-SHELBY-RUSH-SULLIVAN-GREENE-MONROE-BROWN-BARTHOLOMEW-
DECATUR-KNOX-DAVIESS-MARTIN-LAWRENCE-JACKSON-JENNINGS-
440 AM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR CENTRAL INDIANA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

OUTLOOK: WIDESPREAD THUNDERSTORMS WILL SPREAD ACROSS CENTRAL
INDIANA TODAY AS A WEAK COLD FRONT DROPS SLOWLY SOUTHEAST TO NEAR
THE OHIO RIVER THIS EVENING. SOME OF THE STORMS COULD PRODUCE
HEAVY RAIN AND LOCALIZED FLOODING. MEANWHILE...ISOLATED WIND
DAMAGE IS ALSO POSSIBLE MAINLY THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING.

HAZARDS: DANGEROUS LIGHTNING...HEAVY RAINFALL...LOCALIZED
FLOODING...ISOLATED WIND DAMAGE.

TIMING: DANGEROUS LIGHTING...HEAVY RAINFALL AND LOCALIZED FLOODING
TODAY AND THIS EVENING. ISOLATED WIND DAMAGE THIS AFTERNOON AND
EARLY EVENING.

DISCUSSION: WIDESPREAD THUNDERSTORMS WILL SPREAD NORTHEAST ACROSS
CENTRAL INDIANA TODAY AS A WEAK COLD FRONT DROPS SLOWLY SOUTHEAST
ACROSS THE AREA.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...WEDNESDAY THROUGH MONDAY.

OUTLOOK: THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE THROUGH MOST OF THE TIME
THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK. ISOLATED SEVERE STORMS ARE
POSSIBLE THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. IT IS TOO DIFFICULT TO TELL
IF SEVERE STORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE BEYOND THAT. HOWEVER...DEADLY
CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING AND BRIEF HEAVY RAIN AND GUSTY WINDS ARE
THREATS WITH ANY THUNDERSTORM.

DISCUSSION: A WARM FRONT...UPPER LEVEL WAVES AND A WARM...MOIST
AND UNSTABLE ATMOSPHERE WILL RESULT IN THUNDERSTORM CHANCES
MOST OF THE TIME THROUGH EARLY NEXT WEEK.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS POSSIBLE BUT NOT LIKELY THIS AFTERNOON
AND EVENING.

&&

MORE INFORMATION...ALONG WITH OTHER WEATHER...HYDROLOGICAL AND
CLIMATE INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND...AT HTTP://WEATHER.GOV/IND (ALL
LOWERCASE)

$
KOCH




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

INC063-109-119-133-241815-
/O.CON.KIND.SV.W.0084.000000T0000Z-140624T1815Z/
PUTNAM IN-OWEN IN-MORGAN IN-HENDRICKS IN-
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN
HENDRICKS...NORTHWESTERN MORGAN...NORTHEASTERN OWEN AND SOUTHEASTERN
PUTNAM COUNTIES UNTIL 215 PM EDT...

AT 133 PM EDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED 12 MILES NORTHWEST
OF MARTINSVILLE...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 25 MPH.

HAZARD...60 MPH WIND GUSTS.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED.

IMPACT...EXPECT DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.

LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
MONROVIA...MOORESVILLE...LITTLE POINT...
STILESVILLE...COATESVILLE...AMO...AND LAKE HART.

THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 70 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 36 AND 64.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

FOR YOUR PROTECTION MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
BUILDING.

TORRENTIAL RAINFALL IS OCCURRING WITH THIS STORM...AND MAY LEAD TO
FLASH FLOODING. DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS!

&&

LAT...LON 3973 8669 3963 8632 3935 8671 3950 8692
TIME...MOT...LOC 1736Z 227DEG 19KT 3951 8660

HAIL...<.75IN
WIND...60MPH

$
DRT


 

 

Severe Weather Statement

SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

INC063-109-119-133-241815-
/O.CON.KIND.SV.W.0084.000000T0000Z-140624T1815Z/
PUTNAM IN-OWEN IN-MORGAN IN-HENDRICKS IN-
137 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FOR SOUTHERN
HENDRICKS...NORTHWESTERN MORGAN...NORTHEASTERN OWEN AND SOUTHEASTERN
PUTNAM COUNTIES UNTIL 215 PM EDT...

AT 133 PM EDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED 12 MILES NORTHWEST
OF MARTINSVILLE...AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 25 MPH.

HAZARD...60 MPH WIND GUSTS.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED.

IMPACT...EXPECT DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.

LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
MONROVIA...MOORESVILLE...LITTLE POINT...
STILESVILLE...COATESVILLE...AMO...AND LAKE HART.

THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 70 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 36 AND 64.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

FOR YOUR PROTECTION MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
BUILDING.

TORRENTIAL RAINFALL IS OCCURRING WITH THIS STORM...AND MAY LEAD TO
FLASH FLOODING. DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE THROUGH FLOODED ROADWAYS!

&&

LAT...LON 3973 8669 3963 8632 3935 8671 3950 8692
TIME...MOT...LOC 1736Z 227DEG 19KT 3951 8660

HAIL...<.75IN
WIND...60MPH

$
DRT


 

 

Tornado Warning

TORNADO WARNING
INC063-109-241815-
/O.NEW.KIND.TO.W.0016.140624T1747Z-140624T1815Z/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE INDIANAPOLIS IN
147 PM EDT TUE JUN 24 2014

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN INDIANAPOLIS HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
SOUTHERN HENDRICKS COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA...
NORTHWESTERN MORGAN COUNTY IN CENTRAL INDIANA...

* UNTIL 215 PM EDT

* AT 142 PM EDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A
TORNADO WAS LOCATED 12 MILES NORTHWEST OF MARTINSVILLE...AND MOVING
NORTHEAST AT 20 MPH.

HAZARD...TORNADO.

SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED ROTATION.

IMPACT...FLYING DEBRIS WILL BE DANGEROUS TO THOSE CAUGHT WITHOUT
SHELTER. MOBILE HOMES WILL BE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED. DAMAGE
TO ROOFS...WINDOWS AND VEHICLES WILL OCCUR. TREE DAMAGE IS
LIKELY.

* THIS DANGEROUS STORM WILL BE NEAR...
MOORESVILLE AROUND 210 PM EDT.

OTHER LOCATIONS IN THE WARNING INCLUDE MONROVIA...LAKE HART AND
CLAYTON.

THIS INCLUDES INTERSTATE 70 BETWEEN MILE MARKERS 50 AND 65.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TAKE COVER NOW. MOVE TO AN INTERIOR ROOM ON THE LOWEST FLOOR OF A
STURDY BUILDING. AVOID WINDOWS. IF IN A MOBILE HOME...A VEHICLE OR
OUTDOORS...MOVE TO THE CLOSEST SUBSTANTIAL SHELTER AND PROTECT
YOURSELF FROM FLYING DEBRIS.

&&

LAT...LON 3954 8666 3955 8665 3957 8666 3975 8656
3964 8633 3963 8633 3944 8654 3952 8668
TIME...MOT...LOC 1747Z 217DEG 19KT 3957 8656

TORNADO...RADAR INDICATED
HAIL...<.75IN

$
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IND was very late with that TOR.

 

Decent shot there was a tor SSE of Eminence about 25min ago. And there's a decent chance there's one OGT now just west of Monrovia.

 

Actually I'm fairly certain there's one OTG right now.

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