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Tim from Springfield (IL)

July 10-18 Severe Possibilities

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storms are 50 miles away and I hear thunder. There are reports of continuous CG lightning in the main line. Given how there's anvil lightning this far away, I believe it.

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Expecting multiple rounds here in central IN later this afternoon and evening.  Was watching that main line strengthening in MO. But the cells popping up in an hour near Champaign look ominous as well.  Gonna be an interesting evening. Meso discussion out now for possible watch in central IN...40% probs.

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On 7/11/2016 at 6:20 AM, A-L-E-K said:

looks like the best chances for multiple rounds will remain well to my west/southwest

 

nailed it

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It some true bag sticking weather out there right now, in between mini blowups we have recovered very quickly. 86/77/101 right now. Trying to landscape right now and lay gravel and stone, it's brutal. 

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Some cells trying to get going to the WSW. Skies have been largely cloudy today, but there has been some breaks in the last couple hours..

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1 minute ago, Chambana said:

One of the weather stations here in KCMI "Indian acres" which always runs warm is reporting 86/86/111 right now lol. Calibration needed? Nah:lol:

I would have like no motivation to step foot outside in that soupy air mass. A more modest 86/71/92 here.

 

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Outside hunting get Pokemon and notice darkness to my north. Uhh, storm just north of Omaha is getting a hook. Time for an impromptu backyard chase. 

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1 hour ago, Powerball said:

Looking pretty good for strong / severe convection a few hours from now. 

 

Maybe not.

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25 minutes ago, Geos said:

I would have like no motivation to step foot outside in that soupy air mass. A more modest 86/71/92 here.

that station has always been queen quirky, Idk what the deal is. It's miserable outside none the less. Please don't conform to a seahawks bandwagon fan. Those cheesehead need your support 

 

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19 minutes ago, Powerball said:

 

Maybe not.

We will get storms, there are storms to our west popping up from Chicago into SW lower.

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Had a real nice storm at work around 4.  50-60mph winds with blinding rain that lasted over 10mins.  Very impressive.  Initially looked like it was gonna miss to the south, but suddenly flared northeast at us.  Even up here in Erie it looks like a nice storm came through.  Weather station hit 44mph, and picked up 0.87" of rain.  3.52" for the month now.

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2 hours ago, Powerball said:

 

Maybe not.

Yep, it's not going to happen, at least not anything else other than more dying garden-variety convection.

Oh well.

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1 minute ago, Powerball said:

Yep, it's not going to happen, at least not anything else other than more dying garden-variety convection.

Oh well.

What are you talking about, there is a massive line moving this way from Chicago down to almost Paducah. It isn't going to die off any time soon... not to mention we have scattered convection all over the place.

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1 minute ago, Powerball said:

Yep, it's not going to happen, at least not anything else other than more dying garden-variety convection.

Oh well.

What are you talking about, there is a massive line moving this way from Chicago down to almost Paducah. It isn't going to die off any time soon... not to mention we have scattered convection all over the place.

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1 minute ago, Powerball said:

Yep, it's not going to happen, at least not anything else other than more dying garden-variety convection.

Oh well.

What are you talking about, there is a massive line moving this way from Chicago down to almost Paducah. It isn't going to die off any time soon... not to mention we have scattered convection all over the place.

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7 minutes ago, Stebo said:

What are you talking about, there is a massive line moving this way from Chicago down to almost Paducah. It isn't going to die off any time soon... not to mention we have scattered convection all over the place.

I'm concerned about severe potential, which (with the upstream t'storms) will most likely stay confined to the OH / IN border counties and southward.

 

 

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