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Tim from Springfield (IL)

July 10-18 Severe Possibilities

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...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 715 PM CDT
FOR WILL...SOUTHEASTERN COOK AND NORTHERN KANKAKEE COUNTIES...

AT 620 PM CDT...SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WERE LOCATED ALONG A LINE
EXTENDING FROM 6 MILES SOUTH OF YORKVILLE TO NEAR ASHKUM...MOVING
EAST AT 50 MPH. WINDS OF 65 MPH WERE MEASURED BY TRAINED STORM
SPOTTERS NEAR THE COMMUNITY OF NEWARK AT 615 PM CDT WITH THESE
STORMS.

HAZARD...70 MPH WIND GUSTS AND QUARTER SIZE HAIL.

SOURCE...TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTERS.

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10 minutes ago, Powerball said:

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.

 

 

Moving NE so far so unless it dies off we should be fine.

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It's actually going to rain again! Looks like the south side is going to get raked.

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22 minutes ago, Chicago Storm said:

Nice derecho event ongoing, which originated from activity in CO/KS last night.

 

He's probably busy popping popcorn getting ready for the show.  

HRRR from early this morning did a good job at showing how things evolved today.

 

EDIT:  Woops, quoted wrong person lol.  Meant to quote Indy.  #Fail

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Damn I didn't think it was that bad around here

 

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DETROIT/PONTIAC MI
808 PM EDT WED JUL 13 2016

..TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON...
..DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE....
            ..REMARKS..

0725 PM     BLIZZARD         MONROE                  41.92N 83.39W
07/13/2016                   MONROE             MI   EMERGENCY MNGR

            SEVERAL REPORTS OF POWER LINES AND TREES DOWN MONROE
            COUNTY...DUNDEE TO MAYBE.

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

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

You might have nailed the multiple rounds, but you're getting yours...

 

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Much needed t-storm action again today, maybe even too much for Monroe county. No drought there.

Looks like some training action maybe in the ARB-DET corridor.

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Glorious South Side picked up a nice light show, decent rain, wind came right around and temp dropped 10F (thank goodness), and we finished with a double rainbow.

 

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That lone cell earlier today didn't deliver as I had hoped but I did get some nice cloud shots with my phone before all hell broke loose with rain as it maxed out over eastern Omaha into western Iowa. 

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Ventured out with a few friends today. Caught a nice shelf cloud with what looked like a nice mesovortex as it came over us. Had some good rotation. Then went on to see a shear funnel and a gustnado in a field. Experienced 60-65 MPH winds near Ancona, Illinois after we got out ahead of it.  

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Actually managed a decent line here in NE Ohio with severe wind gusts. Had some limbs down in my neighborhood...took a drive after the storms and saw a stretch where several trees were snapped and power was out a few miles NE of my house.

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Parting of the Red Sea here. Pretty nice storms to my north, mainly along the state line, as well as down along the I 70 corridor. Just east of me along the IN/OH state line saw some action too, with tree and powerlines down and a few buildings damaged.

0.21" here with the highest wind gust ~20 mph.

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That line meant business last night. Had 60MPH gusts which brought down power lines, and caused road closures from large limbs down, here in my neighborhood I have seen 3 trees snapped, younger trees obviously. 

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Just outside of this forecast period for this thread... The GFS, CMC, and the European are all advertising a mesoscale convective system Monday Afternoon/Night across the Lower Great Lakes region...

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