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Beryl remnants heavy rain threat 7/9-7/11


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If this ends up being a dud I’ll know not to start any new storm threads this winter. Models are now constantly showing the remnants of Beryl will impact parts of our forum with at least a heavy rain threat. May also be a marginal severe threat south/east of the low. 

GFS:

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EURO:

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WPC excessive rainfall Day 3:

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Day 4:

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I’ve been wondering that last few days what potential impacts of the remnants will be since models were hinting at this a few days ago. We will already have humidity in place. Also how well does it stay held together and the interaction with other fronts on the way up.

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At least that part of the region has been pretty dry this summer so far, so it should be alright for flooding as long as things don't get too heavy. We can't take any of it up here at this point so it needs to stay down there. Although the Mississippi being in flood stage because of the flooding in the upper basin and the Missouri basin could throw a wrench into that a little bit.

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Good afd write up from IWX this afternoon.

Tuesday through Thursday looks to be the primary period of concern
for this forecast valid period as remnants of Beryl may impact the
western Great Lakes and/or Ohio Valley. A rather complicated
synoptic pattern makes predictability on the low side regarding
finer details with exact track. An upper low in northwest upper
flow is expected to eventually merge with remnants of Beryl
later Tuesday with this consolidated upper level trough lifting
northeast across the southern Great Lakes on Wednesday. The
exact track/strength of the low/mid level height minimum remains
of low confidence as initial warm core/latent heat dependent
nature of this system is hard to pin down at this forecast
distance. Ensemble spread appears to increase sharply with track
of low level features after 00Z Wednesday. Scattered showers
and storms may fill in during the day Tuesday well north of low
center as low/mid level fgen axis extends north into southern
Great Lakes.

While details will need to be refined, the possibility of at least
portions of the area getting into heavy rainfall Tuesday
night/Wednesday still appears intact as PWATS may increase to 2+
inches late Tuesday/Wednesday. Antecedent conditions have been on
the dry side most locations which could alleviate some of the
concerns, but if higher end rainfall amounts in excess of 3 or 4
inches are realized in deformation forcing zone, some hydro issues
are possible. Have issued an ESF this afternoon highlighting the
late Tuesday-Wednesday evening period for some heavy rainfall
potential. Possible northward advection of mid level dry slot
midweek could sharpen up the axis of heaviest rain to a greater
degree than current guidance indicates. If a slower/westward
trend ends up verifying, there is some low possibility that a
marginal severe risk could evolve in a brief window across the
far southeast during this period.
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As of rn this is looking pretty similar geographically to Ike's remnants in 2008. With potential a similar intensity in regards to rainfall in some areas. Granted, the wind threat should not be there basically at all unlike Ike. But still, the potential is there for probably the most significant rainfall from tropical remnants in the Midwest since Cristobal, if not Ike.

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27 minutes ago, Geoboy645 said:

As of rn this is looking pretty similar geographically to Ike's remnants in 2008. With potential a similar intensity in regards to rainfall in some areas. Granted, the wind threat should not be there basically at all unlike Ike. But still, the potential is there for probably the most significant rainfall from tropical remnants in the Midwest since Cristobal, if not Ike.

Going to be interesting to see how it interacts with the front. If I read correctly there will be a jet streak over the region at the time this system passes by?

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6 hours ago, cyclone77 said:

Feels like one of those winter systems with a miss just southeast lol.  Getting tropical remnants here is almost as difficult as getting lake effect snows though.

Same catching myself thinking track at least looks good for lake enhancement 

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Perfect track wasted on 4” of rain! We kind need it though.

Edit to add the winds on the backside may produce some tropical storm conditions for a few hours here so that could be fun.

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3 minutes ago, sbnwx85 said:

Perfect track wasted on 4” of rain! We kind need it though.

Edit to add the winds on the backside may produce some tropical storm conditions for a few hours here so that could be fun.

That’s one plus side I see with being close to the core. Not often we get to have fun with TC remnants.

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It was mentioned that this is just like tracking a winter storm. And just like a winter storm, I seem to always get the rug pulled out from under me.  Just because I trusted the Euro. Northwest trend FTL once again.

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7 minutes ago, Stevo6899 said:

 giving me ptsd from new years blizzard

Ehh I’ll take the 1-3. I don’t feel like having to navigate Detroit with bad flooding just for work. Definitely don’t want to be swimming in southern Lake Michigan after all this rain.

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