Severe Weather Outlook Areas

June 17th, 2012 at 2:32 am by under Uncategorized

0600 UTC Day 1 Outlook0600 UTC Day 2 Outlook0600 UTC Day 3 Outlook  These are the Day 1, Day 2 and Day 3 severe weather outlooks from SPC.  The overnight rain will clear and we’ll be dry for most all of Sunday.  Monday we have a chance of a shower or t-storm as the warm front shifts back north of us, but you can see the best chance of severe weather is north of Cadillac.  Tuesday and Wednesday we should be dry and hot with the storms across the U.P. and northern Wisconsin.  The overnight European model gives G.R. a temperature of 91.4 at 2 PM on Tuesday.  I often tack about 4 degrees onto that for a guess on the high temperature…and add a couple of degrees where it doesn’t rain much and we could be looking at a few spots reaching the upper 90s Tues. or Weds.  Click here for the current SPC outlooks and discussion. Here’s current SPC severe t-storm and tornado watches, meso-discussions, and storm reports. You can check national lightning, Michigan lightning and the latest visible satellite loop (daytime), infrared satellite (nighttime) and regional radar. Here’s storm reports from Tuesday, May 1 (10 states), including 15 tornadoes – they all look relatively small. The jet translates east into Michigan, so we should start to pick up some showers and t-storms around daybreak. ADD: Japanese motorcycle from the tsunami in March 2011 washes up on beach in Canada and a football washed away by the tsunami in Japan has been found on a beach in Alaska.

9 Responses to “Severe Weather Outlook Areas”

  1. Todd H (NE GR - Dean Lake) says:

    It’s going to be interesting to see what washes up on our shores from that tsunami

    1. Steelie says:

      Good Day,

      And with it, fears that invasive species will be introduced to the West coast. Did you catch the article the other day about a floating dock that washed ashore…?

      Steelie

  2. Dan says:

    Yes, Rain! Its here, at least for the time being! Happy Father’s Day Bill and Bloggers!!

  3. Bernie (At da Lakeshore) says:

    Strong warm fronts generated by a ring of fire have a history of creating bow echos here. A good gulley washer would put an end to the drought and give me something to mow again.
    Derecho season is here. I think I’ll sharpen the chainsaw today and get it ready just in case some free heat blocks the road in the morning. :)

  4. fixxxer says:

    id like one notable severe weather event around here this summer.

  5. bnoppe(Albion) says:

    Severe weather outlook is now over most of West Mi

  6. bnoppe(Albion) says:

    CURRENT THINKING IS THAT AN MCS /MUCH OF IT ELEVATED AND GENERALLY
    NON-SEVERE/ OR ASSOCIATED REMNANTS THEREOF WILL BE IN THE GENERAL
    VICINITY OF LAKE MI POTENTIALLY INCLUDING ADJACENT WI/MI MONDAY
    MORNING. IT IS PLAUSIBLE THAT THIS COULD PERSIST/REFOCUS SUBSEQUENT
    DEVELOPMENT INTO PARTS OF LOWER MI INTO THE LATE MORNING/AFTERNOON
    HOURS…WITH AT LEAST SOME ASSOCIATED POTENTIAL FOR WIND
    DAMAGE/SEVERE HAIL BEING POSSIBLE GIVEN THIS SCENARIO.

  7. jerry says:

    HEY YEAH A GOOD SEVERE EPISODE WOULD BE GREAT!!!! AT LESAT ONE!!!!! A DERECHO WOULD BE AWESOME!!!!!!

  8. Mr. Negative says:

    Strom free as always…

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