Monthly Archives: September 2012

Follow-Up on the September 18, 2012 Severe Weather Event

All¬† (updated at 830 pm Thursday 09/20 after some discussion with coworkers), SPC upgraded much of the coastal Mid-Atlantic to a Moderate Risk on the Day 1 Outlook¬† at 1630Z 09/18/2012, with a 45% probability of damaging winds and a … Continue reading

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Severe Weather in the Mid-Atlantic and Carolinas on Tuesday

All, An amplifying northern stream trough will dig southeast from the upper midwest into the central MS river valley tonight, progressing into the Great Lakes and OH valley during the day Tuesday. A southern stream upper low over southeast TX … Continue reading

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R2O Update from the CSTAR Tropical Cyclone Winds Team

Reid and Jonathan provided an update on the CSTAR Tropical Cyclone (TC) winds project to members of the NWS Tropical Hazards Team and the NWS Eastern Region Headquarters. The update included information on the development of training materials for forecasters, … Continue reading

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