Category Archives: MCS Crossing the Appalachian Mountains

MCS Crossing the Appalachian Mountains – Updated & Expanded

On June 18th, a small cluster of thunderstorms developed near St Louis at around 02 UTC. During the next 24 hours, these thunderstorms would grow into an MCS that would move across the OH Valley and the southern Appalachians before … Continue reading

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Potentially Severe Convection Crossing the Appalachian Mountains Tonight?

Impressive squall line moving across the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys this afternoon producing lots of severe weather reports. High resolution WRF simulations (shown below)¬†indicate this system may the cross the Appalachian Mountains around midnight. Timing of this system will be … Continue reading

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