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Satellite Image of the Week 2020 #21

This week’s image was taken this morning over the South. This week’s image shows a Mesoscale Convective System (MCS) over northwestern Louisiana, southwestern Arkansas, and southeastern Texas.  It is moving southeasterly; ahead of the MCS is an outflow boundary that … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2020 #19

This week’s image was taken earlier this week over eastern Texas. This week’s image is an enhanced infrared image of a mesoscale convective system (MCS) that was exiting eastern Texas and southeastern Oklahoma overnight. The previous day, this system was … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2019 #17

This week’s Satellite Image of the Week is of a Mesoscale Convective System (MCS) over north-central Texas. This is an enhanced infrared image rather than a visible light image.  If you look at the timing, you’ll see that it occurred … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Today: 4/19/15

I wasn’t too far off yesterday. At first, I wondered if I had predicted too far east, but there were two tornadoes in northeastern Colorado, not too far from Goodland, KS. In total, seven tornadoes touched down yesterday across the … Continue reading

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MCS in target area

Well, it looks like there is an MCS raging in the target area. The tornado threat looks to have shifted a bit north. The cells are more discrete to the northeast as well- Woodward, OK area, which I thought was … Continue reading

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