Sunday, August 27, 2006

August 19-22, 2006 Forecast Results

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Forecast for August 19-22, 2006

These forecasts were developed during the first two weeks of December 2005.

Aug. 19-22:

Several atmospheric ingredients will come together over the Southeastern States from the Big Bend of Florida into Georgia creating a threat of severe weather. The threat will extend into the Ohio Valley as well. It is possible that this signifies a tropical system or at least abundant tropical moisture that drops heavy rain over the Southeast.


August 19, 2006- Accuweather

The cold front that triggered these storms is steadily moving east and showers and strong storms are expected later today across the Ohio Valley and into the eastern Great Lakes.

August 19, 2006- Map by Accuweather

August 21, 2006- Accuweather

Drenching Southern Storms

(State College, PA) - The front that brought soaking rain to parts of the Northeast over the weekend is stalling in the South. is forecasting that showers and thunderstorms through the end of the week may lead to localized flooding problems.

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