Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Mississippi Valley Storms

The Weather Alternative issued a long-range forecast at the end of February calling for storms over the Mississippi Valley between March 17-19.

The Weather Channel map at right shows a low pressure system on the 19th soaking the Mississippi Valley. The following comment is from the Weather Channel on the 18th:

Over the Southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley, both severe thunderstorms and heavy rain will cause problems today. The severe threat today will be large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes, with thunderstorms organizing into a squall line late today into tonight over East Texas through the Lower Mississippi Valley and the severe threat shifting to more of a high wind threat...Flood and flash flood watches extend from Central Texas through the Mid-Mississippi and Ohio Valleys into central Pennsylvania.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good for people to know.