Monday, March 07, 2011

March 5-7, 2011 Forecast Results

The November 14, 2010 post entitled Midwest Winter Cold and Heating Oil contains long-range weather forecasts for the Midwest U.S through March 2011. The forecast for March 5-7, 2011 called for a cold front over the Midwest to trigger storms down into Kentucky and Tennessee.
Mar 05
The above Weather Channel map is for March 5th and shows the cold front and low pressure system over Kentucky. The front extended even further than expected down to the Gulf Coast.

Flood watches were issued for the Midwest. Many locations picked up 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain on the 5th, and a deadly tornado ripped through Louisiana. On the 6th, the storm then continued to affect the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast with wind, snow, and rain.

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