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    6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    I didn't see a thread already started for Tuesday but if so please merge.

    http://www.crh.noaa.gov/wxstory.php?site=oax

    Omaha NWS is saying Tuesday has potential to be worse than the Mothers Day outbreak.
    Be interesting to see how things look tomorrow.



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Bring it on!



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Another significant threat will likely be flash flooding, the atmosphere will be plenty moist with pwat values around 2 inches. Although storms should be fairly fast moving which may limit the flash flood potential somewhat.


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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone87 View Post
    Another significant threat will likely be flash flooding, the atmosphere will be plenty moist with pwat values around 2 inches.
    Yeah, I noticed today that Accuweather is calling for over 4 inches of rain tomorrow night in Ankeny... http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/ank...t/333083?day=2



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Quote Originally Posted by chuckd4735 View Post
    Yeah, I noticed today that Accuweather is calling for over 4 inches of rain tomorrow night in Ankeny... http://www.accuweather.com/en/us/ank...t/333083?day=2
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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclone87 View Post
    Another significant threat will likely be flash flooding, the atmosphere will be plenty moist with pwat values around 2 inches. Although storms should be fairly fast moving which may limit the flash flood potential somewhat.
    PWAT = precipitable water




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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Hail, high winds, isolated tornados (as opposed to non isolated tornados), and heavy rain. Sounds like a good day to leave work early.


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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Sooooo slow pitch at 730 isn't likely?



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    PWAT = precipitable water
    As opposed to what other kind of water?



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Gonna be an early morning of tissue sampling to beat the rain. What time is it supposed to roll in?

    Side note: its always fun being on the 4th floor of a poorly constructed apartment building that has no basement during severe weather and potentially tornadoes. Should be a good time.


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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Sounds like we could have one of these: http://www.accuweather.com/en/weathe...icane/14159133



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnstoncy View Post
    Sounds like we could have one of these: http://www.accuweather.com/en/weathe...icane/14159133
    Nice! I remember last year there was one but it started in Eastern IA and went all the way out to PA I think so we just missed out on it



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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Quote Originally Posted by CynadoAlley View Post
    Gonna be an early morning of tissue sampling to beat the rain. What time is it supposed to roll in?

    Side note: its always fun being on the 4th floor of a poorly constructed apartment building that has no basement during severe weather and potentially tornadoes. Should be a good time.
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    Re: 6-3 Weather Thread-Long track tornadoes?

    Quote Originally Posted by CloneinWDSM View Post
    Sooooo slow pitch at 730 isn't likely?
    Should be okay



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