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WARNING: Record Breaking Heatwave Projected Starting This Weekend For The Pacific Northwest With Temperatures Over 105-110+ Projected On Average

WARNING: Record Breaking Heatwave Projected Starting This Weekend For The Pacific Northwest With Temperatures Over 105-110+ Projected On Average

A record-breaking heatwave may be in the works starting this weekend and going through the early to mid part of the week of the 27th across the Pacific Northwest, Including the Willamette Valley to Seattle zones so read on for details … A near 600m upper-level ridge of high pressure will form directly overhead by this weekend.  This ridge is […]

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Numerous Thunderstorms Expected From Northeast California into North Nevada, North to Central and Eastern Oregon later Monday and Going Into Tuesday and even Wednesday; Details

Numerous Thunderstorms Expected From Northeast California into North Nevada, North to Central and Eastern Oregon later Monday and Going Into Tuesday and even Wednesday; Details

Numerous thunderstorms are expected to start later Monday in Northeast California / Northwest Nevada, including Tahoe and the Reno forecast area, spreading and intensifying north through Central and Eastern Oregon through Tuesday and even Wednesday for OR so read on for details … An upper-level low will park west of California on Monday.  This system will bring an area of […]

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WARNING:  Record Breaking Heatwave Projected Starting Next Weekend For California’s Central Valley With 120+F Temperatures Under Strong Ridge

WARNING: Record Breaking Heatwave Projected Starting Next Weekend For California’s Central Valley With 120+F Temperatures Under Strong Ridge

A record-breaking heatwave may be in the works starting next weekend and going through the early to mid part of the week of the 28th across California’s Central Valley with temperatures over 120F and higher, some even showing 121-125 for the Sacramento Valley so read on for details … While won’t affect much of Southern California, I decided to post […]

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FINAL FORECAST:  Flood Watch Issued For Deep South States With a Flood Advisory Up to the Carolinas Starting Friday and Going Into The Weekend

FINAL FORECAST: Flood Watch Issued For Deep South States With a Flood Advisory Up to the Carolinas Starting Friday and Going Into The Weekend

The earlier issued Special Weather Statement has shifted to the east a bit into the National Weather Force Flood Watch, taking Houston out of the flood risk, starting it along the Central Lousiana longitude line and going east to parts of the Florida Panhandle and up as far as the Carolinas as a tropical system moves in off the Gulf […]

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Special Weather Statement Issued For Gulf States Ahead Of Tropical System By End Week into The Weekend; Pending Flood Watch

Special Weather Statement Issued For Gulf States Ahead Of Tropical System By End Week into The Weekend; Pending Flood Watch

National Weather Force has issued a Special Weather Statement for the Gulf States from Houston to Atlanta through Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama effective the end of the week through the weekend as a tropical system is set to move through with flooding hazards so read on for details… The tropical system is not expected to be overly strong like a […]

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NWF Tornado Watch Issued For Northwestern Half of North Dakota; June 10, 2021

NWF Tornado Watch Issued For Northwestern Half of North Dakota; June 10, 2021

National Weather Force has issued a small-zoned tornado watch for West and Northwest North Dakota effect this evening so read on for details … An upper-level jet stream that will bring more severe weather to Canada will have a southern extension of tornado dynamics.  Southeasterly backing winds already evident with developing instability will work to bring a small area within […]

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Summer 2021 Forecast For The United States; Above Average Pacific Hurricane Season; Average Atlantic Hurricane Season; But A Number Of Landfalls

Summer 2021 Forecast For The United States; Above Average Pacific Hurricane Season; Average Atlantic Hurricane Season; But A Number Of Landfalls

La Nina has officially died and we have transitioned into a neutral pattern, which is neither La Nina or El Nino.  This will last through Summer 2021 so what does that mean for us?  I expect an above-average hurricane season for the Pacific and an average number for the Atlantic.  However, this season bodes well for a number of Atlantic […]

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Cold Late Season Storm To Affect Sierra Nevada Range With Heavy Snowfall Friday into Saturday; Winter Storm Warning Issued

Cold Late Season Storm To Affect Sierra Nevada Range With Heavy Snowfall Friday into Saturday; Winter Storm Warning Issued

National Weather Force has issued a Winter Storm Warning effective Friday into Saturday for the Sierra Nevada, along with a Winter Weather Advisory for Carson City, NV southward along 395 to near Bishop, CA so read on for details … A cold late season storm is dropping down, affecting the Susanville areas with light snow at the time of this […]

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Dry Lightning Warning:  Weekend Thunderstorms Pose Wildfire Start Threat In Across California Mountains

Dry Lightning Warning: Weekend Thunderstorms Pose Wildfire Start Threat In Across California Mountains

National Weather Force has issued a DRY LIGHTNING WARNING effective Saturday and Sunday across the Central and Northern California Mountains, including the entire Sierra Nevada Range so read on for details … An upper level low, typical for this time of year, will make its way into the forecast area on Saturday.  Upper level divergence and instability with it will […]

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Double Tornado Watch Issued On Anniversary of May 3, 1999 Tornado Outbreak In Tornado Alley; Strong Tornadoes Target Oklahoma and Arkansas, Especially Fort Smith

Double Tornado Watch Issued On Anniversary of May 3, 1999 Tornado Outbreak In Tornado Alley; Strong Tornadoes Target Oklahoma and Arkansas, Especially Fort Smith

National Weather Force has issued a double tornado watch for Oklahoma, Arkansas, and parts of Southern Indiana and Northern Kentucky, with tornado dynamics extending into the Dallas-Fort Worth areas as well so read on for details … Discussion:  The National Weather Force tornado model has finished running and between this evening and tonight there will be a number of strong […]

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