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Monitoring Severe Weather Event Start For End Month into Beginning March 2021 For Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Parts of Louisiana

Monitoring Severe Weather Event Start For End Month into Beginning March 2021 For Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Parts of Louisiana

From ice to severe weather, the Southern Plains has it all.  March 1st is meteorological spring, which means severe thunderstorm and tornado season starts.  Our first round will be the Southern Plains so read on for details … Teleconnection pattern suggests the wide swings in deep troughs and arctic air shots will cease and the take over of the near […]

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Rain and Snow Forecast Maps For WA/OR/ID Valid Now Through Friday Evening

Rain and Snow Forecast Maps For WA/OR/ID Valid Now Through Friday Evening

A winter storm moving through the Pacific Northwest, which started this morning, will move eastward and provide snowfall for Eastern WA/OR and all of Idaho.  The maps within this discussion are clickable for a larger image on what to expect now through Friday evening. The NWF model image suite below is so you can see your zone region covered.  Keep […]

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Blizzard Warning Issued For Parts Of The Northeastern United States Wednesday into Thursday With Category 2 or 3 Event

Blizzard Warning Issued For Parts Of The Northeastern United States Wednesday into Thursday With Category 2 or 3 Event

National Weather Force has issued a Blizzard Warning for portions of the larger scale Winter Storm Warning in place for Wednesday into Thursday for a strong system expected into the region then.  Snow models, along with the exclusive in-office model are available by reading on … First I will go ahead and talk about the Blizzard Warning issued here at […]

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Sunday Storm System Into Northern California; Rain, Flood Risk, and Snow Forecast Models Included

Sunday Storm System Into Northern California; Rain, Flood Risk, and Snow Forecast Models Included

The second in the double-frontal zone storm systems will hit the Northern half of California on Sunday.  I’ve done the rainfall, snowfall, and even flood risk models for you so read on for details. Not much details, just know that there is a chance of thunder for Crescent City, Red Bluff, and the Chico areas on Sunday… some may have […]

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Double Storm Front To Impact Northern Half of California Later Today Through The Weekend; Zoom-in Rainfall Model Included

Double Storm Front To Impact Northern Half of California Later Today Through The Weekend; Zoom-in Rainfall Model Included

A double storm front will hit the northern half of California starting later today and going into Sunday.  The impacts will have some heavy rain at times along with the chance of some thunder, especially offshore or close to the San Francisco area overnight tonight, and Chico zones on Sunday. Flood Advisory criteria rains will be possible for San Francisco […]

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Winter Weather Watch Issued For Texas Panhandle and Parts of Oklahoma and Kansas Overnight on Saturday and into Sunday

Winter Weather Watch Issued For Texas Panhandle and Parts of Oklahoma and Kansas Overnight on Saturday and into Sunday

Issued or Partial Issued States:  TX Panhandle, OK, KS, Southwest MO – Map inside shows affected state areas. Site:  National Weather Force has issued a Winter Weather Watch effective overnight on Saturday and into Sunday. Date:  12/10/20 at 5:10pm Central Time Forecast: Cold air in place overnight on Saturday will meeting a fast-moving impulse through the region.  This impulse will […]

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Winter Storm and Winter Weather Watch Issued From Nebraska to Michigan Friday and Saturday; Details

Winter Storm and Winter Weather Watch Issued From Nebraska to Michigan Friday and Saturday; Details

Issued or Partial Issued States:  NE, IA, IL, WI, MI – Map inside shows affected state areas. Site:  National Weather Force has issued a Winter Storm Watch / Winter Weather Watch Hybrid effective Friday and Saturday. Date:  12/9/20 at 11:30 am Central Time Forecast: An upper level low will eject out of the Rocky Mountains on Thursday, providing Friday with […]

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Cutoff Low System To Deliver Precipitation to Central and Eastern Half of Arizona Starting Wednesday night; AZWF Precipitation Dynamics Model Projection

Cutoff Low System To Deliver Precipitation to Central and Eastern Half of Arizona Starting Wednesday night; AZWF Precipitation Dynamics Model Projection

At the beginning of the month, an article was released here at Arizona Weather Force indicating a pattern change after the 9th of the month.  This was a longer range projection, still standing today.  The article, labeled December 2020 Arizona Weather Pattern Forecast Suggests Anti-La Nina Characteristics With Cold Western USA Trough, still stands for today.  A cutoff low will enter Arizona […]

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Incoming Solar Storm Starts Later Wednesday and Into End Week As The Weather In Space Acts Up With A Geomagnetic Storm; Signal and GPS Disruptions Likely

Incoming Solar Storm Starts Later Wednesday and Into End Week As The Weather In Space Acts Up With A Geomagnetic Storm; Signal and GPS Disruptions Likely

Yesterday (Dec. 7th @ 1632 UT), the relatively small spot unleashed a C7-class solar flare and hurled a CME toward Earth – Worldwide Earthquake Intensity will increase along with disruptions in signals and GPS units … A pulse of X-rays from the flare ionized the top of Earth’s atmosphere, causing a minor shortwave radio blackout over South America. Affected frequencies […]

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Winter Storm Watch / Flood Watch Hybrid

Winter Storm Watch / Flood Watch Hybrid

Issued or Partial Issued States:  MD, DE, PA, NY, CT , MA, RI, VT, NH, ME – Use the image for location within because it may only cover part of your state. Site:  National Weather Force has issued a Winter Storm Watch / Flood Watch Hybrid effective Saturday Date:  12/3/20 at 10:45am Eastern Time Forecast: An upper level low will […]

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