Skip to comments.NWS Jun 12, 2013 1630 UTC Day 1 Convective Outlook
Posted on 06/12/2013 10:15:34 AM PDT by Sender
...SYNOPSIS... A SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK APPEARS INCREASINGLY LIKELY ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE UPPER MIDWEST/LOWER GREAT LAKES FROM THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH THIS EVENING. INTENSE STORM DEVELOPMENT IN A VERY UNSTABLE AIRMASS...COINCIDENT WITH A COMPACT AND INTENSIFYING SURFACE LOW SHOULD RESULT IN NUMEROUS DAMAGING WIND EVENTS AS WELL AS SCATTERED...POSSIBLY STRONG TORNADOES.
...ERN IA/NRN IL/NRN IND/NWRN OH AND ADJACENT AREAS OF EXTREME SRN WI AND SWRN LOWER MI...
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I’m listening to Rush right now on WLS in Chicago.Their local forecast just said that things are gonna get ugly in that area this afternoon.They even mentioned tornadoes.
It looks like a bullseye centered on me. Aargh!
SPC has a high risk for N IL/IND later today. Those are rare, maybe a half dozen a year.
NWS tweet said it was the first HIGH risk of 2013. @wxjerdman said “Appears to be the first @NWSSPC high risk outlook since the Apr. 14, 2012 central Plains #tornado outbreak. Serious threat N. IL/N. IN.”
I’m surprised OK wasn’t high risk those couple of days last month.
Yeah really. If those monster storms weren’t “high risk” I’m surprised.
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