Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Special Weather Advisory (West Oregon, South Washington State, West Washington State)

Special Weather advisory for:
-West Oregon
-South Washington State
-West Washington State

At 9:54 pm CDT, a circle of showers and thunderstorms were rapidly moving northeast. This circle is indictive of a tight low pressure, which may be moving into the Canadian Terrirories.

Notice

I am posting Special Weather Advisories.

WHEN I POST THESE ADVISORIES OR WARNINGS ETC. THEY ARE NOT REAL OR FROM THE NWS. THEY ARE MADE UP BY AN UNPROFESSIONAL METEOROLOGIST, FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

That caps area was not meant in an offenseive way. Simply an imformative way.

Special Weather Advisory (Central IL, East Central MO)

A SPECIAL WEATHER ADVISORY is now issued for Central Illinois.

At 9:46pm CDT, strong thunderstorms were rolling along the Central Illinois area to the east, with more storms continuing to flare up close to the main sector of intensity of storms.
Strong storms in East Central Missouri were also moving east into central Illinois at this time.

It is advised you take cover if you live in the following areas:
-Central Illinois
-East Central Missouri

*Note: These forecasts are made by an unprofessional meteorologist and are not really issued by the NWS.

Notice.

I will not issue any maps unless they are in an enlarged threat area.

June 8th forecast

Hello, I am Meteorologist Andrew Racki, and here is tonight's forecast.
Tonight, we will see strong storms slowly progress east through the Midwest, bringing possibly severe storms from central illinois down into the heart of America, even touching Mexico.
Rain is currently exiting the Wisconsin area. All rain in Wisconsin will be out of that area by about 10pm, if not earlier.
A warm front is lifting northward, and will pass through the Lower Great Lakes, fending off the cool temperatures experienced there today.
A cold front behind it may introduce thunderstorms as well behind that warm front.
Have a good evening.