Sunday, July 10, 2011

StormTrack: July 10 Bismarck Severe Storms

The Weather Centre is monitoring strong storms tracking towards Bismarck, North Dakota.
We have identified an area of potential weak rotation southwest of Bismarck.
The reason I say weak is because one direction's winds are above 30 knots, while the other direction doesn't pass 20 knots, therefore the winds are not terrifically conductive for a tornado.
However, with areas of stronger directional winds to the north of the lower wind speed, there remains potential for both parties to adjust into a couplet of strong rotation.
We will continue to monitor this situation.

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