Sunday, May 27, 2012

Deep Convection in Beryl Aiming for Southeast

As shown in the images below, the strongest convection in Beryl is on either side of the tropical storm. I have a feeling that things will get pretty intense in the Southeast over the next several hours as Beryl makes landfall.

I will finally be able to get onto a computer tomorrow.


May 27, 2012 Chase Spot

Shearing and instability are increasing along the cold front currently stationed in Kansas and Nebraska. This increased shearing, combined with strong lower level winds, looks to make for an interesting afternoon, particularly in the south central Nebraska and north central Kansas areas.

Chase Spot: Hastings, Nebraska
Confidence: Moderate-High

Moderate Risk of Severe Weather Today

A moderate risk of severe weather has been issued for Kansas and Nebraska for the potential for large hail, which is the image with the pink. A sounding from KOAX (Omaha, Nebraska) below shows that clouds could spike over 53,000 feet! Since I am on my phone for all day today, check for updates on the Facebook page.