I'll be back posting in earnest starting Thursday. I'll have posts in between then, though.
It looks like the weekend will be active for severe weather across the central part of the United States. On Saturday, the severe weather threat will exist in the northern Plains as all modes of severe (tornadoes, damaging winds, and very large hail). The tornado and large hail threat will occur in the afternoon when the predominate storm type is supercellular in nature, and will evolve to more of a damaging wind threat once the supercells congeal into a mesoscale convective system later in the evening into Saturday night.
|Severe weather probabilities on Saturday, issued by the SPC on Friday.|
|Severe weather probabilities on Sunday, issued by the SPC on Friday.|