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This was a high based thunderstorm that formed over the San Bernardino Mountains. The base was above 10,000 feet as I could see the base above the mountain peak before the rain shafts reached the ground. I did get to experience a few sprinkles out of it. I also experienced two possible land-spouts. But, I could not get a picture or verify as it was in the distance and I was driving. They didn't last long, and this is what has me convinced they did
Good morning bloggers,
Where will this tropical system track?
There are many solutions scaring the eastern seaboard right now on possible strong hurricane formation and tracks into the east coast. This is possible, but […]
The massive change in the weather pattern is now taking place and will evolve over the next few weeks. As this is happening, the tropical season is often affected. We must monitor the tropics very closely. Take a look at this morning's outlook from the National Hurricane Center:
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We will be tracking a fall cold front this morning. It isn't very strong, but it will be noticeable when it moves through and we finally wipe out the hot and humid air mass that has been in place. As of 4:30 AM the front was still way up to the northwest of Kansas City and still hours away. A large area of rain was forming with a few embedded thunderstorms and this area of rain was marching its way towards KC:
Good morning Weather2020 Bloggers,
There is a massive change taking place in the next ten days. According to the LRC the weather pattern sets up between October 1st and November 10th. You can expand that to August 1st and November 30th. […]
Fall began at 9:21 AM on Thursday, but many locations east of the Rockies, except the northern Plains, still feel like summer. This is going to change by the end of the weekend as a cold front sweeps across the Plains and Midwest
Earth's axis is tilted at an angle of about 23.4° in relation to the ecliptic, the imaginary plane created by Earth's path around the Sun. On any other day of the year, either the southern hemisphere or the Northern Hemisphere tilts a little towards the Sun. But on the 2 equinoxes, the tilt of Earth's axis is perpendicular to the Sun's rays
A strong storm will move into the western United States in a massively changing pattern. What will this storm do? Let's take a look!