Good morning bloggers,
In the past three hurricane seasons Weather2020 accurately predicted the following named storms: Harvey, Irma, Maria, Alberto, Gordon, Florence, Michael, and Dorian. Dorian was predicted six months before to be a potential tropical system “lurking in the Bahama’s”, as was in the popular 1Weather app. And now, this system:
The National Hurricane Center has increased the probability of a named storm to 60%. This has been in our forecast for months now as you can see this pulled from one of the videos that played in the 1Weather app on our 12-week forecast section over a month ago:
Here is a little clip:
As you can see in this short video clip, I pointed to the exact same location that the National Hurricane Center is targeting. Our 30 day to 180 day outlook is showing once again to be better than a 7 day outlook from the NHC.
The current cycling weather pattern set up last October, almost a year ago, and it continues today. The “blizzard part of the cycling pattern” that produced 10″ of rain in October, a blizzard in November, a one foot snowstorm in January, a 3″ snowstorm in March, and severe weather risks in the warm season, is returning in these next ten days. The pattern has been cycling in the 47-52 day range, centered closest to 49 days since it began. A new and unique pattern will begin evolving soon. There are subtle changes beginning to show up, and the much bigger phenomena happens two to three weeks from now after the sun sets at the North Pole on the Autumnal Equinox.
Severe Weather Risks:
The above two graphics show the severe weather risks for today and Thursday. There is an enhanced slight risk of severe weather today over the western high plains, and then the risk is over KC on Thursday.
This next map above shows the 3K NAM model with a strong to severe line of thunderstorms extending from Iowa into Oklahoma valid a 6 PM Thursday.
The timing of tomorrows front will be of high interest for when and where these thunderstorms will affect your area. Right now it appears to be in the 3 PM to 7 PM window for Kansas City. It will be a warm and muggy couple of days ahead of this system.
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Have a great day!