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Stormydude 07-16-2016 11:22 AM

July 18, 2016
 
http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day3otlk.html Looks interesting. Supposed to be a late morning and early afternoon threat. I'm hoping it pushes to a little later in the day and a little more north too.

DarkSky 07-17-2016 10:38 AM

Re: July 18, 2016
 
The way this season has been going, I expect absolutely nothing anymore :cool:

Welcome to Niagara - "Canada's Tropical Desert"

Stormydude 07-17-2016 03:59 PM

Re: July 18, 2016
 
And now the risk is only for Eastern Ontario. Storms will be overnight, if they even have enough energy to form at this point.

Friday and Saturday look interesting. Lots of heat. Maybe lots of lift and sheer too? Seems we only ever have one of those at a time. Since 2009, all the better storm years have been odd numbers. That's the case in Kitchener at least. So I guess next year will be decent again...hoping, but not getting my hopes TOO high...

DarkSky 07-17-2016 05:06 PM

Re: July 18, 2016
 
We still have a couple months yet. Mother Nature may surprise us still :D

Stormydude 07-18-2016 10:21 AM

Re: July 18, 2016
 
Looks like Southern Niagara is where all the storms are at? Didn't it used to be the other way around?

DarkSky 07-18-2016 06:00 PM

Re: July 18, 2016
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Stormydude (Post 6931)
Looks like Southern Niagara is where all the storms are at? Didn't it used to be the other way around?

Yah they used to come in across the lake quite often. West -> East.

The drought in Canada's desert region continues... :cry:


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