Thread: April 27, 2017
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Old 04-27-2017, 03:53 PM
tice23 tice23 is offline
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Default Re: April 27, 2017

I saw that. it looks just like shear along the gust front but the indentation near Stratford makes me think there might be more to it. as it moves into the regions of higher storm helicity to the east it might get exciting.

Also should mention the storm front that passed over tobermory has a huge bow echo with near 64kt front winds! its also pinching back on its self at the northern tip. i know thats way north of here, but its looking very violent and thought i should mention it. the tip of the echo is rotating around a point south of killarney and has a differential on radar of 60-70kts. i think that has some high probability of producing a tornado. no tornado warning...yet lol
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