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Old 02-11-2010, 04:14 PM
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Photos June 14, 2004 - Severe Thunderstorms, Tornado Reports

This system was keeping the staff at The Weather Network busy all day but they manage to stay on top of things!
A list of the watches and warnings by E.C. at
17:10 (Niagara was included soon after):
Satellite image of the cells W. of Toronto:
Expanded view of system going through :
Regional doppler shot of the line approaching as well
as other local cells developing at 5:11pm:
Regional doppler showing local cells at 5:26pm
Regional doppler at 7:58pm:
Storms approaching me (red dot) 6:52pm:
Relative Velocity map - notice the rotation (reds
next to greens) at 5:32pm. Tornado warnings
had been issued:
Lightning strike map at 7:30pm:
St Catharines - Grimsby - northern Niagara region
6:49 PM EDT Monday 14 June 2004


Severe thunderstorm warning for St Catharines - Grimsby - northern Niagara region issued At 6:45 a line of severe thunderstorms extending from southern Georgian Bay to central Lake Erie will continue to move eastward at 70 km/h. These thunderstorms are expected to produce damaging winds of 100 km/h.

This is a warning that severe thunderstorms are imminent or occurring in these regions. Remember some severe thunderstorms produce Tornadoes..Listen for updated warnings. Emergency management Ontario recommends taking cover immediately when threatening weather approaches. At 6:45 a line of severe thunderstorms extending from southern Georgian Bay to central Lake Erie will continue to move eastward at 70 km/h. These thunderstorms are expected to produce damaging winds of 100 km/h.

ST CATHARINES - GRIMSBY - NORTHERN NIAGARA REGION
5:32 PM EDT MONDAY 14 JUNE 2004
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH FOR ST CATHARINES - GRIMSBY - NORTHERN NIAGARA REGION CONTINUED CONDITIONS ARE FAVOURABLE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH THIS EVENING. THIS IS AN ALERT TO THE POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENT OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS.

MONITOR WEATHER CONDITIONS..LISTEN FOR UPDATED STATEMENTS. IF THREATENING WEATHER APPROACHES TAKE IMMEDIATE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
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Default Re: June 14, 2004 - Severe Thunderstorms, Tornado Reports

My uncle and I chased an embedded supercell west of Elmira and caught this rotating wall cloud.

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