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Old 07-07-2010, 01:27 PM
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Default Possible storms today and tomorrow (July 7th and 8th)

Just thought I'd create a thread for the possible storms today and tomorrow, so not everything gets lost in the chat.
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http://rapidrefresh.noaa.gov/hrrrcon...Jul+2010+-+13Z
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Storms may fire today on lake brezze fronts and we all know that lake brezze front can be weird mabye some rotation? Lets hope. Tomarrow night and pre dawn on friday look decent for thunderstorm activity along the cold front WRF and SREF are both suggesting storms along the coldfront and HRRR is saying storms possible along lake breeze fronts today. All this heat and humidity has to go somewhere
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do you guys think we will get anything good?
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late tomarrow will be our best shot but u cant rule anything out today
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Looks like we'll have a classic episode of thunderstorm activity tomorrow... a late evening/overnight cold front MCS! I will not speculate on anything else about it. Analysis in the morning... or later tonight!
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There's loud cracking thunder here in Stoney Creek. Just started about 20 mins ago (around 7pm). The clouds look pretty ominous... they seemed to have come from nowhere, lol. Anyway, thought some of you would like to know!
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Hey guys this is the system that is coming are way for tomarrow just thought id post a radar pic
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Default Possible storms today and tomorrow (July 7th and 8th)

Checking things out on the hhhr looks like there
Could be some isolated storms popping up prior to the front passing in the area to te south and west of Barrie. I get off around 3 in Toronto and will be heading north I think unless something changes looking like up north will have more instability today unless there is some lake effect type storms. That's my two cents now I stuck my neck out and said it it will probably go down waaaay different.....
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Just wanted to post something for monday and tuesday.
...DISCUSSION...
BROAD TROUGH IS FORECAST TO REMAIN OVER MOST OF THE CONUS...EXCEPT
THE SWRN STATES SUN/DAY4 AND MON/DAY 5...WITH THE RIDGE GRADUALLY
BUILDING BACK INTO THE SRN AND CENTRAL STATES BY TUE/DAY 6.
THOUGH DIFFERENCES ON TIMING EXIST BETWEEN THE VARIOUS MEDIUM RANGE
MODELS...WITHIN THE BROADER TROUGH A SHORTWAVE TROUGH IS FORECAST TO
DIG SEWD INTO THE MID/UPPER MS VALLEY ON SUN AND THEN SHIFT EWD
ACROSS THE GREAT LAKES/OH VALLEY ON MON...AND INTO THE NERN STATES
ON TUE. A COLD FRONT SHOULD SPREAD EWD AND SWD AHEAD OF THIS IMPULSE
AND AN UNSTABLE ENVIRONMENT SHOULD BE FAVORABLE FOR THUNDERSTORMS
FROM THE UPPER MS VALLEY SWD INTO PORTIONS OF CENTRAL/SRN PLAINS
SUN...GREAT LAKES/OH VALLEY MON AND THE MID ATLANTIC STATES NWD INTO
NEW ENGLAND TUE. SEVERE POTENTIAL CERTAINLY APPEARS POSSIBLE ALL
THREE DAYS ACROSS PORTIONS OF THE PRE MENTIONED AREAS...BUT
DIFFERENCES IN MODEL SPEED/LOCATION AND CONSEQUENT THREAT AREAS...AS
WELL AS MARGINAL SHEAR FOR SUPERCELLS...PRECLUDES 30% OUTLOOK AREAS
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