Sunday, May 1, 2011: Rain! More rain - flash flood watch

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Rain is moving back into the area.  We had a semi-lull this morning.  Radar early this afternoon is showing an area of showers and thunderstorms over much of Arkansas and southern Missouri.  This precipitation is spreading into our local counties.  Rainfall totals this afternoon into tomorrow morning should be in the 1-2" range.  Additional rain will fall on Monday afternoon into Tuesday morning.  Another 1-2" possible in out region.

Flash flood watch continues...
Flood warning continues...
Rivers continue to flood...

- Beau

Sunday, May 01, 2011
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Rain is falling over the region and will continue to fall through Monday.  Several waves of precipitation will move across our region.  It won't rain all the time - on and off.  Rain should come to an end on Tuesday morning and then we get a break - for several days.  Thankfully.

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I am concerned about the May 7th-12th time frame for severe thunderstorms.  
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A flood warning continues for our area - see the detailed information on watches and warnings by clicking here...

A flash flood watch has been issued for Saturday night into Monday for far southern Illinois, western Kentucky, southeast Missouri, northeast Arkansas, and western Tennessee.  Just click the previous for watch details.  Additional widespread rainfall totals of 1-3" are likely with pockets of 3-5" of rain.   I am just the messenger - please send all hate mail to Nature!

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Have you joined the email list?  I send out emails 2-4 days in advance of severe weather.  Basically this is a "heads up" email.  If you would like to subscribe then click here.
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The McCracken County Office of Emergency Management reminds you that owning a NOAA Weather Radio is the best way to receive notifications of severe weather watches and warnings.
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Also our new forecast page is finished!  Just click the link below to see all of our Weather Observatory graphics - from the severe weather outlook to lake and river stages - extended outlooks - monthly outlooks - satellite - and more!.

Weather Observatory Graphics and Forecast Page
River stages
http://weather.weatherobservatory.com/rivers/us.html 
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This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox.  There could be issues with spacing on Internet Explorer..
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For Sunday - Showers and thunderstorms.  On and off.  A few storms will be heavy.  Flash flood watch is in effect.  Anyone working around levees should use caution as they may begin to weaken and some may failure in the coming days.  Coolish temperatures with highs in the 60s. 
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Lightning is a concern for anyone working outside.  
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We have been getting reports of more and more snakes in areas they should not be.  Use caution.  
Avoid flooded roadways as you are out and about helping others. Check on neighbors if concerned - don't assume someone has checked on them.
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Need to check radar today?  No problem - click here.
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River stages
http://weather.weatherobservatory.com/rivers/us.html 
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Continued flooding.  Concern will increase with each passing day that the strain on levees could cause some to break.  Be prepared for flash flooding in the event of a levee breach.  Have life jackets and other emergency supplies ready for immediate deployment in the event of a breach.  

Showers and thunderstorms on and off on Sunday into Sunday night.  Lightning.  Heavy downpours. 

Snake bites - a number of people have reported snakes escaping the flood waters and moving into areas they are normally not seen.
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This forecast covers far southern Illinois, southeast Missouri, and western Kentucky
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Sunday:  Flash flood watch.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms - more widespread in the morning and then becoming more scattered in the afternoon.
Highs:  in the upper 60s  | Wind: west wind at 5-10 mph.

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Sunday night:  Flash flood watch.  Showers and thunderstorms likely.  Locally heavy rain likely.
Lows: around 52 degrees  |  Wind: west winds at 10 mph.
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Monday:  Flash flood watch.  Scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Cool. 
Highs:  around 67 degrees  | Wind: northwest winds at 10 mph.
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Monday night:  Showers and thunderstorms likely.
Lows: around 46 degrees  |  Wind: northwest winds at 10-15 mph.
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Tuesday:  A good chance for showers and thunderstorms. 
Highs:  around 63 degrees  | Wind: north/northwest winds at 10 mph.
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Rainfall totals from Sunday into Monday night should be in the 1-3" range.  Pockets of heavier rain possible.  Flash flood watches and warnings have been issued for the region.
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Below image - Low temperatures for Sunday morning
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Remember you can view all of these images by going to our new graphics page - click here
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Below image - High temperatures for Sunday afternoon
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Below image - High temperatures for Monday afternoon 
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The forecast for severe or extreme weather risk for today, tonight, and tomorrow... 


Today (Sunday)  Showers and thunderstorms scattered about - locally heavy downpours and lightning is the main concern.  Flooding.
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Tonight (Sunday night)  Showers and thunderstorms.  Heavy rain likely. Flash flooding is a continued concern.

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Monday: Scattered showers and thunderstorms.  Flooding is the main concern.  Lightning with any storms that develop. 
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Here is the official graphic from the Storm Prediction Center (remember they are the national government office the forecasts severe weather and outlines the risk zones)  You can see they have a yellow area for our counties - this means general thunderstorms but below severe levels.

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Rainfall totals for the next 72 hours
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You can see there are some pretty big numbers showing up on the 72 hour rainfall map.  Let's hope for the low end of the range - but be prepared for the bigger amounts.  Flash flooding will continue to be a concern.  General flooding is going to occur - there is no place for the water to run off.
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The good news is that after the rain moves out on Monday night or Tuesday - then we should have some dry days afterwards.


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You can view the updated rainfall forecast maps - updated twice a day by going to the Weather Observatory Forecast Site - Click Here
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We have a number of new radars available on our Weather Observatory web-site!
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We now offer St Louis, Mt Vernon, Evansville, Poplar Bluff, Cape Girardeau, Marion, Paducah, Hopkinsville, and Dyersburg Interactive City Radars.  We also have the two regional radars and now offer you three GR Earth radars.

http://www.weatherobservatory.com/weather-radar.htm---
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You can now view the 6-10 and 8-14 day forecasts!  Maps are available by clicking here.
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1.Main concern will be when does the rain move out.  Monday night or Tuesday.  IF the front stalls then it will likely hold on until Tuesday.  It appears at this time to be a decent bet that on/off rain will continue into Tuesday morning.  Then the rain should come to an end later on Tuesday. 
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2.  I am watching the May 7th-13th time frame for severe weather risks.  It appears the atmosphere will reload by then and produce a few storm systems that will need to be monitored. 
Hail would be the main concern.
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3.  A cool and damp summer may be in store for the region.  Active hurricane season, as well.


4.  What about winter?  Current long range thinking is that we have another active winter - like the late 1970s (we are in that pattern).  Lot of cold weather potential.

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April 30, 2011: Here comes the rain again...

Saturday, April 30, 2011

Video has been updated
http://www.weatherobservatory.com/weather-video.htm

Well, the break didn't last long.  It appears more rain is heading into our region - so I felt I should update.  I am also going to add a Sandbag and First Responder forecast to the page (until this flood event is over)

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A flood warning continues for our area - see the detailed information on watches and warnings by clicking here...

A flash flood watch has been issued for Saturday night into Monday for far southern Illinois, western Kentucky, southeast Missouri, northeast Arkansas, and western Tennessee.  Just click the previous for watch details.  Additional widespread rainfall totals of 1-3" are likely with pockets of 3-5" of rain.   I am just the messenger - please send all hate mail to Nature!

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Have you joined the email list?  I send out emails 2-4 days in advance of severe weather.  Basically this is a "heads up" email.  If you would like to subscribe then click here.
.. 

The McCracken County Office of Emergency Management reminds you that owning a NOAA Weather Radio is the best way to receive notifications of severe weather watches and warnings.
.

Also our new forecast page is finished!  Just click the link below to see all of our Weather Observatory graphics - from the severe weather outlook to lake and river stages - extended outlooks - monthly outlooks - satellite - and more!.

Weather Observatory Graphics and Forecast Page
River stages
http://weather.weatherobservatory.com/rivers/us.html 

This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox.  There could be issues with spacing on Internet Explorer..
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For today - Clouds will be on the increase - winds, as well.  South/southwest winds at 15-30 mph with gusts to 40 mph in open areas A few showers and thunderstorms will develop later this afternoon and more likely during the evening hours.  
Lightning is the main concern - although a brief severe thunderstorm is also possible.  We are under a slight risk, according to the Storm Prediction Center, for severe storms later today and this evening.   
We have been getting reports of more and more snakes in areas they should not be.  Use caution.  
Avoid flooded roadways as you are out and about helping others.   
Need to check radar today?  No problem - click here.
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River stages
http://weather.weatherobservatory.com/rivers/us.html 
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Continued flooding.  Concern will increase with each passing day that the strain on levees could cause some to break.  Be prepared for flash flooding in the event of a levee breach.  Have life jackets and other emergency supplies ready for immediate deployment in the event of a breach.  


Gusty winds today (20-35 mph - perhaps 40 mph on lakes and open areas)


Snake bites - a number of people have reported snakes escaping the flood waters and moving into areas they are normally not seen.
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This forecast covers far southern Illinois, southeast Missouri, and western Kentucky
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Saturday: Partly cloudy.  Windy and mild.  An increasing chance for a shower or thunderstorm late in the day - towards evening - especially over southeast MO and western TN - moving east/northeast.
Highs:  in the upper 70s and lower 80s  | Wind: south winds at 15-20 mph with gusts to 40 mph.

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Saturday night:  Showers and thunderstorms likely.  A few strong storms possible - especially over the southern portion of the region (Missouri Bootheel and western Tennessee).
Lows: around 60 degrees  |  Wind: south winds at 10-15 mph.
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Sunday:  A chance for morning showers and then a lull in the precipitation.  A chance for showers returning during the afternoon and evening hours.  Cooler. 
Highs:  around 69 degrees  | Wind: northwest winds at 10 mph.
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Sunday night:  Showers and thunderstorms likely. Cooler.
Lows: around 53 degrees  |  Wind: northwest winds at 10-15 mph.
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Monday:  A good chance for showers and thunderstorms.  Cooler. 
Highs:  around 63 degrees  | Wind: north/northwest winds at 10 mph.
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Rainfall totals from Saturday night into Monday should be in the 1-3" range.  Pockets of heavier rain possible.  Additional rain will fall after Sunday afternoon.  Flash flood watches and warnings have been issued for the region.
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Below image - High temperatures for Saturday afternoon
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Remember you can view all of these images by going to our new graphics page - click here
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Below image - High temperatures for Sunday afternoon
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Below image - High temperatures for Monday afternoon 
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The forecast for severe or extreme weather risk for today, tonight, and tomorrow... 


Today (Saturday)  A few storms may develop late this afternoon
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Tonight (Saturday night)  Thunderstorms are likely.  Locally heavy rain.  Some isolated warnings are possible - mainly for hail and gusty winds.  Lightning is a concern with any storms that form.  Flash flooding, as well.


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Sunday and Sunday night:  Showers and thunderstorms - but they are not forecast to be severe.  I will monitor this time frame.  Right now it mainly looks like rain is the biggest concern..  
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Here is the official graphic from the Storm Prediction Center (remember they are the national government office the forecasts severe weather and outlines the risk zones)  You can see they have a yellow area for our counties - this means general thunderstorms but below severe levels.  The orange area is a slight risk zone - slight risk means that severe storms are likely but should not be widespread in nature (I know - I know slight isn't the best word but that is what they use)

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And here is the outlook graphic for Sunday - yellow just means general thunderstorms but not expected to be severe in nature.  
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Rainfall totals for the next 72 hours
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You can see there are some pretty big numbers showing up on the 72 hour rainfall map.  Let's hope for the low end of the range - but be prepared for the bigger amounts.
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The good news is that after the rain moves out on Monday night or Tuesday - then we should have some dry days afterwards.
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You can view the updated rainfall forecast maps - updated twice a day by going to the Weather Observatory Forecast Site - Click Here
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We have a number of new radars available on our Weather Observatory web-site!
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We now offer St Louis, Mt Vernon, Evansville, Poplar Bluff, Cape Girardeau, Marion, Paducah, Hopkinsville, and Dyersburg Interactive City Radars.  We also have the two regional radars and now offer you three GR Earth radars.

http://www.weatherobservatory.com/weather-radar.htm---
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You can now view the 6-10 and 8-14 day forecasts!  Maps are available by clicking here.
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1.Main concern will be when does the rain move out.  Monday night or Tuesday.  IF the front stalls then it will likely hold on until Tuesday.  It appears at this time to be a decent bet that on/off rain will continue into Tuesday morning.  Then the rain should come to an end later on Tuesday.  
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2.  I am watching the May 7th-13th time frame for severe weather risks.  It appears the atmosphere will reload by then and produce a few storm systems that will need to be monitored.  Hail will be the main risk. 
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3.  The first half of May will likely bring a break in this extreme severe weather pattern - this is good news.   
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4.  Look for hurricane forecasts to come out soon - would not be a bit surprised to see an active hurricane season with the pattern favoring a big hit on the southeast and east coast of the United States. 
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You can find me on Twitter under Beau Dodson
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McCracken County Office of Emergency Management

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To view all watches and warnings in Missouri - Click Here
To view all watches and warnings in Tennessee - Click Here
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April 29, 2011: More rain in the forecast...

Friday, April 29, 2011

Just got the updated 5 day rainfall graphic in...

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Friday, April 29, 2011

Video has been updated
http://www.weatherobservatory.com/weather-video.htm

Friday, April 29, 2011
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Well, the break didn't last long.  It appears more rain is heading into our region - so I felt I should update.  I am also going to add a Sandbag and First Responder forecast to the page (until this flood event is over)

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A flood warning continues for our area - see the detailed information on watches and warnings by clicking here...

.
Have you joined the email list?  I send out emails 2-4 days in advance of severe weather.  Basically this is a "heads up" email.  If you would like to subscribe then click here. 
.. 

The McCracken County Office of Emergency Management reminds you that owning a NOAA Weather Radio is the best way to receive notifications of severe weather watches and warnings.
.

Also our new forecast page is finished!  Just click the link below to see all of our Weather Observatory graphics - from the severe weather outlook to lake and river stages - extended outlooks - monthly outlooks - satellite - and more!.


Weather Observatory Graphics and Forecast Page
River stages
http://weather.weatherobservatory.com/rivers/us.html 

This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox.  There could be issues with spacing on Internet Explorer..
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For today - Sunny and mild.  High temperatures in the 70s.  Southwest winds at 10 mph.  Those volunteering to sandbag should have Tetanus shots up to date.  No weather concerns today.  Additional rain is possible Saturday night into Sunday night.  Prepare for rain and prepare for gusty winds on Saturday (20-35 mph)
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River stages
http://weather.weatherobservatory.com/rivers/us.html 
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Continued flooding.  Concern will increase with each passing day that the strain on levees could cause some to break.  Be prepared for flash flooding in the event of a levee breach.  Have life jackets and other emergency supplies ready for immediate deployment in the event of a breach.  

Gusty winds on Saturday (20-35 mph - perhaps 40 mph on lakes and open areas)


Tetanus shots for those working in the field.  Remind the public that Tetanus shots are strongly recommended for those sandbagging and volunteering in the field.  


Snake bites - a number of people have reported snakes escaping the flood waters. 
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This forecast covers far southern Illinois, southeast Missouri, and western Kentucky
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Friday: Mostly sunny .  Mild.       
Highs:  in the lower 70s  | Wind: winds from the south at 10-15 mph.

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Friday night:  Mostly clear.  Cool.
Lows: around 52 degrees  |  Wind: south winds at 10 mph.
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Saturday: Partly cloudy.  Windy and mild.  An increasing chance for a shower or thunderstorm late in the day - towards evening - especially over southeast MO and western TN - moving east/northeast.
Highs:  in the upper 70s and lower 80s  | Wind: south winds at 15-20 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
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Saturday night:  Showers and thunderstorms likely.  A few strong storms possible - especially over the southern portion of the region (Missouri Bootheel and western Tennessee).
Lows: around 60 degrees  |  Wind: south winds at 10-15 mph.
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Sunday:A chance for morning showers and then a lull in the precipitation.  A chance for showers returning during the afternoon and evening hours.  Cooler. 
Highs:  around 69 degrees  | Wind: west/northwest winds at 10 mph.
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Rainfall totals from Saturday night into Sunday should be in the 1-2" range.  Pockets of heavier rain possible.  Additional rain will fall after Sunday afternoon.  Flash flood watches and warnings may be required if heavy rain does develop. 
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Below image - High temperatures for Friday afternoon 

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Remember you can view all of these images by going to our new graphics page - click here
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Below image - Low temperatures for Saturday morning
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Below image - High temperatures for Saturday afternoon 
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The forecast for severe or extreme weather risk for today, tonight, and tomorrow... 


Today (Friday)  No concerns for severe weather today

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Tonight (Friday night)  No concerns for tonight.

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Saturday and Saturday night:  A chance for a few thunderstorms Saturday evening into Saturday night.  A few storms may be strong or severe over the southern part of the area.  Will monitor this for any changes.  The main concern would be lightning, hail to the size of quarters, and wind gusts to 60 mph.  
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Here is the official graphic from the Storm Prediction Center (remember they are the national government office the forecasts severe weather and outlines the risk zones)  You can see they have a yellow area for our counties - this means general thunderstorms but below severe levels.  The orange area is a slight risk zone - slight risk means that severe storms are likely but should not be widespread in nature (I know - I know slight isn't the best word but that is what they use)
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Rainfall totals for the next 72 hours
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Here is the official 5 day rainfall outlook - this will take us into Wednesday.  Most of this rain will fall between Saturday night into Monday.  There are questions on whether the rain holds on until Monday.  I will have to tweak this part of the forecast in the coming days.  Just keep in mind that any rain that falls will quickly run off.
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You can view the updated rainfall forecast maps - updated twice a day by going to the Weather Observatory Forecast Site - Click Here
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We have a number of new radars available on our Weather Observatory web-site!
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We now offer St Louis, Mt Vernon, Evansville, Poplar Bluff, Cape Girardeau, Marion, Paducah, Hopkinsville, and Dyersburg Interactive City Radars.  We also have the two regional radars and now offer you three GR Earth radars.

http://www.weatherobservatory.com/weather-radar.htm---
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You can now view the 6-10 and 8-14 day forecasts!  Maps are available by clicking here.
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Below is the 8-14 day temperature and precipitation outlook.
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1. Main concern will be on Monday - will the front stall out over our region and cause rain to continue.  I will be watching another system towards the middle and end of next week.  
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Let's take a look at all of the severe weather reports from the last few days - just incredible and historic numbers.  Our region should should consider itself fortunate that we did not have the tornado outbreak like areas to our south experienced.  It can always be worse.
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The red dots are tornado reports from the past week - blue dots are hail reports - orange dots are high wind or damaging wind reports. 
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Let's take a look at the nation for the past week
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You can view these maps and more detailed information on the severe weather events by going here
CLICK HERE

I will update the blog frequently over the coming days.  Stay tuned and keep the NOAA Weather Radios on.


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You can find me on Twitter under Beau Dodson
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You can find me on Facebook under Beau Dodson Weather - hit LIKE at the top of the page and you can follow along - also please pass the link along to your friends.
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McCracken County Office of Emergency Management

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For the latest watches and warnings please visit your local National Weather Service Office
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To view all watches and warnings in Illinois- Click Here
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To view all watches and warnings in Kentucky - Click Here
To view all watches and warnings in Missouri - Click Here
To view all watches and warnings in Tennessee - Click Here
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April 28, 2011 - Shutting down for 2 days to help sand bag

THANK YOU everyone for all of the reports over the last 10 days.  Just an incredible weather pattern we are in. 

No blog update until Saturday. 

We may have more rain and storms moving in for Sunday into Monday.

I will update if need be.

Thanks again everyone.  Amazing work for all.

Beau Dodson

April 27, 2011 Tired - more rain to come. THEN a break. :)

April 27, 2011

Heavy showers and storms are moving into our region.  Some of these will produce hail and gusty winds.  Isolated tornado is possible.

Flash flooding threat continues...use caution on flooded roadways.


See radar links below and other


-  Beau



April 27, 2011


Flooding and flash flooding will be possible over the coming days.  The National Weather Service encourages everyone to avoid flooded roadways.  Report flooding to law enforcement and/or the National Weather Service.   Our region experiences flash flood deaths almost every year.  People think they can drive through flooded roadways and by the time they realize they can't - it is too late.  Please don't be one of those people.


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You can get the most up to the minute forecast update by clicking here
Latest watches and warnings for your county - Click here

Our new forecast page is finished!  Just click the link below to see all of our Weather Observatory graphics - from the severe weather outlook to lake and river stages - extended outlooks - monthly outlooks - satellite - and more!.


Weather Observatory Graphics and Forecast Page
This site is best viewed with Mozilla Firefox.  There could be issues with spacing on Internet Explorer.
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We have a chance for a few more showers and storms on Wednesday.  Some of those storms could be strong and produce gusty winds and hail.  A tornado can't be ruled out to our east and down into Tennessee.  We believe the tornado threat is smaller over Missouri and Illinois.  Western Kentucky will need to be monitored.   a
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This forecast covers far southern Illinois, southeast Missouri, and western Kentucky
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Wednesday:  Flash flood watch.  A few showers and thunderstorms around.  Some of the rain may be heavy at times.  Severe weather risk over the eastern part of the area.
Highs:  in the upper 70s and turning cooler in the afternoon and evening  | Wind: south winds at 15-20 mph - gusts to 35 mph
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Wednesday night:  Rain coming to an end - finally.  Cooler. 
Lows: around 45degrees  |  Wind: south winds at 10-15 mph
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Thursday: A mix of sun and clouds.  River flooding increasing as water continues to come down the rivers..
Highs:  around 68 degrees  | Wind: south/southwest winds at 10-15 mph with gusts to 20 mph.
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Video has been posted and updated on the Weather Observatory web-site (simply click on the day of the week for the latest video).
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The forecast for severe or extreme weather risk for today, tonight, and tomorrow... 


Wednesday:  A few storms - especially over the eastern half of the area and southeast part of the area.

Wednesday Night:  None

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Thursday Night:  None



We have a number of new radars available on our Weather Observatory web-site!
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We now offer St Louis, Mt Vernon, Evansville, Poplar Bluff, Cape Girardeau, Marion, Paducah, Hopkinsville, and Dyersburg Interactive City Radars.  We also have the two regional radars and now offer you three GR Earth radars.

http://www.weatherobservatory.com/weather-radar.htm---
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You can find me on Twitter under Beau Dodson
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You can find me on Facebook under Beau Dodson Weather - hit LIKE at the top of the page and you can follow along - also please pass the link along to your friends.
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Meteorologist Beau Dodson
McCracken County Office of Emergency Management


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The McCracken County Office of Emergency Management reminds you that owning a NOAA Weather Radio is the best way to receive notifications of severe weather watches and warnings.


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For the latest watches and warnings please visit your local National Weather Service Office
http://www.weather.gov/organization.php



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To view all watches and warnings in Illinois- Click Here
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To view all watches and warnings in Kentucky - Click Here
To view all watches and warnings in Missouri - Click Here
To view all watches and warnings in Tennessee - Click Here
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Other States- Click Here
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This site is non-profit and brought to you as a public service.