Tuesday, April 29, 2014

PENNWEATHER:TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL: Collision Course?

PENNWEATHER:TEMPERATURE DIFFERENTIAL: Collision Course?: Interesting forecast discussion by the National Weather Service office in Greenville-Spartanburg that covers our area. Severe weathe...

Collision Course?




Interesting forecast discussion by the National Weather Service office in Greenville-Spartanburg that covers our area. Severe weather possible several times this week. According to the National Weather Service we could be looking at nighttime severe storms as well which obviously pose more danger when people are asleep and not tuning into the weather happenings because -they're sleeping.

This is part of the discussion, go to NWS for the full scientific forecast discussion and get your weather nerd on after picture time.



SYNOPSIS...
A WET AND STORMY PATTERN WILL SET UP ACROSS THE AREA MONDAY THROUGH
WEDNESDAY...FOLLOWED BY COOL AND DRIER HIGH PRESSURE BY THE END OF
THE WEEK.

I particularly like the collision course wording below, hence the title

Short term /Monday night through Wednesday night/... as of 235 PM Sunday...nothing in the new guidance to change earlier thinking that we are on a collision course with a very wet and very stormy pattern during the late Monday to Wednesday time frame. Important details such as the timing of enhanced severe thunderstorm threats...and storm total rainfall...still remain in doubt.