Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Upped to High Risk

SPC has upped Northern Illinois, Northern Indiana and a very thin sliver of NW Ohio into the High Risk.  This is the first of the year for the Midwest.  As far as the forecast for Central Ohio.  Same as my breakdown from my last entry.  The SPC is just anticipating a MUCH better chance for severe weather for the High Risk area.

NOWCAST - Still tracking a few light showers pushing through.  They are not pulling much energy from the atmosphere, but the clouds are limiting some of the heating from the sun... but not much.
Future radar for 7PM shows some isolated cellular storms ahead of the main complex building near Chicago.  These storms will pack a punch, but likely not as much as the overnight line.
Future radar for 1PM is showing a quasi linear, (almost linear), storm structure pushing into NW Ohio.  Central Ohio can expect the strongest storms after midnight through 6AM.

Heading into the station soon.  I will have another Nowcast later this afternoon to monitor any changes.  Be sure to tweet or post photos on Instagram of the storms or storm damage using #OHStorm.  Check back in and have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael

P.S. As a reminder my Twitter account @AndrewWSYX6 will tweet ALL warnings tonight for Central Ohio counties. Follow my Twitter account to stay alert on the go.

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