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Predicting The Future

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An average adult is supposed to have at least 30 minutes of walk every day, and according to research, dog owners are more likely to reach that goal. Airplanes have very sophisticated and advanced radars for weather forecast, but they can not detect Clear Air Turbulence. In this region, taking current model guidance at face value, all hazards of severe weather would be possible. 12z soundings indicate the presence of a capping inversion over the region, with as much as 1000 j/kg of stability just above the ground. The above graphic shows the ECMWF 500mb vorticity forecast for the morning of March 13th, about 6 hours after the second GFS image we analyzed. Shown here is the GFS 500mb vorticity projection for the evening of March 11th. On this image, it seems our storm system is separated into two storms, located over Nevada and Kansas. We see a strong lobe of positive vorticity extending across the southern Plains and Gulf Coast, before we arrive on the parent storm, which has phased with the Canadian storm. We now see that the storm has indeed separated into a closed system along southern Nevada and California, which is linked to its parent storm by an elongated lobe of positive vorticity draped across the Plains.

An upper air analysis at the 500mb level of the atmosphere shows our storm system as the depression in the contour lines over the northeast Pacific, which tells us the system isn’t onshore yet. The 500 mb analysis this morning (above) shows a closed low west of California. The forecast above is from the 12 UTC WRF-RR and shows forecast precipitation amounts through noon on Thursday. As the weakening trough moves across Arizona, models forecast chance for light showers. This indicates the trough is mature, and is optimal for severe weather. Very nice morning here in Tucson, but Pacific weather system may bring chance of showers tomorrow. The GFS forecast below is valid at midnight tomorrow night. As mentioned above, by Tuesday night at 7 PM Central Time, we see a speed max just breaching 70 knots traversing the Central Plains, indicating the trough is now negatively-tilted and at max strength. Although supercell composite values are high in central Kansas, the best axis of instability will be displaced in extreme southern Kansas and central Oklahoma, and it is this latter region where the best potential for severe weather lies. If you are a citizen then you go to a public hospital for free.

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