Archive for May, 2011
Posted on25. May, 2011 by Jesse.
Another significant severe weather day appears in store for parts of the Midwest and Corn Belt regions, especially over parts of the Middle Mississippi and Ohio River valleys. As yesterday’s system treks eastward, the strong mid and upper-level dynamics will once again coalesce with a very unstable warm sector to potentially yield an outbreak of [...]
Posted on24. May, 2011 by Jesse.
All of the synoptic ingredients appear to be coalescing today for a major severe weather outbreak across the Central and Southern Plains, and the SPC has already outlined a high risk for severe weather across the region. Some details remain to evolve, so mesoscale forecasting will be important this afternoon as the event gets closer [...]
Posted on15. May, 2011 by Adam.
As promised, Convective Addiction along with the help from some of our great supporters have made a 300 dollar donation to the Red Cross. This donation will go to help the victims of the horrible tornado outbreak which took place on April 27th of this year. The area is still recovering and in desperate need [...]
Posted on06. May, 2011 by Adam.
Its May!!! Everyone’s favorite month for severe weather [except me.] After an April that smashed records the severe weather junkie inside all of us would think that May would follow along, being the statistical peak and all but so far that has not been the case? The severe weather came to nearly a screeching halt [...]
Posted on03. May, 2011 by Adam.
While much of the focus in the chasing community remains squarely focused on the historical tornado outbreak across the south, and rightly so, there is another major weather event underway. The slow rise of the river along the middle and lower river valleys will create crests that haven’t been reached since at least the early [...]