Friday, June 12, 2009

10am Storm Update

This will be brief as I have some errands I need to take care of today. The Storm Prediction Center has parts of southeast Missouri, northeast Arkansas, and northwest Tennessee are under a "Slight Risk" for today. Below is a look at the 7am Day 1 Outlook. The outlook covers now through 7am Saturday.

The look of the Day 1 Outlook is expected to change when they update it at 11:30am CT. SPC has already said they will be upgrading most of Arkansas to a "Moderate Risk". Where exactly the lines will lay is to hard to tell. I suggest checking back on the Storm Prediction Center's website for the latest information.

The threat of thunderstorms continue after today. Below are the Day 2 and Day 3 outlooks.

Day 2 Outlook 7am Saturday - 7am Sunday

Day 3 Outlook 7am Sunday - 7am Monday

Fun... Fun... Fun...


Anonymous said...

John: Last Friday between 3:30PM and 4:30PM our roof was torn off by high winds, but did no other damage to other buildings on our property. We live on Hwy 62 about 4 miles east of Malden. People tell us they think it might have been a small tornado or some other weather phenomonon. Was there anything unusual in that area at about that time?

John Dissauer said...

I don't have an answer for you. I was on the other side of the country last week and was not able to pay attention to what was going on around here. I would suggest give the National Weather Service in Memphis, Tennessee a call. They handle the coverage of Dunklin County, Missouri.