ALERT STATUS - SEVERE WEATHER POSSIBLE. Severe weather will be a focus as some approaching systems could display dynamics to align promoting severe activity in the southern Plains region of US. A record low of severe incidents occurred in the March timeframe. The pattern for severe weather pattern is setting up as the Gulf of Mexico is cooler than normal for this time period.
Any severe weather threat can be expected as moisture out of the Gulf of Mexico converges with arriving storms out of the west. Gulf temps are still favorable for severe weather in SPC risk areas. A spring severe pattern is in progress for May. Some northern Conus winter weather can be expected by advancing fronts emerging out of Pacific. Spring winter storms have continued representing May snowfall records in some areas.
PREPARE FOR SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS- GET AN NOAA WEATHER RADIO TODAY. GET IN PREPARATION MODE TODAY. A LINK TO... SEVERE WEATHER CHECKLIST.
Live situations may be posted now on SWS social Network. Use SWS Twitter and Facebook.
(SEE TWITTER AND FACEBOOK LINKS UPDATED NOW)
||Severe Warning Systems is now on Facebook- LIVE NOW
|"TWITTER UPDATES" as the weather unfolds- SWS Tweets
Hurricane season officially ended November 30th.
MONITOR IMAGES FOR YOUR LOCATION.. SEVERE WEATHER FOR THIS TIME PERIOD LIKELY.
WEST COAST STORM TRACK - The winter pattern continues showing in the Gulf of Alaska region of the eastern Pacific still active. The coastal activity can be tracked in the Pacific Ocean and therefore coinciding with storm patterns impacting the west coast. Large surf for the pacific west coast will be arriving during the winter pattern. For southwest coast marine conditions- Click Here and Pacific Ocean observations- Click Here
More outlook briefs see Meso Analysis Page. The risk area concentrates on the above noted for possible severe events... This can include high winds.. snow.. and a chance of strong weather conditions.
LIVE SPC WARNINGS, OUTLOOKS, MESO DISCUSSIONS
& STORM REPORTS -
links and Live Images located below
this text for detailed review.
these alerts... SWS will post alerts
as needed for severe weather events..
Team SWS monitors multiple models and
recommends using the SPC data below
in between SWS alerts.
any severe warning means that at this
time you should make preparations for
severe weather events in your area and
preparedness to assure protection
of lives and personal property... in
the event of a severe weather that could
impact areas in any alert status.
SevereWarningSystems.com Live SPC and Mesoscale Long Range Models- Click