Friday, March 6, 2009

Thunderstorms forming

The cold front that pushed through last night has lifted back north as a warm front, and now there are a couple of thunderstorms firing around St. Joseph and Camron, Missouri. There could be some small hail of around pea sized with these storms, but not much more than that.

The warm front will stall in northern Missouri, but will we see anymore rain tonight and tomorrow? I think the bext chance of showers and thunderstorms tonight will continue right along that warm front. Saturday is very complex and there are indications many locations will remain dry during the afternoon. Areas along and north of the stationary front will see the best chance of rain on Saturday.

The best chance of rain will come in Saturday night and early Sunday morning as the main storm enters,a nd the cold front passes through. There is potential for very heavy rain some spots. There is also potential for severe weather tonight through Sunday morning with hail and srtong winds the primary threat.

I will have a new blog on Saturday's forecast.

Alex Pickman


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