Monthly Archives: April 2014

Severe Weather Threat for Tonight Going Down

I would like to start this blog by saying that I pride myself on accuracy, especially when it comes to severe and crazy changing weather. It’s easy to be a meteorologist when it is sunny and 75 every day, but … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Webcast 5:15 Tuesday Evening

I don’t hype up storms often, I save that for potentially big days….. Tonight has the potential to be one of those big days for all of us here in N Georgia so make sure you do the following: Have a designated place to … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Potential For Tuesday Night

Tonight is going to be a busy night, that is for sure. Here is the current situation: We are under a slight risk for tonight for severe weather with the main threat being damaging winds, there is a good chance … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Lilkely Overnight

Severe weather is likely overnight as a line of storms moves in from Alabama. Here is the scenario for tonight: Tornado watch across parts of N Georgia through 3am for the line that is pushing in from the west. This … Continue reading

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Tornado Watch for All of N Goergia Until 1am

URGENT – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED TORNADO WATCH NUMBER 112 NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 710 PM EDT MON APR 28 2014 THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A * TORNADO WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF WESTERN GEORGIA * EFFECTIVE … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Update, Tornadoes Very Possible

  I don’t hype up storms often, I save that for potentially big days….. Tomorrow has the potential to be one of those big days for all of us here in N Georgia so make sure you do the following: Have a designated … Continue reading

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Severe Weather Scenario for Tonight and Tomorrow for N Georgia

Severe weather is very likely over the next 36 hours across most of the metro Atlanta area, and yes this does include the risk of tornadoes. The SPC has us in a slight risk for tonight and a slight risk … Continue reading

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