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Overall A Tranquil Few Days For The Lower 48

The next few days will overall be tranquil across the Lower 48 with no major storm systems. Temperatures will mainly be below normal in the Eastern two-thirds of the U.S., locally heavy snow is expected in the central and southern Rockies and High Plains, showers and thunderstorms are possible along the Gulf Coast into Florida and air stagnation issues are likely to persist in the Northwest. Read More >

 

 

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  • Type of report: What are you reporting
  • Time of event:  When did it occur? Now, or earlier?
  • Location of event: Where did it occur?
  • How? Measured vs. estimated?
  • Magnitude? Damage, injuries, etc.

What to Report (Our Wishlist)

  • Tornadoes, or signs one may be developing (funnel clouds, strongly rotating wall clouds, etc.)
  • Flash Flooding: rapidly rising water into areas that do not typically flood
  • Hail: larger than 3/4 inch in diameter (penny-sized or larger)
  • Damaging Winds: damage caused by thunderstorm winds or measured winds of 50 mph or greater