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What is virga? There’s rain on radar, but it’s not raining!

The fluid dynamics associated with atmospheric disturbances cause the downstream air (ahead of the disturbance, before it arrives at a location) to rise, and the upstream air (behind the disturbance,…

Mississippi are you Prepared for the Next TORNADO? Watches vs Warnings

The peak time for severe weather outbreaks in the United States is between February and October; however, severe weather can occur at any time of the year. In an effort…

What are Straight-Line Winds?

Each severe weather season, tornadoes, destructive hail, and straight-line winds wreak havoc across the U.S. All are dangerous, but of these, one is more likely to impact you than any…

The Future of Snowstorms….

Over the next century as global temperatures continue to trend warmer, what do these warmer temperatures entail for future snowfall in the decades to come? According to recent computer modeling…

Polar vortex to blast midwestern, northeastern US with extreme cold to end January

The colder air plunging back into midwestern and northeastern United States through Saturday will pale in comparison to the brutal cold expected to end January as the polar vortex plunges…

Offshore Wind Farms: Allaying Concerns About Hurricanes and About Fishing

America’s only offshore wind farm is the 30-megawatt Block Island Wind Farm, a set of five 600-foot tall wind turbines located about four miles southeast of Block Island, Rhode Island.…

Ever Wanted to know how to Read Skew-T Charts?

If you haven’t seen a Skew-T chart before, to say they can look a little intimidating is a huge understatement. But with a little practice, you can become a Skew-T…

Weather this weekend in the Pine Belt and Gulf Coast not Bad!!!!

The northwest flow pattern is expected to persist through the weekend, and the models are in decent agreement that another shortwave trough will push through the region on Saturday. In…

Severe Weather for Parts Mississippi and Not as Cold for the Pine Belt

A robust and quick moving storm system will track from the Red River Valley Friday night into the Midsouth by Saturday morning, bringing a cold front across the area early…

Severe Weather and Bitter COLD Temps for the Pine Belt this Weekend…

The main focus for this portion of the forecast period is on late Friday night through Saturday when a significant frontal system is expected to plow through the Lower Mississippi…

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The Pine Belt can expect 1″ to 3″ of Rain on Thursday: Ending Friday Sunny and Cooler

Expect the rainfall to let up a little bit after midnight tonight and through the morning hours on Thursday as the frontal forcing relaxes, though there will still be some…

More Flooding Rains for the Pine Belt but much Sunny and Cooler for the Weekend

Wet weather will continue into Thursday as a TX Panhandle upper low tracks eastward toward the area. Ahead of this feature, a departing upper jet max over the Ohio Valley…

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