Tag: severe storms

Wednesday AM Outlook: More Thunderstorms Later Today

May 2, 2012 3 Comments
Wednesday AM Outlook: More Thunderstorms Later Today

It’s been a while since we’ve had this much blue sky over us. I hope you’re enjoying it. ^^^^Visible Satellite Picture at 9:02am, Wednesday, May 2nd^^^^ Thanks to southerly winds and this sunshine, temperatures are already warmer out there right now than they were by Noon yesterday. ^^^^9:23am, Wednesday, May 2nd Surface Map^^^^ Our current […]

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Tonight’s Storm Potential

July 9, 2009 1 Comment
Tonight’s Storm Potential

Storms have developed in southwest Minnesota and northwest Iowa and are moving eastward. If these storms can maintain their strength and merge into a squall line, we may be looking at stronger storms arriving in southeast Minnesota and northeast Iowa between 11pm and 2am tonight. We’ll be watching… Track storms at home with our Interactive Radar.

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Thursday Severe Potential

July 8, 2009 4 Comments
Thursday Severe Potential

As of late Wednesday night, severe storms are rolling through the Dakotas and are headed east. All the development has been along and ahead of a cold front that will be into Minnesota by late Thursday afternoon. In southeast Minnesota and north Iowa, we’re looking at a threat of thunderstorms early Thursday if the Dakota […]

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Severe Weather Awareness Week

April 21, 2009 0 Comments
Severe Weather Awareness Week

This is severe weather awareness week in Minnesota and Iowa. The purpose of this is to educate and prepare everyone for the coming severe weather season. Most of us would like to think we’re pretty well  up to speed on what to expect when it comes to severe weather season. However, it’s a good time […]

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“Big” Weather this Weekend

October 9, 2008 0 Comments

Most likely not much in the way of severe weather right here in the KTTC area, but a very strong, large storm system is going to bring big change from Idaho to Minnesota late this weekend. There are Winter Storm Warnings and Watches posted in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and the western Dakotas from tonight through Sunday.  The first […]

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Rochester F5 Tornado: 125 years ago

August 21, 2008 0 Comments
Rochester F5 Tornado: 125 years ago

Be sure to check out Steph’s story, including video, by clicking here. Our thanks go to the History Center of Olmsted County for sharing their time, and photos of the 125-year-old disaster. Before After Cascade Park View from Coles Mill

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Today’s Storms/Rainfall Totals

August 14, 2008 0 Comments

Rainfall totals this afternoon and evening in southeast Minnesota ranged from a mere hundredth of an inch to nearly an inch and a half in Rochester at the Silver Creek gauging station.  Click here for the latest rainfall totals. Pea, dime, and penny sized hail was reported in the Rochester area as well.  Most of the […]

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July 31 Severe Weather

July 31, 2008 1 Comment
July 31 Severe Weather

Storm Reports coming in: 1316 58 4 W MORRISTOWN RICE MN 4422 9353 TREES DOWN NEAR HWY 60. (MPX) 1323 UNK 1 S MORRISTOWN RICE MN 4421 9344 LARGE HAY BALES BLOWN ACROSS ROAD. 18 INCH DIAMETER TREE BLOWN DOWN. (MPX) 1330 UNK OWATONNA STEELE MN 4409 9322 LARGE TREES DOWN IN CENTRAL PARK. MINOR […]

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July 25th Update: Severe Storms?

July 25, 2008 0 Comments
July 25th Update: Severe Storms?

4:55pm Update: A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for southeast Minnesota, northeast Iowa, and southwest Wisconsin until 11pm.  Hail and damaging winds are the primary threat. There is currently a batch of strong to severe storms from the western Twin Cities metro into western Wisconsin.  There is potential for more storms to develop west and south […]

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July 17th Severe Update

July 17, 2008 0 Comments
July 17th Severe Update

The chance for any more rain tonight into Friday morning is looking very slim, and if any thunderstorms develop, they’ll remain isolated.  The Flash Flood Watch for southeast Minnesota, north Iowa, and southwest Wisconsin was canceled by the National Weather Service at 8:15pm this evening.  There is still a chance for a few t-storms Friday, […]

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