recap of squall line event

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today’s squall line even with very little instability was severe with tornadoes why?

– the amount of shear present both rotational and directional was able to overcome the lack of instability

the squall line moved in faster than expected why?

– the deeping low pressure over the great lakes to historic levels allowed for a faster moving squall line.  for more on the 956 mb pressure http://www.crh.noaa.gov/news/display_cmsstory.php?wfo=lmk&storyid=59036&source=0

warnings and your thoughts were rather limited when the storms moved through my area why?

– I was in shelter myself for almost an hour today with the squall line racing across the state, also my duties with the local spotter organization here in bowling green along with classes and obligations at WKU.

tomorrow will be windy, not as windy and warm once again with highs near 70 after morning lows in the 50’s.

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3 Responses to “recap of squall line event”

  1. mitchg Says:

    oh the euro still shows a day with highs in the 40’s and threat for snow mixing with rain showers late next week.

  2. marsha Says:

    Mitch will the cold ever get here or are we going to have these warm temp all winter? I’m so tired of this warmth boreing

  3. marsha Says:

    Mitch will the cold ever get here or are we going to see these warm temp all winter? I am ready for some snow but i fear we will not see much of that this winter

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