Bryan the Webhog says my posts need to be shorter. He says people who go on-line don’t like to read long articles. Hrmph. So, in his honor, I shall do so this time. See, nothing too much looks different. The degree of the risk for us Thursday afternoon will be largely dependent on whether or not we get any sunshine. It still remains possible that sunshine breaks out to our west and the storms move in. The biggest risk will be for gusty winds and hail and the hail may have a tough time getting overly large. The tornadic risk seems relatively low. Now, if you go east toward Ashland, then the risk for tornadic thunderstorms will increase. Indications of mathematical indices are that larger scale rotating storms may be most prevalent to our east. As of this just after midnight report, that area remains as we are and that is a slight risk. Its not completely out of the question for a moderate risk to be issued over there….but pretty unlikely here….as previously stated, there is just not enough there. The first round early Thursday morning probably will not be overly significant though gusty winds may be possible in some isolated areas.
Certainly worth watching and we shall do so. While probabilities are not all that great…I’ve seen bad weather from lesser situations.