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Invest 96L: Future Cristobal?

If you haven’t heard by now, you probably will within the next couple of days: another tropical wave is making its way across the Atlantic and causing quite a stir in the weather community.  Up until this morning, nothing besides the GFS ensembles had really shown much potential with this wave, however the overnight and daytime runs of both the

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SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER LIKELY ACROSS NORTH GEORGIA 4/28-4/29

It is looking rather likely that we have a lot to deal with weather-wise over the next 48 hours. Damaging wind, hail, and tornadoes are all in the cards, along with extremely heavy rainfall that will likely lead to localized flooding.    The following are the SPC’s latest probabilities for tornadoes, wind, and hail respectively through the day today and

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Major Severe Weather Potential for North Georgia, April 29/30, 2014

It’s been a while since we’ve seen a major severe weather threat here in Northern Georgia. In fact, the entire country has been extremely quiet in terms of severe this year, with one of the slowest tornado season starts ever recorded. That streak looks to end starting tomorrow across the midwest and gradually spread eastward into our area by next

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Major Winter Storm; February 10-12, 2014

Confidence is increasing significantly that a major winter storm impacts much of MS/AL/GA/TN/NC/SC beginning this Monday and lasting through Wednesday. Two individual events will happen with the first being an overrunning event beginning late Monday and lasting through the overnight and through mid-morning Tuesday. Then event #2 comes in the form of a bona-fide gulf low later during the day

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