RedDog wrote:Severe storm watch issued for here and central Alberta. Not surprising. I was out on errands and it was hot and sunny. It's to be that way all week so we'll see ugliness most days I expect.
Tomorrow (July 31st) is the 25th Anniversary of Black Friday and the tornado which killed 27 in Edmonton in 1987.
Peter O'Donnell wrote:Let's get ready to rumble again in Winnipeg, storms developing near south end of Lake Manitoba, appear to be about 2h from Winnipeg if they continue to develop, so that would be (whirr) about 8:15 pm CDT, will try to post again before then although heading out for unknown amount of time (invading the Sudetenland again, they sometimes resist a bit).
I miss active weather, may have to go on a road trip.
Peter O'Donnell wrote:Today's concern looks to be heavy rainfalls in southern Manitoba. Could see a month's worth of rain later today and tonight as a strong front is developing across central ND moving northeast. Will say a conservative 50 mms for Winnipeg and could be as much as 100 mms. This rain should begin around 5-6 p.m. and get heaviest around midnight.
The wind and hail potential with this is more likely to hit eastern ND and west-central MN, then redevelop on Saturday across Wisconsin and Michigan, reaching southern Ontario overnight into Sunday. Will update about that on Saturday afternoon.
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