More Top Tens…………Outlook for Tonight-Tomorrow Based On Latest Data

July 22nd, 2014 at 4:12 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Below is a Top Ten list for summers at NWS Kokomo COOP station since 1901 & Rochester COOP since 1904.


As of 11 p.m., HRRR model shows storms nearing our northern counties.

Scattered storms still look good for after midnight with broken cluster/line or perhaps a rather compact MCS.  There is no guarantee everyone will get storms/rain, but 40% coverage seems reasonable.  Scattered strong-severe gusts also seem reasonable given arm of stronger westerlies branching off into area.  A bit of hail cannot be ruled out.

Lows will drop into the upper 60s to lower 70s.

Some scattered storms may linger into the morning.  A few more may re-fire in our southern areas near midday, then they will quickly exit.

Highs tomorrow will run 77-82 with strong north winds up to 30 mph in the afternoon as cooler, less humid air comes in.


2 Responses to “More Top Tens…………Outlook for Tonight-Tomorrow Based On Latest Data”

  1. Jim says:

    Thanks Chad we will be waiting.

  2. Chad Evans says:

    Yeah, I was surprised, too. That Rochester & Kokomo area was the wettest in the viewing area in 2012. The Kokomo station is about 3 miles west-southwest of Kokomo.

    However, 2012 probably would have ranked very high on the lists for June & July dryness. What put it farther down was a wet August.

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