9:03 P.M. Update

July 22nd, 2014 at 9:05 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

HRRR model continues to show some storms moving into our area after midnight.

Some storms have popped in a scattered fashion in Missouri, Illinois & Wisconsin to Michigan, but many of them are struggling due to capping issues.

Some have managed to protrude through, but if cap strengthens any more, many will collapse.

Regardless, decent flow aloft & potential of some storms to penetrate through will keep 40% POPs in forecast for after midnight to Wednesday morning.

Should storms get going at a good clip, some scattered strong to severe gusts & perhaps bit of hail are possible.

HRRR Model Radar Projection at around 1-2 a.m.


3 Responses to “9:03 P.M. Update”

  1. Radar looks pretty benign from my desk ;) Hoping storms do not happen overnight. Is a beautiful summer night! Fountain Park Chautauqua is going on this week and next. it would be nice to have decent temps/humidities for that. There are 50+ cabins out there loaded with families, young and old.

    MA in REM with a temp STILL at 78*

  2. On second thought…they are starting to form :(

  3. Ryan H says:

    Chad, what’s an EML?

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