A blog about weather, climate, and science. Occasionally, we'll post on other topics of interest.
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Heads Up: Texas and Louisiana
Tonight's high-resolution computer models along with a radar pattern that is, based on my experience, suspicious, suggests there could be a squall line with violent winds somewhere over eastern Texas and/or Louisiana tomorrow.
The above maps depict conditions around 4pm and 7pm (don't take those times as exact). The arrows represent the developing squall line on the earlier map and when it is mature. If I am right, very high winds are possible along with power failures. Please keep up on the weather tomorrow. I'll post an update tomorrow morning.