Severe Weather Threat Easter Weekend

I continue to believe that the first significant severe weather outbreak of 2010 will occur in the period from March 31 through April 4th in the Central U.S.

I know that seems vague, but my intention is only to give a preliminary "heads up," especially since a lot of people travel around Easter.

Comments have been made the last few days along the line of, "where is the tornado season?" It is late getting going this year -- but that doesn't mean that any given day can't produce wicked tornadoes.


  1. Yes, it certainly does appear that that Weekend could be nasty in some place in the Central Plains. Still 160+ hours out but the models have been pretty consistent with a deep trough ejecting into the plains.


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