Tag: Severe Storms

Tornado Season Off To A Frenzy

February 29, 2012 0 Comments
Tornado Season Off To A Frenzy

          There have already been well above normal tornadoes for this point in the year across the country.  You’ve probably heard about the violent outbreak Tuesday night in parts of Kansas and Misssouri.  Actually the severe storm swath covered parts of Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas, and Kentucky.   The preliminary […]

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Heat, Rain, and Sunsets

July 18, 2011 2 Comments
Heat, Rain, and Sunsets

I will now take a bow. Thank you for the warm round of applause. I am sure I single-handedly brought the copious amounts of rainfall to the area last night and this morning. You see, I spent 3 hours in the warmth and humidity on Saturday afternoon watering my garden. Ergo, it was bound to […]

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Severe Storms Sunday Night

February 27, 2011 0 Comments
Severe Storms Sunday Night

A “Spring-like” storm is making its way through the Central Plains and the Ohio Valley.  It has already spawned warning across several states including Kansas, Missouri, Tennessee and Kentucky.  There are several areas under a moderate risk of severe storms which would include damaging winds, hail and tornadoes.  In addition most areas are going to […]

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Severe Potential Tuesday Night

August 30, 2010 0 Comments
Severe Potential Tuesday Night

The string of completely dry days in a row will likely come to an end tomorrow at day number 6.  Not only is rain likely, but strong to severe thunderstorms are a concern late tomorrow afternoon and evening. At this point, I am not overly concerned about the storms, but we will certainly have to […]

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Storm Recap, WI Tornadoes and TD 6

August 21, 2010 0 Comments
Storm Recap, WI Tornadoes and TD 6

Another round of severe weather rolled through Wisconsin last night.  Although Wausau missed out we did have some severe storms in our viewing area.  We also had a report of 4.5 inches of rain in Park Falls.  Looking at the radar estimates of rainfall it seems that Oneida county saw the most rain along with […]

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Something About Friday

August 19, 2010 0 Comments
Something About Friday

Lately when Friday rolls around it always seems like we will be dealing with the potential for severe thunderstorms, and tomorrow will be no different.  Here at Storm Trak 9, we are closely monitoring the potential for several rounds of storms to affect the area starting early Friday morning.   The first round of storms is […]

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Moscow Smog, and Colin

August 7, 2010 1 Comment
Moscow Smog, and Colin

We saw a pleasant few days with less humidity and temperatures near 80.  Unfortunately for folks who don’t like the heat and humidity it is coming back and it will be here for the next several days.  We will keep in a chance of storms from now through Wednesday.  Better chances will be tonight, Tuesday […]

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Severe Storms Winding Down

July 27, 2010 0 Comments
Severe Storms Winding Down

Well …another round of severe weather has hit northcentral Wisconsin again this Tuesday evening.  As of 10:30 p.m. …trees and power lines are reported down from Wausau to the Northwoods.  The southern half of the area is next but it looks like the storms are loosing a little bit of their punch and falling below […]

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Storm Follow Up

July 21, 2010 0 Comments
Storm Follow Up

So it is official…the NWS has determined the Wittenberg storm damage to be from straight line winds.  Given the damage, the wind was estimated to be up to 90 mph…that is EF 1 strength!  Here is the official NWS damage report. The damage across northern Marathon County was also determined to be straight line winds…likely […]

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What A Day

July 14, 2010 0 Comments
What A Day

Wow what a day today gang…. It’s approaching 11:30  p.m. and the 3rd round of storms is wrapping up across the area.  I wish I could put a number on how many warnings were issued today across the area.  It was a lot. The first round of storms moved into our NW counties around 10:30 a.m. and […]

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