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Jim Cantore
Certified Broadcast Meteorologist and AMS Fellow. WX GEEK at TWC for 32+ years. Always awaiting mother natures latest temper tantrum. The journey is the reward.
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Jim Cantore 4h
Replying to @nofiltergirl
Decent gust there
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Jim Cantore 4h
5 state RECORDS from tropical systems in the last 2 years. TX, NC, SC, HI and now AR.
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Mark Tarello 6h
SPECTACULAR! This morning’s sunrise seen from Duluth, Minnesota.
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Alex Lamers 6h
Whatever is left of evident as a swirl on KIWX radar just south of Fort Wayne, IN this morning.
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Jim Cantore 6h
! Local Storm Report by NWS FSD: 1 SSW Parkston [Hutchinson Co, SD] mesonet reports TSTM WND GST of M89 MPH at 05:33 AM CDT --
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Jim Cantore 7h
Surging Bow MCV warned for 80mph and hail.
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Jim Cantore 8h
Threat of damaging winds and large hail continue east towards the Sioux. Sorry about the early wake up call. Red warning box is for 70mph winds and ping pong size hail.
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Jim Cantore 9h
Replying to @Edisquest
Oh don’t do that!!
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Jim Cantore 9h
Likely thin rainshaft
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Jim Cantore 9h
HEAT and lots of it for the next several days! Should ramp up heading into weekend. Even this map, I believe, is not done filling in with advisories, watches, and warnings.
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Zachary Hall Jul 16
Law enforcement units flooded at the Nashville Police Department. Photograph once again from follower Connie Castleberry.
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Bryan Queen 19h
Great shot from our Drone today as storms approach Harrisburg, PA
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CapeHomepage 17h
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Andy Hazelton Jul 16
Replying to @mattlanza @StormVista
Yeah looking the Gulf OHC, it's not surprising the area off of Florida didn't cool much. But definitely good news for Louisiana (in the short term) given how much cooling occurred there.
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Jim Cantore Jul 16
Thunderstorms over 9 miles up in the atmosphere northwest of Dierks, AR. KLZK - Super-Res Reflectivity Tilt 1 8:29 AM EDT Enhanced Echo Tops 8:23 AM EDT
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Jim Cantore Jul 16
AVOID !! 5 NW Gurdon [Clark Co, AR] law enforcement reports FLASH FLOOD at 06:51 AM CDT -- traffic was stopped on i-30 due to flooded roadway.
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Brian Emfinger Jul 16
A women in this car had to be rescued as she drove into rapidly rising water in Arkadelphia. Some businesses also flooded. The remnants of Barry still causing problems.
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Brian Emfinger Jul 16
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Jim Cantore Jul 16
2 Flash Flood Emergencies ongoing this morning in AR. Dual pol now north of 10”. Some guidance suggests twice this much. Nathan, Dierks, Highland, Bingen, Nashville all getting crushed right now!
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Brian Emfinger Jul 16
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