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Kathryn Prociv
Meteorologist/producer & . Emmy Nominated. Former . M.S. & CCM. ! Views my own.
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Kathryn Prociv 22h
Replying to @tlyzawx @Wxmanms1
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Phil Yabut 22h
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Jack Sillin | weather.us 23h
Tropical Storm has formed near the NE coast of Venezuela this morning. This storm is one to watch along the US East Coast as a ridge of high pressure is expected to develop later this week, making a track out to sea less likely. More info:
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Philip Klotzbach 24h
is the 4th storm to be named in the Atlantic since September 14 - tying the record set in 1998 for most named storms forming in the Atlantic between September 14 and 22.
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Philip Klotzbach 24h
Tropical Storm has formed just east of the Windward Islands - the 11th named storm of the 2019 Atlantic season to date. On average (1981-2010 climatology), the 11th named storm of the Atlantic hurricane season forms on October 28.
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Kathryn Prociv 22h
Important point from on Tropical Storm : "In the 72-96 hour period, Karen is forecast to slow down & possibly even STALL & turn west on day 5 as another large ridge moves eastward across the southeastern US & builds to the north of the cyclone." Oy vey.
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Matthew McCourt Sep 19
Officially there was no rain at Tallahassee Airport yesterday, so our rain-free streak continues, now in its 23rd day. There is no rain in the forecast through at least Tuesday, so the streak should reach at least 27 days, which would be in the top 25 for longest on record.
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Rick Thoman Sep 20
Thursday evening the temp dropped to freezing at Utqiaġvik for the first time since June 25th. The 85 days above freezing is by far the longest such streak. Prior to the 1990s it wasn't uncommon for the longest above freezing streak to be <10 days.
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Weather World Sep 20
Texas is still feeling the effects of this morning with flood warnings for Galveston, Houston, & Beaumont. Incredibly, Galveston, TX observed their wettest 3-day period on record from 9/17-19 (records date back to 1871). Radar:
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
Some Friday humor for all my fellow fans out there 😂😂😂 Credit: unknown
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
Replying to @SimonStormRider
Oooooooh 'Tehuantepecer' might win 🤣🤣
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Rob Mayeda Sep 20
First strong offshore wind event of Fall could be brewing... upper low in SE CA and building high up over NorCal next Mon night-Tuesday could yield extreme fire conditions. Stay tuned
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NASA SPoRT Sep 20
(1/2) Incredible transition from very dry conditions (brown/red) to near saturation (purple) of the top 1-m soil column near , associated with the extreme rainfall from TS . Hourly animation shows -LIS product with rainfall contours.
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
Replying to @SimonStormRider
Yasss! The most fun word to say in meteorology amiright??
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Brian Brettschneider Sep 20
Through September 19, about 15% of climate stations in the U.S. have received a full year's precip. In other words, for the stations shown as blue dots, if no more precip fell the rest of the year, 2019 would still finish wetter than normal.
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
2 for the price of 1! and captured in the same microwave image.
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
Thanks so much!!
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
Thank you Terri!
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Kathryn Prociv Sep 20
Notice the previous record was due to a . More proof that the "category" is not everything when it comes to tropical cyclone impacts.
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NWS Boston Sep 19
Once again, putting things in perspective. If a storm such as hit S New England the area of 20-40" of rainfall would encompass much of MA/RI/CT (left). Look at how that compares to back in 2017 (right). Wow.
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