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James Spann
AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist. WeatherBrains host. instagram/Snapchat: spannwx
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NWS SPC 27m
The severe weather outlook for Thurs (9/20) has been upgraded to an enhanced slight risk from east central MN through north central WI. The primary threats will be damaging winds and an isolated tornado threat. For more info about the forecast, visit
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NWS WPC 4h
Last week's rainfall forecast for provided a basis for NWS warning messages and statements. Unfortunately, the flooding in some areas will continue for days. We can't control the weather but we continue to work hard to tell you what the weather may do.
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NWS Charleston, SC 3h
Our preliminary Post Tropical Cyclone Report for has been issued.
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James Spann 3h
Interesting post by Cliff. He might be right
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Dr. Laura Myers 4h
Colorado Springs this morning. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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City of Orange Beach 5h
Yellow flags are flying in Orange Beach today - Wednesday, September 19th.
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Brenda 5h
Pensacola this morning.
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Dennis_Cotton 5h
No waterspouts yet. Just interesting clouds on the “lake of Mexico” this morning .
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JoiHair OnFire 5h
Nice shelf cloud over Pensacola Beach?!
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Lauren Winter 6h
Good morning from Inlet Beach!
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GRACE  🏒🏈🤘🏼 7h
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Jason Tolbert 7h
Walker County sunrise.
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Samantha Russell 7h
Sunrise time lapse over Western Lake in
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AlabamaWx Weather Blog 8h
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Trish MinogueCollins 8h
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James Spann 15h
Replying to @JWOaks
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Christopher Sherman 16h
This evenings crepuscular rays over Austin, Texas.
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James Spann 16h
Birmingham’s high today was 95. A record? Nope. Record for September 18 is 101, set in 1927.
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James Spann 16h
Still seeing signals in global model ensemble output suggesting a nice cool down as October begins…
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Jed Whitley 16h
The Pee Dee River was firing on all cylinders this afternoon along the Anson/Richmond county lines in North Carolina. Hoping the folks in upstate South Carolina don't have to deal with much more of this either.
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