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Hazardous Weather Briefing. Submitted: Noon , Sept 29, 2009. Severe Weather Potential September 30 and October 1, 2009.

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Hazardous weather briefing

Hazardous Weather Briefing

Submitted:Noon, Sept 29, 2009

Severe Weather Potential

September 30 and October 1, 2009

The following is a hazardous weather briefing provided by the National Weather Service in Topeka, KS. This briefing will be updated as needed and/or as staffing permits. This web briefing should not be used beyond 1 AM, September 30, or if local weather conditions become unrepresentative.


Hazardous weather briefing

IMPACTS

  • Wednesday Evening/Overnight:

    • Large Hail the primary threat

    • Isolated Damaging Winds

  • Thursday

    • Large Hail the primary threat

    • Damaging Winds

    • Tornadoes (mainly afternoon)


Timing

TIMING

  • Wednesday Night

    • Elevated thunderstorms may produce large hail.

  • Thursday

    • Likely early morning hail threat

    • 2nd round of severe afternoon storms with hail, wind, and tornadoes possible

    • Uncertainty in exact timing and evolution


Storm prediction center outlook

Storm Prediction Center Outlook

www.spc.noaa.gov

Wednesday Severe Weather Outlook

% Chance of Severe Weather


Storm prediction center outlook1

Storm Prediction Center Outlook

www.spc.noaa.gov

Thursday Severe Weather Outlook

% Chance of Severe Weather


Hazardous weather briefing

OVERVIEW

  • Large hail possible Wednesday night

  • 2nd round of severe weather possible on Thursday

    • Large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes possible

    • Likely beginning as isolated supercells

    • Transitioning to fast moving squall line

  • Fall severe weather is not uncommon

    ALWAYS BE PREPARED!


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