Chet.....I thought about you and the other Wisconsin Cyburbian residents after seeing the weather reports for your part of the world. Here in NW Ohio it was snowing like a bitxx this morning but the temp was right at 32F to 34F so it did not stick on the ground.
Of course, you know what all of this means? Hot summer.....so when it is all over, the weather dudes can say the temperature for the year was "average". Remember this weather when the sidewalks in downtown Milwaukee are hot enough to fry eggs.
...velocity data showing the incredible rotational "tornado vortex signature" shortly before ...
The map is very interesting:While predictions are just that, predictions, historical data can offer perspective. The National Hurricane Center in Miami used such data to calculate “return periods” for hurricanes along the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts. Forecasters estimated how often, on average, a major hurricane of Category 3 strength or greater would pass within 75 miles of selected coastal communities.
There is water falling from the sky! Haven't seen this for a long time. They say its something called 'rain' - it sure is interesting to watch.