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Check out these 9 severe storms all around the globe now.

Interesting how all these storms just fired right up after that extremely strong "surprise" geomagnetic event.
Teeming Tropics - a look at the NINE storms currently swirling over the world's hurricane basins http://ow.ly/Q81930lMxub #florence #mangkhut
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While vertical shear is insufficient for sustained supercells, tornado probabilities have been increased across central and eastern Iowa as there is the potential for transient mesocyclone development owing to potential boundary interaction within a moderately unstable boundary layer airmass. 5% tornado probabilities have been introduced by the SPC as of 16:30z. Don't let the small number fool you; if you live in Iowa or know someone who does, makes sure to remain informed on the changing weather situation.

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Thunderstorm in Germany: https://youtu.be/iOEGKCyKxWY

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Incredible footage from last night in Wyoming

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March 23, 2018 Weather Update:
Some severe thunderstorms are possible this evening around the Kansas/Nebraska border. This will occur as lift ahead of a surface low increases in the region, but there will be a number of factors limiting the magnitude of this threat. Primarily, low level moisture will be poor with surface dew points only reaching the 50s in the risk area, leading to poor ML/SBCAPE. The temperature and dew point spread at low levels will also yield high cloud bases and limit tornado risk further. Still, modest instability and EBS/effective-layer SRH sufficient for convective organization will support thunderstorms, some severe, with the potential for large hail and isolated damaging winds in the designated slight risk zone. Tornadoes are very unlikely.

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March 13, 2018 Winter Storm Update:
Link to latest information from NWS Taunton, MA below. Another significant Nor'Easter will continue into tomorrow across primarily coastal and northern New England, bringing with it serious and potentially dangerous impacts. Snowfall accumulations are forecast to range from 12 to 18 inches where snow falls the heaviest and is the most persistent, with locally higher accumulations possible. As the storm intensifies, very high winds are likely for coastal areas, with gusts reaching 50-60 mph. This has warranted the introduction of blizzard warnings for some counties impacted, so be sure to check with your local NWS office for specific impacts. TRAVEL WILL BE EXTREMELY DANGEROUS OR IMPOSSIBLE, AND IT IS NOT ADVISED UNLESS FOR AN EMERGENCY.
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