Ingredients In Place For Active Week Of Severe Weather


Every day this week, severe weather is expected somewhere in the upper Midwest and yes, this does include KELOLAND. The overall setup is in place and all the ingredients are here. 

Southerly winds have been pumping in the moisture to give thunderstorms fuel. You’ve probably noticed the increased humidity.

Along with the moisture, the temperatures have been on the rise, providing the heat energy needed.

And lastly, the upper level wind pattern or jet stream is set up to cause upward vertical motion in the atmosphere, giving the Midwest the triggers needed to start each day’s storm event

So keep those Storm Tracker apps and weather radios nearby as they can notify you of severe weather watches and warnings in your area. 

But it looks like the end of this week, Friday and Saturday, we’ll see a pause in the thunderstorms before more move back into the area early next week. 

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