Hazardous Weather Potential

Ted Jacobson ted at w8kvk.com
Mon Apr 2 07:41:22 EDT 2018

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Charleston WV
424 AM EDT Mon Apr 2 2018

There is a threat for strong to severe storms with isolated
damaging wind gusts and localized flash flooding Tuesday evening
into early Wednesday morning.

Athens OH 7-Day Forecast (updates 4-5 times daily):


Low pressure moves east of the area today, with precipitation coming
to an end this morning. A warm front lifts northward across the area
tonight and a few showers can be expected with it. Significantly
warmer temperatures under southerly winds Tuesday, with some showers
and thunderstorms possible in the middle Ohio River Valley. There is a
chance for thunderstorms to become severe mainly across southeast OHio
and Kentucky. Another cold front surges through Tuesday night, with
showers and thunderstorms expected through Wednesday morning.
Brief heavy rain is also possible. Following this cold front,
a cooler air mass will settle in for the end of the week.

==== [ SKYWARN SPOTTER TRAINING ]==================

Tuesday, April 10 - 6-8pm (FREE & Everyone Welcome)
OU Grover Center, Richland Avenue, Room E205, Athens

A National Weather Service Meteorologist will teach a 2 hour basic
weather spotter training class. Class participants will learn how to
properly identify and report significant weather events that have an
impact on the safety of their community, such as damaging winds,
heavy rain, tornadoes, ice and snow. The class is free, open to the
public with no registration or prerequisites required.
Hosted by Ohio University Chapter of the
American Meteorological Society

The "StormFlood" Listserv is a regional preparedness and planning
partnership including Ohio University Risk Management and Safety.

Affiliated web services:

Southeast Ohio Flood Potential Monitoring page:

Athens Co. OH Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network:

Athens Ohio Climatological Data Archive:

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