Tornado Threat Forecast: June 6-12, 2016

The pattern has taken a quick change to the quiet side across the U.S. The threats are very limited in the short range, and there really isn’t much beyond day four that isn’t in the “mesoscale accident” category where I could find a real tornado threat.

Abridged version today because I’ve been busy with the latest weather happenings on Twitter. And the dog wanted many pets, so I gave many pets. You can’t not give a dog pets.

1-3 Day

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Monday – Eastern Southeast

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 2-6 – CONFIDENCE: High
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Tuesday – Central High Plains

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-2 – CONFIDENCE: High
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Wednesday

No tornadoes expected.

4-7 Day

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Thursday – Northern Illinois, Indiana

NUMBER OF TORNADOES EXPECTED: 0-2 – CONFIDENCE: High
Tornado Hot-spot: None

Friday

No tornadoes expected.

Saturday

No tornadoes expected.

Sunday

No tornadoes expected.

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One thought on “Tornado Threat Forecast: June 6-12, 2016”

  1. Keith says:

    June arrived with a “thud”. Upside is your chasecation schedule may be vindicated after all

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