#stlwx severe threat continues into Wednesday

Posted: 2016/04/26 in Weather
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Last night the admins were more interested in watching the hockey game than focusing on the severe weather threat, given the risk at Tuesday was 5% odds.  Well by midday on Tuesday, that risk grew into the 30% odds when a line of storms formed east of Kansas City, became severe, and started the march towards St. Louis. (Was at work at the time when that NWS update came and couldn’t make a post to this site prior to that round of storms hitting.)

 

However, that derecho that moved through just before the evening peak today is not the main event with this weather system, and there is a slight risk of severe weather for Wednesday.

The next round is lining up in eastern Kansas as of 19:00 and is expected to hit just before the morning peak on Wednesday:

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That round may not be the main event of this system given it will roll in during the overnight hours.

In fact the severe weather threat for Wednesday remains in the slight risk:

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Tomorrow is a good day to stay tuned for updates.

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