Month: June 2020

30 Jun

June 30, 2020 – Central Nebraska

June 30th presented a marginal opportunity for severe weather across the Eastern Dakotas and stretching down into Central Nebraska, while tornado risk was low it looked like a decent opportunity for some supercells. While a negative tilted trough was moving out of the intermountain west a cold front was forecast to move across the target area triggering storms with supercells initially possible then transitioning to a linear event quickly.

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20 Jun

June 20, 2020 – South Dakota

June 20th offered a marginal day for possible severe weather as a surface trough through the Dakotas and Northern Nebraska with upper 50s dewpoints provided a decent environment for late day thunderstorms. Whether or not there would be a shot at a tornado was a different question as it appeared low level shear would be lacking. SPC mostly agreed with this as they did not outline any tornado risk in the area.

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