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The Sioux Falls National Weather Service has done a damage survey of the tornadoes that struck NW Iowa Friday night and will soon be releasing more information. So far, we know that several touchdowns caused damage in areas from Lyon County to Sibley and a little south of there. The most significant was EF4 damage southwest of Sibley, IA. We will continue to follow the latest information and share it with you as it becomes available. Here are a few pictures we have received of the tornado that was most intense after dark, making it a very dangerous situation:
The greater threat for rain will arrive Wednesday night if storms can from in the Western Dakotas and Nebraska, congeal into a giant cluster of storms, and plow through our area with heavy rain and hail being the primary threats:
The first chance of rain is going to be a small isolated thunderstorm chance for Wednesday afternoon as a warm front pushes into Nebraska. If storms form, it is possible some could be severe with some hail.
A Flash Flood Watch is also in effect tonight for all of Siouxland. Stay tuned.
Severe Weather (Tuesday 6:45 update) by Ron Demers
Ironically some storms have formed east of both of the watches that are out there:
The Sioux Falls National Weather Service has compiled some moreinformation about the tornadoes that reached EF4 strength near Sibley Iowa Friday night. Here is the path of the most intense tornadic period around Sibley:
A Tornado Watch has been issued for western Siouxland until Midnight. This includes all of our viewing counties in Nebraska EXCEPT for Dakota, Dixon, and Burt:
The final hurrah from this system looks to take place Thursday afternoon as severe storms may try to pop along a cold front that will be in NW Iowa by peak heating (their threat will be better than NE Nebraska or SE South Dakota). If you are wondering if this will be the end of the storminess, I would say probably not. The jetstream will be overhead at our latitude guiding storms systems through the heartland. The flooding threat is not done yet.
It not every day this kind of risk of severe weather is advertised, but today is one of those once or twice a year days. A moderate risk of severe weather is being forecast by the Storm Prediction Centerfor all of NW Iowa:
Potential for more rain and severe weather Wed. Thu. by Dave Winslow
The rain has been great for crops, gardens and yards. But at some point you can get too much of a good thing. Rivers and streams are filling up fast, and with more rain in the forecast flooding could become a problem.
There will be a slight chance of severe storms early this evening (7 pm to 9 pm) with better chances coming our way later tonight. We expect storms that have formed in Western Nebraska to race eastward and those along with the additional development of storms out ahead of that region to bring in chances of strong winds and heavy rain from 10 pm on into the rest of the night. Storms that form earlier will have the better chance of trying to produce a tornado. The storms that form later will be more likely to produce the severe winds and heavy rain.
Severe weather outbreak possible today Dave Winslow
SPC outlook Thursday Thur. night:
A Severe T Storm Watch has been issued for central and northern Siouxland until 4 am including Woodbury County:
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There is more information available at the Sioux Falls National Weather Service website:You will read there how brand new cars were completely demolished, and how a car engine was ripped out and thrown around by this violent tornado. The pictures tell the story very well, as a home was completely ripped off of its foundation and another was leveled down to the concrete blocks. This is the reason forthe EF4 rating.
The timing of this episode of severe weather is going to be late afternoon and into the early part of the night. Thunderstorms should begin forming during peek heating between 4 6 pm, and I fully expect a tornado watch for NW Iowa. With the timing of the front, storms should initiate near I29 and become more widespread as they push into NW Iowa. The best time frame for tornadoes will be early evening for a few hours before they merge into a line of storms. Stay tuned for severe weather information throughout the day.
Rainy June So Far by Mike Zwier
had one heck of a rainy and stormy June, but it not over with quite yet. Check outthis horrific flooding picture from Neligh, NE:
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I snagged some radar images from the end Charlie supercell storm. Notice how there is a clear definition of the last cell in the line, and even a little hook or appendage on the west side of the storm. This is where the tornado formed, and why it was continuing to do damage during the storm life cycle. The last image is at midnight. Yes, this is late to have tornadoes in our area, as peak time for this is normally 4 9 pm. It was warm and muggy enough though on this night to prolong the tornadic threat.
The Elkhorn river is experiencing flooding that is breaking records. Central Nebraska has seen over 10 of rain in about two weeks, and the ground can no longer absorb any more moisture. Crops are under water, and roads have been washed away. What worse is thata new system is threatening to rain on us again later this week.
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Severe Weather (Tuesday 8:10 pm update) by Ron Demers
Tornado track information from Friday outbreak Dave Winslow
below normal precipitation each month. That had created quite a deficit in the year to date rain numbers. Then June came along and we now made up for all three months in just 12 days. Precipitation data from Sioux Gateway Airport in Sioux City shows that only 3 days of June have been completely dry. Four days have been what I consider wet, with 0.25 of rain or more. Here is a look at the rainfall break down through Saturday evening.
Stay tuned to this blog, Twitter, and News Channel 4 for continued updates.
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