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MetService Media and Communications Meteorologist Daniel Corbett commented."Weather prospects look brighter over the weekend as the lingering low gradually weakens and moves slightly east of New Zealand" In the meantime however, many parts of the
MetService Dan Corbett presents the weather as the MetService issues a severe weather warning for this weekend. Severe weather is expected to hit much of the North Island today as an active front moves across the northern part of the country.
The approaching squall line is showing some signs of "bowing out", which may hint at damaging straight line winds. NWS Doppler at 10 AM is also estimating some 1-2" hail with a few of these storms, especially northern Hennepin County.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for the Chicago region until 9 p.m. due to an advancing line of thunderstorms expected to reach the area tonight...Advertisement The line of storms has already left some damage in Lake County, such as trees
Auckland [ change ] Showers Max 14° Min 7° Thunderstorm watch for upper North Island Alexia Russell, Newstalk ZB August 29, 2013, 8:24 am A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for large parts of the upper North Island...Forecasters warn that
Lucky visitors escaped the forecast damaging winds and hailstones after the storm cell that was headed for the Brisbane CBD weakened. The severe thunderstorm warning for the Brisbane CBD has since been cancelled. Thunderstorms are now moving east and
A thunderstorm near Trinity or eight miles east of Tarpon Springs is moving northwest at 20 miles per hour. This storm will affect Odessa, Trinity, Holiday and NEw Port Richey until 7 p.m. ------ Tornado warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings were
A tornado warning was issued for north central Bedford, southwestern Blair, southern Cambria and northeastern Somerset counties until 7:15 p.m. Fayette and Westmoreland counties remain under a severe thunderstorm watch, though it has expired for the
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for eastern Arapahoe county and north-central Elbert County until 8:45 p.m. The warning, which includes Deer Trail, was issued after a storm capable of producing a tornado was stopped 33 miles
Dallas, Collin and Kaufman Counties are under a severe thunderstorm watch till 11 p.m. but truth is, whatever big rain (and hail and wind) we see tonight will happen between now and sundown. And it's thanks to that cold front that's been promised for