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Weather Discussion 9/6/2011
Agenda Katia Lee Summer Heat Local Thunderstorms Tornado Warning
September 2, 2011
September 2-7 QPF
Lees Potential to Solve Exceptional Drought
September 2, 2011
Modeled Tracks of Katia: 9/2/2011
Lee, September 2, 2011
Extreme Heat Records
Heat and Dew Point Animations MediaID=786&MediaTypeID=2 MediaID=786&MediaTypeID=2 MediaID=782&MediaTypeID=2 MediaID=782&MediaTypeID=2
Irene Wrap-up / # / # pVg pVg
Local Weather September 2, 2011
Short Intense Rain
Friday September 2, z
September 3, 2011: Lee making landfall
Changing Models: 9/3/2011
Lee landfall in Louisiana
Lee landfall 9/3/2011
Katia, an elliptical storm 9/3/2011
Flood Forecast Sept 3 to Sept 8
Curious Feature: 1:30pm 9/3/2011
September 4, z
Unidirectional flow in LA
Sept z QPF
Sept 5, z
9/5/2011: Dry air behind Lee
9/5/2011: Katia re-curves
9/5/2011, Katia Visible
Oblique view visible 9/5/2011
9/5/2011: Large eye of Katia
Oblique view IR, 9/5/2011
9/5/2011 Precipitation Totals
It helped one area…
A possible tornado near Georgia Highway 85 in Fayetteville, Georgia on Monday, September 5 (AP Photo/The Sanford Herald, Wesley Beeson)
Primed for the morning activity 9/6/2011
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