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Massive blizzard to impact the Northeast U.S.!
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Written by Heidi Farrar   
Friday, 08 February 2013 17:07

nemo_gfs_3_2013020818_f18_wspd_10_m_above_groundThe largest winter storm event of 2012-2013 is underway, and locations from New York City to Maine are bracing for conditions that could ultimately result in record snow totals for some areas. Tropical storm-force winds--with gusts anticipated to be in excess of 50 MPH--in combination with heavy, 2-3 inch per-hour snowfall rates will result in blizzard conditions, and needless to say, will bring a significant threat for power outages and make driving extremely treacherous; in Massachusetts, the governor has declared a state of emergency, and has issued a ban on all non-essential travel beginning this afternoon.

We encourage residents or those with interests in the northeast to keep up with the latest information by monitoring local media and local National Weather Service offices. Reed will also be posting frequently on the event on Facebook and Twitter, as well as updating with bulletins at

Deadly Tornado Strikes Georgia, Severe Weather Outbreak 1-29/1-30 2013
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Written by Dick McGowan   
Wednesday, 30 January 2013 23:00
yesterdayOn January 29th, the Storm Prediction Center had issued a moderate risk for a big chunk of the mid-south with the primary threats being damaging winds and strong tornadoes.  Numerous tornado watches were issued and most of the severe weather started Tuesday evening and ended Wednesday evening.  All-in-all Tuesday had 324 reports (image, left) with most of those being damaging winds, although 13 tornado reports were recorded.  One fatality occurred last night, as a man allegedly tried to take shelter in a shed and was killed.


A deadly tornado stuck the town of Adairsville, Georgia this morning leaving at least one dead and several more injuries.  The storm was embedded within a squall line and was moving extremely fast when it hit the town.  Before this fatality today, the US had set a record for most days without a tornado-related fatality with 220 days, since records had been kept in 1950.  Check out the INSANE video (below).


This was a classic high shear/low instability setup in the south, and isn't unusual as most people think.  Luckily, this event was forecasted several days in advance and after April 27th, 2011, people in Dixie Alley are more weather-aware than ever before.  Today's severe weather reports totaled 262, with 7 of those being tornadoes.


Don't forget to check out "Tornado Chasers" now available at a bulk rate of $19 for all episodes 1-12!  For updates on warnings and real-time weather information, be sure to follow Reed's Facebook fan page and Twitter account and stay informed!

Video update from Reed: Severe weather event underway!
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Written by Heidi Farrar   
Tuesday, 29 January 2013 13:24
A severe weather event is underway across most of the southern and central U.S, with tornado watches stretching from western Illinois to northeast Texas; a Moderate Risk for severe weather has also been issued by the Storm Prediction Center.  Above is the latest weather update from Reed--be sure to keep up with him on Twitter and Facebook as the event unfolds.  As always, we encourage everyone in the risk area to monitor conditions, have a working NOAA Weather Radio ready, and know what to do in the case of a warning.  This episode will continue into the overnight and spread over a large portion of the easten U.S. tomorrow, so stay tuned for updates!
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