Next Rainmaker To Watch: Thursday

April 16, 2008           

 

 

 

 

 

 

An upper trough now over the inter-mountain west will work together with a Pacific frontal system to destabilize the atmosphere by Thursday (see map)…bringing our next round of potentially stormy spring weather.  The front is tending to slow down in the last few computer guidance runs...which means some potential for lcoally heavy rainfall amounts Thursday night.

The speed of the frontal passage/upper trough, and the amount of clearing Friday, will determine the daytime high for that day. Cloudy skies could keep Friday rather cool in the 60s; some sunshine would get us into the 70s.  Saturday still looks like a very nice day at this point.

Take Care,

Steve LaNore

Chief Meteorologist

 KXII-TV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • by LARRY Location: LONE GROVE on May 6, 2008 at 10:40 AM
    WOW,MARY U HAVE GOT TO BE KIDDING,THEY CUT IN DURING WHAT EVER TIME THE WEATHER WARRENTS.I USEUALLY HAVE NO PROBLEM WITH IT, BUT A COUPLE WEEKS AGO WHEN THE STORM WAS IN VALLY VIEW,IT WAS DARK AND THE SPOTTER COULD SEE NOTHING BUT THEY TALKED TO THE GUY FOR BETTER THEN 5 MIN. AND NEVER SAW NOTHING.ALSO THE INFO ON THE SCREEN AT TIMES CAN COVER DARN NEAR HALF THE SCREEN.ALL THAT BEING SAID THIS IS THE TIME TO WATCH THE SKYS AND YOU GUYS DO A GOOD JOB. MYSELF AND MY FAMILY THANKS YOU VERY MUCH.
  • by Anonymous on Apr 25, 2008 at 08:47 AM
    Its pretty sad when csi ny is the highlight of your day and when it gets cut off you have to leave comments condeming the weather man, maybe you need to invest in a hobby or get a life.
  • by Mary Location: Sherman on Apr 19, 2008 at 08:36 AM
    Yeah Steve don't let Amy bother you. I bet she is just among the few that have a problem. Sure sometimes it's annoying when the storms aren't near you but yet your show is cut off. We just all have to remember that these storms may not be affecting us but they are affecting someone. Also, I have noticed that they do try to just cut in during commercials so that's nice. I'm just glad we have a station that keeps us informed of the bad weather. Great job KXII!!! Oh and by the way, It's just a tv show get a life and get your face out of the tv!
  • by Erin Location: Denison on Apr 18, 2008 at 05:23 AM
    I would just like to say THANK YOU to Mr. LaNore for keeping everyone informed. When the weather gets severe it is important for all the viewers to know where it is and where it's going so we can be prepared. I hope that KXII does not let one miserable person affect how the weather team does their job.
  • by Amy Location: Marietta on Apr 17, 2008 at 05:07 PM
    If you weather guys must break in to 'warn' us about the horrible threat of hard rain, could you just jump in, say it and get out of our tv? We don't want to hear your conversation with your storm spotters. We don't want you to school us on how weather happens. We just want you to tell us that there is bad weather coming and get the hell off the tv. Last week we missed an entire episode of csi ny simply because you and your storm spotter needed a little more air time. You rambled on and on, saying absolutely needless things, giving information that didn't matter at all-like the time you broke in to tell us that the storm spotter didn't see anything! And you spent a great deal of time trying to each us how weather comes about.--WE DON'T GIVE A DAMN! Get over yourself and leave our programming alone. After all, we are forced to watch your crappy little channel so that we can see the badly produced commercials, must we also submit to your ego-driven speech-making?
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