Category: CWS Weather Discussions

Very Significant Severe Weather Possible Across Southern Kansas, Much Of Oklahoma & North Texas Late Monday Afternoon Into Monday Evening

It’s been a very active couple of days of severe weather across the central Gulf coast as well as across parts of Florida. This includes, but is not limited to, an EF-1 tornado that impacted parts of Slidell, Louisiana and more »

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My Thoughts On The 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season Forecast From Colorado State University

Earlier today Colorado State University released their forecast for the 2024 Hurricane Season and it is their busiest April forecast on record. Their forecast is for 23 named storms, 11 hurricanes and 5 major hurricanes. The forecast is calling for more »

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Significant Severe Weather With Strong To Violent Tornadoes Expected Tuesday Afternoon & Tuesday Evening Across The Ohio Valley & The Tennessee Valley

First For The Rest Of This Afternoon & Tonight: Supercell thunderstorms are expected to develop and track from central and southwestern Oklahoma and northwest Texas into eastern Oklahoma over the next few hours. These storms will have the potential to more »

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Robust Severe Weather Expected From The Southern Plains Into The Mid-Mississippi Valley Monday Afternoon Into Monday Night

Summary: Widespread and potentially robust severe weather looks quite possible during Monday afternoon and Monday night from the eastern parts of the southern Plains states northeastward into the middle Mississippi Valley. Large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes are all possible. more »

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2024 Atlantic, Caribbean & Gulf Of Mexico Hurricane Season Forecast (Issued March 13)

Summary: Buckle up as it looks like it’s going to be an extraordinarily active hurricane season in terms of both number of storms and also in the amount of potential impacts across the Caribbean and along the US Coastline (especially more »

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Seasonal Guidance Continues To Point Towards An Extraordinarily Active Hurricane Season

The European seasonal forecast update was released today and it continues to point towards a hyperactive hurricane season. This month’s update only goes out through September, but even that the model is forecasting 17 named storms and 9 hurricanes through more »

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Severe Weather Threat Likely From Central & East Texas Through Louisiana Thursday Night To From East Texas Through Louisiana, Southern Mississippi & Southern Alabama On Friday

It looks like a fairly robust severe weather event will unfold this coming Thursday night and especially on Friday from central and east Texas through Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama as a strong upper level trough pushes through the southern United more »

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Latest Thoughts On The 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season (It Continues To Look Extremely Active)

We are now about 120 days away from the official start of the 2024 Atlantic Hurricane Season (although my regular tropical weather updates will begin to be sent out on about May 1) and I wanted to go over the more »

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Crown Weather Services Turns 30 Years Old!!!

I want to start by thanking each and every one of you for using Crown Weather Services. We are always grateful for your kind words, strong showing of support and suggestions as we are always looking for ways to improve more »

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Winter Weather In The Form Of Snow & Ice Expected From The Deep South Through The Northern & Central Gulf Coast To The Mid-Atlantic States Over The Next Couple Of Days

An Arctic cold front is expected to reach the central Gulf Coast by tonight bringing some well below freezing temperatures as far south as southeast Texas through the northern Gulf Coast. A return flow of Gulf of Mexico air will more »

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