And those of us watching LOST, i hope ABC breaks in during network commercial spots.
The problem with the warnings during shows is that they switch it to SD instead of HD to broadcast the warnings. That sucks for the 2 hour finale of LOST. ...but if lives are saved, I can put up with it.
The 11 am DAY 1 outlook was a substantial upgrade over the one from earlier this morning.
The moderate risk area was upgraded to HIGH (Sunday's fatal setup didn't even garner a HIGH risk tag) and I believe the risk areas were expanded east as well.
The stuff around Ames and Northern Iowa as I type this, isn't the main show.
The main show should start developing out in Central/Eastern Nebraska later this afternoon as Tornadic supercells that evolve into a Wind and Hail event as the storms form a MCS (Mesoscale Convective Complex - fancy term for overnight thunderstorm complexes) and move east across Iowa.
There are going to be a few Particular Dangerous Situation watch boxes and lots of local channel interuptions for severe weather later this evening/night...
Or given the fickle nature of weather, there is a (very small) chance we get absolutely nothing
What is really fun is trying to figure out all the stuff on the Mesoanalysis pages. Lots of Shear, >3000 CAPE and no CINH, and backing winds with height = ????
My dish went out last year too. It happened right when Charlie started communicating with Penelope. (I cancelled my Dish service not long after.) Luckily I recorded it on my computer from the OTA HD signal. Hope you don't have the same problem tonight.
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