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Friday, May 28, 2010
Lot's Of Wind, Hail - More In Store Over Holiday Weekend
Below is a map of storm reports across the lower 48 states on Friday.
It was the first day in 10 days without a tornado report. At least as of this blog post - just a little after 11 pm MDT.
There are a few strong to severe storms currently rumbling over eastern Montana - so I suppose there could still be a tornado report before the day is over.
And there was even some hail in Alaska. Here is one storm report I found.
1/4 TO 1/2 INCH DIAMETER HAIL WAS OBSERVED AT THE TANANA
AIRPORT FROM 657 PM UNTIL 708 PM. THE HAIL COVERED THE
GROUND IN THE VILLAGE.
The outlook for the Memorial Day weekend is pretty good for most - there will be some strong to severe storms Saturday afternoon in the northern and central Rockies and across the northern plains states.
That threat will spread southeast into Kansas and the central and southern plains by Sunday.
Monday actually looks fairly quiet for most locations.