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Outbreak Likely. Violent, Long-Track Tornadoes Possible Read more

Outbreak Likely. Violent, Long-Track Tornadoes Possible

Per the Storm Prediction Center: A tornado outbreak is expected today into early this evening across parts of the Southeast northward into the Tennessee Valley. Several long-track strong tornadoes, destructive winds and very large hail will be possible... 

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Day 66 Grateful for Superheros Read more

Day 66 Grateful for Superheros

Day 66 of a Grateful Heart..Today I am grateful for superheroes. As some of you may know, I LOVE a good superhero movie. One of my favorite scenes in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', is at the very end when the Guardians unite and Groot sacrifices himself for his friends. "We are Groot." Oh my gosh, it gets me every time!

Day 64 Grateful for Dance and Joyful People Read more

Day 64 Grateful for Dance and Joyful People

Day 64 of a Grateful Heart..you don't have to be around my family long, to know that one of our all time favorite movies is 'The Greatest Showman'. Last night, however, as I sat at Nazareth College Art Center, I quickly realized I was amidst "The Greatest Show"...

Day 63 Grateful for New York, "New Me" Read more

Day 63 Grateful for New York, "New Me"

Day 63 of a Grateful Heart...  the first year living in New York, I prayed for a purpose...I believe in order to have your best life, there is a need to have a sense of purpose and meaning. I was a Teacher's Assistant before moving here and really enjoyed it. But now the BIG question, for myself, what in the world was my new purpose now that I lived in New York???? At the time it was January and bitter cold, snowy... Perhaps a ski instructor, a "professional snow shoveler", or an ice fisherman would be the best option haha...

Day 60 Grateful for my Feet Read more

Day 60 Grateful for my Feet

Day 60 of a Grateful Heart... Today I am grateful for Feet. I have honestly never loved the way my feet looked, I have tried to hide them the best I can over the years. The other day, when I fell down the stairs,  I cursed my feet for literally letting me down haha. But as Andrea Whitcomb-May volunteered her time to pamper me once again, I realized I am way too hard on my feet. I think we all are. That's why it is so important to take care of them... that  is why it is even more important to think about others' feet and what they are walking through...

Day 58 Grateful to Get Back Up Read more

Day 58 Grateful to Get Back Up

Day 58 of A Grateful Heart..today was not one of my more graceful mornings. I'm embarrased to say it, but as I walked downstairs to head to work, I literally FELL DOWN THE STAIRS. As I laid there assessing the damage, I started to cry, my arm hurt bad, there was blood and I am not sure if it was the pain or blood that made me feel light headed.  I literally crawled back upstairs to Jeremy. What a pitiful sight...  

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Short Range Forecast Discussion
NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD
425 AM EDT Sun Aug 01 2021

Valid 12Z Sun Aug 01 2021 - 12Z Tue Aug 03 2021

...Showers and thunderstorms with locally heavy rainfall across the
central U.S. will gradually reaches the Gulf Coast during the next couple
of days...

...More rounds of monsoonal moisture expected across the interior western
U.S. with flash flooding possible from the Great Basin to the Rockies...

A cool air mass will continue to make steady progress through the central
and eastern portions of the country today to offer relief to the recent
spell of oppressive heat. Showers and thunderstorms will signal the
arrival of the cool air across the central Plains to the Tennessee Valley
today behind a cold front with multiple low pressure waves. Hot and very
humid conditions will persist for one more day today across the Deep South
where Heat Advisories and some Excessive Warnings are currently in effect.
By Monday, more widespread showers and thunderstorms will keep
temperatures at bay through the Deep South as the front edges closer from
the north.

Meanwhile, a reinforcing cold front will spread showers and some
thunderstorms across the lower Great Lakes today and into northern
New England tonight. This system will attempt to merge with a low
pressure wave forecast to develop today across the Carolinas to help
trigger a period of strong to possibly severe thunderstorms near the
Mid-Atlantic coast. A cool and dry air mass across the northern Plains
will be ushered into the central U.S. and the Northeast behind the front
to begin the new work week. Over the Mid-Atlantic region however, the
front is forecast to stall later on Monday which will encourage the rain
to linger and possibly get heavier near the Carolina coasts Monday night
as another low pressure wave is forecast to develop. More showers and
thunderstorms are expected further south into Florida as well as along the
Gulf Coast where the front is forecast to stall.

In the Pacific Northwest, an influx of monsoonal moisture from the south
should help cool down the temperatures today across the interior sections,
breaking the recent spell of excessive heat. Speaking of monsoonal
moisture, there is no shortage of it across the Intermountain West. The
associated rainfall is welcoming to the drought-stricken West but the
downpours associated with some of the thunderstorms are capable of
producing heavy rainfall rates that could trigger areas of flash flooding.
Locations most at risk for flash flooding are where antecedent soil
conditions are overly saturated or near burn scars. The Excessive
Rainfall threat today shifts into Idaho as well as the southern High
Plains where thunderstorm activities are forecast to be best focused.
More rounds of heavy showers and storms are possible up and down the spine
of the Rockies as well near the Southeast U.S. coast on Monday.

Lastly, Air Quality Alerts remain in effect for portions of the interior
Northwest, Arizona, Colorado, the upper Midwest, the Tennessee Valley and
South Carolina due to smoke associated with wildfires over western North
America being transported into these areas.

Kong 
 
 

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