Daily Archives: April 6, 2010

Wrap-Up: the 2010 National Hurricane Conference

Guest blogger Chris Hebert, ImpactWeather’s TropicsWatch manager, weighs in on what happened at the 2010 National Hurricane Conference which was held in Orlando last week. [Hebert]  Hot topics at this year’s conference included an emphasis on storm surge impact, talk of a 7-day NHC forecast track and the outlook for the 2010 hurricane season. See […]

Severe Weather Today/Wednesday

It’s severe weather season and it’s already off to a busy start. On Sunday, severe weather rolled through mid-Missouri with reports from quarter to tennis ball size hail. Tornado touchdowns have also been reported. A trained storm spotter saw a tornado touch down near Mt. Airy around 7 p.m. on Sunday and the National Weather […]

Adelaide Pounded…and Flooded

More than three inches of rain fell in and around Adelaide, Australia late Tuesday as thunderstorms pounded the South Australia city famous for its long beaches and overall high rankings in “most livable” cities comparisons. The storms and flooding disrupted power to as many as 10,000 properties. As the Southern Hemisphere summer draws to a […]