Episode 31: Moore Tornado, Wet May and Stephanie Kralevich

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This week, the guys welcome back Meteorologist Stephanie Kralevich to the show.  They will break down the devastating EF5 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.

Plus, they’ll take a look at one of the wettest Mays on record in Portland.  And, you’ll get to meet Steph’s little bundle of joy, Cooper.

Episode 31: Moore Tornado, Wet May and Stephanie Kralevich

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13 Responses to Episode 31: Moore Tornado, Wet May and Stephanie Kralevich

  1. W7ENK says:

    Beautiful sunset last night.

    And another one tonight!

    Photo coming…

    • pappoose in scappoose says:

      NWS NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL AL012013 1100 AM EDT THU JUN 06 2013

      REGARDLESS OF THE EXACT TRACK OF THE CENTER OF ANDREA…THE PRIMARY EFFECTS ARE EXPECTED TO BE HEAVY RAINFALL ACROSS MUCH OF THE FLORIDA PENINSULA AND INTO THE COASTAL SECTIONS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES…STORM SURGE FLOODING ALONG PORTIONS OF THE WEST
      COAST OF FLORIDA…AND ISOLATED TORNADOES TODAY ACROSS THE FLORIDA PENINSULA.

  2. This blog is so dead………
    But! Anybody see this cool vid of noctilucent clouds in motion?

    • Archangel Michael2 says:

      Where have you been? This blog has been dead for years now except when an event somewhere else in the nation happens or the models here go bonkers regardless if the *event* actually happens.

      However if this weather blog were ANYWHERE in the UK or mainland Europe the servers would blow a fuse because of the exciting *mini ice age* type weather that’s been going on over there.

      Once we get our turn we will be overloaded but so far Europe has been the target it seems.

    • Mark Nelsen says:

      Like the weather. You should see the stats, each summer the numbers are incredibly low unless we get thunderstorms in the metro area.

    • Boomer In Vancouver says:

      It is the same every summer. Everyone will be back for in November or December for model riding / Wishcasting season.

  3. pappoose in scappoose says:

    I’m sure we’ll see drones handling the job of getting up close and personal with dangerous storms, before long.

    http://www.news965.com/ap/ap/aerospace/reality-catches-up-with-sci-fi-in-storm-drones/nX8gP/

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