Midwest Fall Storms
2021 Midwest Fall Forecast
The Farmers' Almanac extended forecast for fall indicates that things will transition from the rather warm and humid conditions of September to an unusually agitated and turbulent month of October. October for much of the country is usually the clearest and most tranquil month of the year. But this month is shaping up to bring unprecedented storm activity.
A "potentially significant severe weather event" was forecast for portions of the Midwest. These severe storms were capable of producing large hail, a few strong tornadoes (EF2 or stronger), and damaging winds. "The potential for a couple of long track supercells to evolve and track east northeast through Oklahoma were possible." A supercell is simply a thunderstorm that has rotation associated with it. Nearly all supercells produce severe weather such as large hail, damaging winds, or even tornadoes.
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