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Severe Weather Continues -- HIGH RISK

by Rory Groves        April 24, 2010  |  12:12 pm  |  Category: Latest News

Severe Weather continues into the Southeast part of the nation this weekend:

Saturday, Apr 24

States Affected:

Iowa, Missouri,
Illinois, Indiana,
Wisconsin, Ohio
West Virginia,
Georgia, Florida

Sunday, Apr 25

States Affected:

Washington DC,
North Carolina,
South Carolina,
Georgia, Florida


A High Risk means that widespread severe weather is expected, including:

  • Strong or Violent Tornadoes (F2 or greater)
  • Extremely Large Hail
  • Widespread Wind Damage (80+ MPH)

A Moderate Risk means that widespread severe weather is expected, including:

  • Numerous Tornadoes
  • Very Large Hail (greater than 3/4-inch)
  • Severe Wind Damage

A Slight Risk means the threat exists for scattered severe weather, including:

  • Isolated Tornadoes
  • Large Hail (up to 3/4-inch)
  • Damaging Winds (58mph or greater)

If you reside in the areas affected by these outlooks, be on the lookout for threatening weather conditions and listen for later statements and possible warnings.


Latest winter storm wrecking havoc all over US

by Emily Belden        January 6, 2010  |  9:36 am  |  Category: Latest News

From frozen citrus crops to devastating fatalities, the entire country is feeling the effects of the latest winter storm. Check out these startling headlines from today:

·         Florida and Southeast Brace for Record Breaking Cold SnapABC News

·         Freezing Temperatures Reach the South, Farmers Rush to Salvage CropsFox News

·         Homeless man found frozen to death in Kansas City, MissouriKCTV

·         Atlantic, Iowa breaks record low set in 1958 with minus 29 degree temperatureCNN

·         Winter storm warnings north, hard freeze warnings southCNN

(AP Photo/File)

" invaluable resource" for extreme weather

by Rory Groves        January 4, 2010  |  9:59 am  |  Category: Testimonials

"I concur with these testimonials. this year has been the exception as opposed to the norm with respect to weather in Kentucky. When weather events affecting public welfare have occurred they have been on the extreme side whether flooding in August and September or just the past week an EF 2 tornado in Casey County. Weather Defender has been an invaluable resource in bringing all aspects of the dynamic weather picture together to present an ongoing assessment of potentially dangerous weather situations."

Chuck Danison
Shelbyville, Kentucky

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