How To Forecast Tornadoes Using The Wheel of Tor

How To Forecast Tornadoes Using The Wheel of Tor

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Learn how to forecast tornadoes by using a cutting edge tool I’ve developed called The Wheel of Tor. This tool and booklet gives you all of the ideal ingredient levels for forecasting a tornado threat.

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Apr 05, 2017
Tornado Outbreak Forecast Tutorial – 4-5-17 – Southeast U.S.

Tornado Outbreak Forecast Tutorial – 4-5-17 – Southeast U.S.

Forecast Breakdowns

There is a moderate risk 15% hatched tornado threat brewing across the southeast U.S. 4-5-17. In this video, I give you my tornado forecast and discuss weather the ingredients support a tornado outbreak or not using a new tool that I’ve developed called the Wheel Of Tor.

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Apr 05, 2017
Severe Weather Trolly Arriving 3-23 thru 3-25

Severe Weather Trolly Arriving 3-23 thru 3-25

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In this episode of The State Of The Weather, I talk about the severe weather that is beginning to ramp up 3-23-17 thru 3-25-17. View my severe weather target forecast + severe weather forecasting techniques.

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Mar 22, 2017
Early Spring Tornado Threat Increasing Thursday

Early Spring Tornado Threat Increasing Thursday

Forecast Breakdowns

Classic early spring severe weather outbreak becoming increasingly likely Thursday, March 23rd, 2017…

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A powerful shortwave looks to plow through the central plains on Thursday.

This will cook up a batch of severe weather for the central and eastern Plains Thursday afternoon and evening.

As of now, the greatest chance for severe weather lies within the pink box in the above image. Central and eastern Kansas has the highest potential at the moment.

Keep in mind this is still a ways out. Things will change. Right now, the threat for large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes are all there.

Tornado Threat

The chance for 1 or more tornadoes right now looks moderate. If this setup were to happen TODAY, the threat would be much higher. But this setup is still 6 days out.

A super potent shortwave will move through the plains bringing extreme wind shear for central and eastern Kansas.

This will aid severe thunderstorm development.

The image below shows the low level winds (the winds just off the deck). A widespread 50-65 miles per hour is situated over eastern Kansas and Oklahoma.

The map below shows the surface conditions for the day. The low pressure center is located in western Kansas. A dryline will buldge into western Oklahoma and perhaps as far north as Kansas. A warmfront will be draped across Nebraska and Iowa.

Combine the strong southerly low level jet with the southeasterly surface flow and you have some extreme low level (0-1km) helicity to support tornadic development.

Moisture and instability will be a concern this day as values are on the lower end of what is required for a severe weather event.

However, as of right now, they look to be strong enough to support severe weather and perhaps tornadoes.

Below is a cutting edge tool I’ve recently developed called “The Wheel Of Tor”.

This tool plots the ideal ingredients for tornadoes from a scale of 1-10 for a specific location. 10 being the most optimal for tornado development and 0 being the least optimal. The more filled in it is, the higher the likelyhood for tornadoes.

This gives you a visual representation of what is there and what isn’t for a particular tornado setup.

The Wheel of Tor image below is for Salina, Kansas.

You can see the wind shear is there to suppor tornadoes, however the instability and moisture are on the slight to moderate end.

That Being Said…

We are still several days out and this data could still change significantly. However, there has been a strong signal for a strong low pressure system in the central Plains for many days now.

If you’d like to get access to the Wheel Of Tor, feel free to check out my free Ebook “The Tornado Chemical X Formula” below. In it, you’ll learn all of the ideal ingredients for tornadoes. It also teaches you how to use the Wheel of Tor and you’ll get a blank Wheel of Tor you can print out.

By signining up for it, you’ll also be the first to be notified about a special tornado forecasting competition that is launching within the next 3 weeks.

Stay tuned!

-Cody

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Mar 17, 2017
Severe Weather Outbreak Coming 2-28-17 (+ Forecast Tips)

Severe Weather Outbreak Coming 2-28-17 (+ Forecast Tips)

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An early season severe weather outbreak is possible on 2-28-17 and 2-29 across the Midwest and Ohio Valley. Discover my tornado target area and learn some forecasting tips.

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Feb 27, 2017