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May 27

Lingering Flood Concerns

Significant May Rainfall YIKES! Take a look at the radar estimated rainfall from across the southern part of the country. The pink and purple colors below suggests nearly 12″ to 24″ of rain over the past 26 days! Many locations have not only recorded their wettest May on record, but they have also recorded the wettest month on record, including Oklahoma City, OK and Wichita Falls, TX. Oklahoma City, OK: 18.97″ of rain through May 26th. Not only the wettest May on record, but also the wettest month on record beating the 14.66″ of rain set in June 1989 Wichita...

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May 26

AerisWeather Helps Homeowner’s Association Win Settlement For Storm Damage

The meteorological expertise of AerisWeather‘s forensics team was enlisted by local attorneys to help a Twin Cities’ Homeowner’s Association win a settlement from an insurance company who significantly undervalued a storm damage claim. A series of strong thunderstorms, many containing large hail and damaging winds, pummeled the Homeowner’s Association during the Spring of 2012. Numerous structures within the Association were damaged by these severe thunderstorms. After submitting a claim with their insurance company, the Homeowner’s Association learned that the insurance company was only willing to cover approximately three percent of the estimate given by the contractor who assessed the damage....

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May 26

Massive Flooding In Houston, TX; A Wet May Across The South

Houston Flooding Houston, TX, saw massive flooding overnight as heavy rain fell over the city and a flash flood emergency was declared for parts of Harris and Fort Bend Counties. Numerous roads were underwater (at least 46 stretches of metro freeways according to Houston TranStar) and water rescues were reported. At least 200 people were still stuck early Tuesday morning at the Toyota Center after the Houston Rockets-Golden State Warriors basketball playoff game last night. What caused the flooding? Well, almost a foot of rain fell across the Houston area according to radar and ground reports. With the rain that...

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May 25

Memorial Day Forecast

Happy Memorial Day! Here’s a quick overview of the weather expected for some major metro areas across the country today. Dallas, TX Showers and thunderstorms are expected this afternoon for the Dallas-Fort Worth area. There is an enhanced risk for severe weather. The greatest threat will be large hail, but strong winds and an isolated tornado are also possible. Flooding concerns continue as more heavy rain is expected with these storms today. New York City A beautiful holiday is on tap for much of the Northeast. Temperatures in NYC today will warm into the low 80s. A few more puffy...

5.22.15 SC Rain
May 22

“Floodin’ Down in Texas”

Corpus Christi, TX Thursday was a VERY wet day for Corpus Christi as 4.56″ of rain fell in nearly 1 hour from 4:15pm to 5:15pm. Interestingly, that was not a daily rainfall record because back in 1941, 5.57″ of rain fell on the same day, which was the 2nd wettest May day in recorded history. Another interesting stat is that the 4.56″ of rain that fell yesterday is tied for the 3rd wettest May day in history with that set also on May 12th, 2015… what are the chances??     Monthly Rainfall Incredibly, over the last 21 days of...

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May 21

Will You Have A Wet Or Dry Memorial Day Weekend?

Happy Thursday! This weekend is the unofficial start to summer for many across the country, and AAA predicts that there will be 33 million that travel by car over the holiday weekend, up 5.3% from last year – and the highest volume in 10 years. Where might be expect some delays this weekend if you are traveling? (CHECK OUT YOUR FORECAST: wx.aerisweather.com) Friday While a few isolated showers will be possible across portions of the Northeast on Friday, travel troubles should be at a minimal. We can expect scattered showers and storms, however, from the central and southern Plains into...

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May 20

Drought Busting Rains??

2nd Wettest May on Record for Oklahoma City, OK It’s been a very wet over the past 19 days in Oklahoma City. In fact, they are currently sitting at their 2nd wettest May on record with 13.88″ and only 0.64″ behind the wettest May on record of 14.52″ set only 2 years ago! Rain Past 14 Days Based on radar estimates, nearly 10″ to 15″ of rain has fallen across parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas over the past 14 days. Flooding has been a big issue for many locations and unfortunately, more rain is on the way for the...

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May 19

San Angelo Flooding; Slight Severe Threat; Winter Not Giving Up

Heavy Rain Continues San Angelo, TX, saw some major flash flooding last night. In just 45 minutes, the airport saw 2.99″ of rain – and 4.64″ in 90 minutes! 4.01″ fell before the end of the day, making yesterday the wettest May day in San Angelo history – and the 9th wettest day in history. There were reports of at least one car being swept away due to flooding, and the airport was closed for a period of time overnight due to flood waters making their way into inside the terminal. Below is the message that was on the City...

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May 18

2015 Tornado Update

It was another active weekend with strong to severe thunderstorms across the Central U.S.. According to NOAA’s SPC, there were nearly 40 tornado reports on Saturday alone, some of which occurred in Minnesota for the first time since September 19th, 2014.   2015 PRELIMINARY Tornado Data According to NOAA’s SPC, there have been 460 PRELIMINARY tornado reports this year, 234 of which (through May 18th) have occurred this month. Interestingly, 4 out of the 10 top tornado days of 2015 have occurred this month as well, the highest being 5/06/15 with 69 reports.   2015 PRELIMINARY Tornado Count The PRELIMINARY...

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May 15

Strong Storm System Brings Severe Weather, Snow

Hello and Happy Friday! After a brief break from severe weather earlier this week, the threat is ramping back up this weekend. Parts of the Plains that were slammed with large hail and tornadoes last week are at risk for some strong storms once again. A strong upper level storm system sitting over the Great Basin will begin to push eastward today. An associated surface low and warm front will be the focal points for severe weather development this afternoon. The SPC has issued an enhanced risk (orange shade) for strong storms today across parts of South Dakota and Nebraska....