Author: Billy Reed

  Hopefully you all enjoyed the sun today. It’s nice to know it still exists after what has seemed like a permanent deck of cloud cover. Speaking of clouds, we’ll likely have some develop in response to a surface ridge moving off to the east promoting southerly flow on the backside. Winds may end up […]

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HRRR precipitation depiction showing heavy rains moving in overnight tonight along the stalled boundary along I-70. I have received just under an inch so far today here in Alton but we still have plenty of rain on the way. In fact, we have a chance to see rain every day for the remainder of the […]

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Headlines heading into the weekend remain the same – rain. We’ve had some scattered shower activity across parts of southern IL this afternoon but activity will continue to increase in coverage, especially as we head into Friday afternoon/evening as a warm front reinforces and further destabilizes the column. Lack of instability will preclude the severe […]

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With the Equinox fast approaching, today being  the 3 year anniversary of the St. Patrick’s Day solar storm and the last several days being active for northern lights, I thought I would do something a little differently for you all since I have an interest in space weather and I’m sure many of you do […]

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