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Baldwin’s Windy Wednesday Wx Blog for June 10th

At a Glance

48-Hour Weather

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A few strong to severe storms are possible this afternoon, as a cold front nears our region. The main threat will be damaging, straight-line winds. The Storm Prediction Center has placed the plateau in the marginal risk for severe storms to account for this threat.

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Baldwin’s Severe Weather Concern

Due to the isolated nature of today’s storm threat, my concern level in on the low end of the scale. I’ll keep an eye on this today.

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Baldwin’s 7-Day forecast

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Daily Forecast

Wednesday: Breezy. Showers and thunderstorms likely by the afternoon. A few storms could be severe.

Thursday – Saturday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Very pleasant, with very low humidity.

Sunday: Very pleasant and partly cloudy. I may introduced a chance for a shower in later outlooks, as a cold front will be passing through again. Right now, it looks like a dry front.

Monday – Tuesday: More unseasonably cool weather. Partly cloudy skies and pleasant.

Baldwin’s Hay Day Forecast

I dusted off the overalls for this one, folks! (ha)



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Yesterday’s National High and Low Temperature

High: 106 at Eagle Pass and Rio Grande Village, Texas

Low: 14 at Pikes Peak, Colorado


We’re still keeping a bit of an eye on an area of low pressure out in the Atlantic. Right now, it’s of no concern to no one.

The remnants of Cristobal are now up to the Great Lakes and moving quickly north and east.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Severe storms will threaten a large portion of the eastern US, as a very strong June cold front passes through. All modes of severe weather appear possible, including tornadoes.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

A quiet day across the country.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Another very quiet day.



On this day in 1752 Benjamin Franklin flew his kite into the thunderstorm. Definitely not his brightest moment, but a tale that lives in infamy (ha).  He was trying to determine if lightning was related to electricity.

On this day in 1958 a woman was sucked out the window of her house by a powerful tornado in El Dorado, Kansas. She was carried 60 feet away. Lying beside her was a record titled Stormy Weather.

Long Range Outlook 

Cooler and drier conditions continue to rule the extended outlooks. June is looking quite nice for outdoor activities, though not so good for gardens.





You all have a great day!

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2 thoughts on “Baldwin’s Windy Wednesday Wx Blog for June 10th

  1. My husband and I are so impressed with all of the information you post. We love the Plateau specific forecasts and all of the maps and other information. Your coverage of the launch was very detailed and and enjoyable to read. We waited patiently for your every post. Thank you for being here for us. Denise and Bill Meyrahn

    1. It’s comments like this that it make it all worthwhile, Denise. Please know how much I appreciate you taking the time to share this with me. I’ll keep those weather reports coming! Take care.

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