First high risk

My guess, it'll be the day of the Nextel Cup race in Fort Worth, TX...which would put it around mid-April. It seems every time the Cup guys go there, there is a significant risk of severe weather in the Ft Worth area.

Otherwise, I say it'll be somewhere in AR, LA, MS, TN, AL and GA the first two weeks of April.

-George
 
Ecluding the prototypical midwestern high wind-in-a-metreopolitan-area-type high risks, I'll say there will be NO high risks for violent tornado outbreaks in 2005.
 
Originally posted by Jeremy Lemanski
i thought of another date which for some strange reason stands out to me

May 11th in iowa, minn, wisc, and Illi.

I like it!! :D Long as half of it doesn't bust like this:

http://sphs.angeltowns.net/spcproductarchi...00_tornprob.gif

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/010411_rpts.gif

Oh, and can you shift that date like 3 days ahead? I get to go home from college here in GB (my home is Stoughton, just SE of Madison) around May 13-14 after I get done with exams. :)

Wherever and whenever the high risk is, you can bet it will included here along with all chase accounts and NWS damage surveys: http://sphs.angeltowns.net/A_R_Wehrle/highrisk.html
 
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