June 16th Severe Weather Threat

The risk for potentially significant severe weather exists across portions of the upper Midwest Monday, June 16th. Ample  amounts of shear and instability could combine to set the stage for severe thunderstorms along a boundary draped east to west across Iowa and Minnesota. Questions remain as to the exact evolution of morning thunderstorms which will have an impact on where and if storms form in the afternoon. Below are some maps from our forecast model website

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Upper level jet moving into the area.

Upper level jet moving into the area.

Supercell Composite Parameter

Supercell Composite Parameter

Morning storms will impact where the boundary sets up

Morning storms will impact where the boundary sets up

Position of the warm front/boundary

Position of the warm front/boundary

Overall Most Likely Severe Weather Area

Forecast Radar & SPC Outlook

Forecast Radar & SPC Outlook

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