THE STORM CENTER

This is our Storm Center operations area. It is nerve center for all of the products and services we offer to our clients and the public. Every day, our staff of highly trained meteorologists painstakenly sift through hundreds of pieces of data and information about the existing state of the atmosphere, and what it is expected to be several hours ahead. This helps us look for those particular elements which may come together to trigger severe local storms. When such elements are present, the work of "prediction" begins! Our suite of forecast products are designed to help our clients and the public better understand what hazards are expected to occur, where, and an approximate time of occurrence. Our latest operational product, the "Great Lakes Severe Outlook" will detail those hazards expected over the open waters, and are useful to mariners and marine interests.


DAY 1 OUTLOOK

This is the latest severe weather outlook available. This product is routinely issued several times during this period to provide the very latest information and trends. Dispatch times for this product appears on our "Forecast Center" page.
Note: This product does not contain information about any heavy rainfall/flooding threats for the region!

DAY 2 OUTLOOK

This is the latest day 2 severe weather outlook available. This product is routinely issued twice per day to provide the latest forecast and trends for tomorrow across the coverage region. Dispatch times for this product appears on our "Forecast Center" page.

DAY 3 OUTLOOK

This is the latest day 3 severe weather outlook available. This product is routinely issued once per day to provide the latest forecast and trends for the day after tomorrow across the coverage region. Dispatch times for this product appears on our "Forecast Center" page.

HEAVY RAINFALL OUTLOOK

This is the latest heavy rainfall/flood potential outlook available. This product is routinely issued "as needed" during any potential threat period. Dispatch times will be indicated on our "Forecast Center" page.

GREAT LAKES SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOKS

This is the latest severe weather outlook for Lake Superior and Lake Michigan. This product is routinely issued twice per day, and contains the latest forecast reasoning and trends. Dispatch times for this product appears on our "Forecast Center" page.

4-8 DAY OUTLOOK

This is the latest 4 to 8 day severe weather outlook available. This product is routinely issued once per day, and contains the latest forecast reasoning based on the latest model guidance data and recent trends in the atmosphere. Please remember, this product is to used for guidance purposes only!
Dispatch times for this product appears on our "Forecast Center" page.

BREAKING NEWS!

CLOSED FOR THE WINTER SEASON!
Our office is now closed for the winter season. If any post or pre season severe weather should occur, please consult your local NWS offices for more information. We will resume full operations again next spring. Just because the severe weather season is over, don't mean that severe storms can't happen! Remember, severe weather can happen at anytime of the year, and anytime of the day or night. Don't be caught off gaurd, stay alert and prepared! Have a happy and safe winter season!

THE LATEST SEVERE WEATHER WATCHES AND WARNINGS DISPLAY

Note: This image is not clickable. It is updated every 5 minutes when severe weather is expected, or is occurring.


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VERY IMPORTANT! Midwest Weather Service is a small private establishment created for the sole purpose of severe local storm prediction and forecast services for our clinets. We are in no way affiliate with, or have any ties with NOAA, it's National Weather Service, or Storm Prediction Center. Our products are released for the coverage region we serve, and originate from, and are disseminated by our Storm Center.

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