Welcome to the Storm Center!

This is our redesigned page which contains many enhancements and updates we know you will enjoy! All the changes and enhancements are to make finding the information, data, and forecasts much more "user friendly", and easier to find. As before, you will find links to all our forecast products, as well as key safety rules, and other important information. We hope you will find what you need here, but should you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us.
Note: You can also view all of the forecast products we generate, as well as some goody downloads, and more by clicking here .

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Current Convective Outlook (Day 1)
Forecaster: Adamsky
Valid: 11/2000Z - 12/1200Z
Forecast Risk of Severe Storms: None
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1923 UTC Day 1 Outlook
Latest Convective Outlook (Day 2)
Forecaster: Musher
Issued: 11/1808Z
Valid: 12/1200Z - 13/1200Z
Forecast Risk of Severe Storms: None
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1728 UTC Day 2 Outlook
Latest Convective Outlook (Day 3)
Forecaster: Musher
Issued: 11/1336Z
Valid: 13/1200Z - 14/1200Z
Forecast Risk of Severe Storms: None
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1417 UTC Day 3 Outlook
Heavy Rainfall/Flood Outlook{Event Driven}
Forecaster: Adamski
Issued: 20/1538Z
Valid: 20/1600Z - 21/0600Z
Forecast risk of flood/flash flooding: none
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Heavy Rainfall Outlook
General {non-severe} thunderstorm outlook
Forecaster: Musher/Adamsky
Issued: 11/1619Z
Valid: 11/17Z - 11/22Z
This outlook describes the potential for thunderstorms anywhere across the coverage region. It is broken down into specified periods of time. The thunderstorm potential is expressed as a "percentage" for an area. See graphic.
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General thunderstorm outlook
Latest Activity Chart
Issued: 1447Z
This is the current day 1 outlook, radar, and watch display from the Storm Prediction Center
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Activity Chart


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


Shown below are various severe weather meters which shows what elements of severe weather are expected, along with a categorical risk meter. Next to these we also have our "new" Tornado Potential Index meter. This meter expresses the overall chances of having a tornado (of any intensity) occurring within 50 miles of a given location or point.

You can learn more about our new "tornado potential index" by clicking this link.

Current Categorical Outlook

Current Tornado Potential Index

Current Large Dimeter Hail Potnetial

Severe Weather Impacts

Current Damaging Wind Potential


Shown below is the current Doppler radar and GOES satellite information and data. All data and images are © 2018 SSEC in Madison Wisconsin, and UCAR Atomospheric Research in Boulder CO. Click the image of choice to see the latest loop data.



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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