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Ask Dr. Bob: Seems most of the fronts/thunderstorms arrive in Tyler around 5:00am.

Posted/updated on: May 1, 2013 at 12:22 am

Ask Dr. Bob: Seems most of the fronts/thunderstorms arrive in Tyler around 5:00am.

ANSWER

No, Sir, not that I know of; the past several have, indeed, arrived at about that time; this is part of the reason why we’ve had very little severe weather thus far this season.
About the only thunderstorm pattern is that there does seem to be a worldwide thunderstorm maxima at about 2200 GMT each day–in other words, late-afternoon here.
By the way, it looks as Thursday morning’s front will be showing up right around daybreak.
RKP

Ask Dr. Bob


Ask Dr. Bob: Seems most of the fronts/thunderstorms arrive in Tyler around 5:00am.

Posted/updated on: May 1, 2013 at 12:22 am

Ask Dr. Bob: Seems most of the fronts/thunderstorms arrive in Tyler around 5:00am.

ANSWER

No, Sir, not that I know of; the past several have, indeed, arrived at about that time; this is part of the reason why we’ve had very little severe weather thus far this season.
About the only thunderstorm pattern is that there does seem to be a worldwide thunderstorm maxima at about 2200 GMT each day–in other words, late-afternoon here.
By the way, it looks as Thursday morning’s front will be showing up right around daybreak.
RKP

Ask Dr. Bob


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