Severe Weather
May 26, 2011

A nearly stationary frontal boundary was draped across western and northern New York State during the morning with several waves of low pressure traveling northeast along the front. In addition, a warm front moved northeast across the region Thursday morning ushering in a warm and unstable airmass. Round one of severe weather occurred when thunderstorms developed rapidly after 3 pm across the western Adirondacks. The another round of severe weather occurred when a large bowing segment from a mesoscale convection system moved across the area after 10 pm.

Local Storm Reports

SPC Severe Thunderstorm Event Page: May 26, 2011

Storm Reports May 26, 2011

Albany Upper Air Soundings
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ALY Upper Air Sounding
ALY Upper Air Sounding
ALY Upper Air Sounding

8 am EDT - Upper Air Maps
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925 mb - 8 am May 26, 2011
850 mb - 8 am May 26, 2011
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500 mb - 8 am May 26, 2011 250 mb - 8 am May 26, 2011

Surface Maps
Surface Map 8 pm May 25th, 2011
8 pm - May 25, 2011
Surface Map 10 pm May 25th, 2011
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Surface Map 1 am May 26th, 2011
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Surface Map 4 am May 26th, 2011
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Surface Map 7 am May 26th, 2011
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Surface Map 10 am May  26th, 2011
11 am - May 26, 2011

Surface Map May 26, 2011
Surface Map 8 am EDT May 26, 2011
500 mb Map May 26, 2011
500 mb Map 8 am EDT May 26, 2011