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I’ve said it so many times on a lot of Ryan’s videos but last December 10th he saved me and my family’s life. He called out my hometown by name during his stream 40 minutes before my local meteorologists gave us any notice and 10 minutes after channel 3 gave us the warning, the sirens were going off but we were already in the next town over and luckily our house was missed. I’ll always be grateful for Ryan and the work he does.
Yes!! Same here. When hurricane Ida rolled through the northeast I was warning my friends in NJ about tornados going through and saved one of my friends
That was a terrible storm too
Not that any keyboard warrior's will change their mind but just a few months ago my local news station was saying we had a inbound tornado and I had Ryan's live stream going and two of his other storm tracker's and other meteorologist we're saying their wasn't a tornado and only me and one other person was asking what the deal was in the comments and he answered us and said we're okay, and could go to bed.So thankful, honestly thought we would get overlooked! Was so relieved!
@UCDZmjgk_uYDUeRZj91k9kHw feel free to explain. Or are you a "critical thinking" emoji user?
Ryan, you never have to apologize for taking breaks. We are blessed to have you at any time!!
We know who the teachers pet used to be...
Stay off Ryan’s 🌡
Maybe Ryan wss able to finish his Christmas shopping or put up his Christmas decorations.It is, after all, that time of year.
I appreciated the apology. I had no idea we were expecting so much rain this past Saturday in Phoenix
Y’all know y’all be kissing butt. He get paid for doing this stuff. Y’all acting like he on here just giving away his time free. Good lord
Unless you are well physically , psychologically and things are taken care of at home you can’t be at your best giving us a heads up on weather. We appreciate you immensely.
I heard that.
Well said.We all have heavy stress because of the time we live in.Breaks, rest, healing needed. Otherwise you can’t help yourself or anyone else if you burn out.Take care everyone!
Always makes my day when Ryan Hall Y'all alerts pop up on the phone!! It's like waiting for the next episode of a really good TV show!!!!
Same here 😁👍
@Imzadi I live in Iowa and one of the jobs I'm considering is meteorologist, so I usually welcome severe weather, unless it's too severe if you know what I mean lol
Thank you Ryan! I appreciate all these updates on both your channels. You and your team keep us in the know when we need it... Don't forget to take some time with your family. Bless you 🙏❤️
You sound like you're feeling better than you were at Thanksgiving. Really appreciate all you do to keep us aware of changing weather scenarios. Need a rain gauge instead of a y'all-o-meter here!
Thank you Ryan for the heads up. It help keep my family calm and at ease.
@Big GuyI’m prepared but still scared.🤣
@Big Guy so true.
Staying calm and at ease is in no one's hands but yours. Being prepared is the best piece of mind.
“It won’t be the end of the world “ as someone lost my home to the quad state tornado, it most definitely is pretty close to the end of the world to go through that.
Objects can be replaced but you can't....
Northeastern Kentucky here will definitely be following for updates. My storm anxiety is off the charts already.😅
Thank you for all this info and its all just there sitting on youtube for us to come and watch for free saving thousands of people from stressing and evacuations
Some of us been through so much, that even something good feels like a set up.
Hi, Ryan, thank you! I live in Kentucky & I pray we don’t have a repeat of last year!🙏🏻
Thank you Ryan!! Great job!! You take breaks whenever you can❤
Keep up the good work Ryan!
You rock, Ryan. Thank you for your good weather coverage.
Thank you as always and we know you needed a break after the long stream. We appreciate you very much and everyone needs a break to get well no apologies needed.
Goodness, no need for apologies-glad you are doing well! Thank you for all you do~❄️❄️❄️
If I can be 1/4 of the meteorologist you are, I'll be one happy potato. You are so cool and professional! God bless you, man.
Ryan you're awesome and the most dedicated person I've ever come across an truly hope to meet you one day because you truly care about ALL people across the country!! We are extremely BLESSED to have you and we loyals are so appreciative of ALL the work that goes into getting the word out about whatever weather is coming 💞🤗💞 Don't ever apologize for stepping away, you have to have a life with your precious family plus you simply can't be ON 24/7 indefinitely. You have to take care of yourself so you can continue to spread the word to take care of the rest of the country!!! YOU ROCK AND YOU'RE AMAZINGLY TALENTED AND ACCURATE AS IS ANDY. YOU HAVE SUCH A CORE GROUP OF TALENT AROUND YOU THAT Y'ALL ARE ABLE TO SAVE LIVES BECAUSE Y'ALL SEE THINGS AND WARN WAY BEFORE ANY OTHER WEATHER SOURCES. THAT'S WHY WE CHOOSE YOU AND THE Y'ALL SQUAD FOR ALL THINGS WEATHER!! THANKS RYAN 👍 WE ARE SO BLESSED TO HAVE YOU AND THE Y'ALL SQUAD TEAM 💞🤗💞🙏🙏🙏🙏
Looking forward to your updates! Thank you for all of your information!!!
Thanks for having a sense of humor. Positively loved the sound effects let me say my Soundsystem is pushing 2000 W per channel with three huge subwoofers in my listening room one minute and 44 seconds into this broadcast came a very cool sound effect, my subs rocked!!!!! Keep up the good work.
Thanks for the updates, you are a good person.
Pretty warm in Franklin, TN today, which is lovely… but I sure would love a break from severe weather, lol! 😅 We all appreciate you Ryan, never feel bad about taking a minute! ❤ I don’t comment enough, I’m going to try to get better at that, because I know how interaction helps KZclip videos, but I’ve been following you for weather for a while now, and you always bring me comfort - don’t be scared, be prepared is something I’ve now started saying to my own kids! Thanks for all that you do!
Howdy, from Franklin AR. Stay safe nieghbor.
I live in west Tennessee/ McKenzie TN and get notifications from him as soon as he puts a video up or gose live and I used to live in Maryland on the shore and was always watching the weather
Glad you had a break!!! You're an awesome weather guy!!!!
There is almost ALWAYS a storm on or about 12/10 in the Twin Cities area. I was surprised to not see this earlier!
thanks for providing the care for us viewers. i know the slogan is “don’t be scared, be prepared”, but i’m actually frightened about this storm. im only 13 and am interested in weather and have been watching you for a while now and it’s not likely you sound such speechless and it seems like my area, Indiana, is going to get hit hard and i just pray to God that he keeps us safe from this storm.
Floods are different my bad. Hope not.
No need to be frightened about a storm. They have occurred forever. Nothing new. They name them and pump fear nonstop. It's what all media and news outlets do.. hopefully your family will prepare and u can help them. Stock up on food water lantern fuel meds and batteries and such. It's common sense if people just think about what is most important when a big snowstorm is possible.. also this is days ahead. Many times they do not pan out. It's better to see where it's at 3-4 days tops from impact. Fear cannot rule our lives...
Get a boat
Dont apologize for being human. Thanks for all you do for us keeping us all as up to date as you do.
Ryan, I love watching your channel. You are the the only weather man I listen to and watch. Do me a favor. Switch all the snow north of us in southeast Missouri and bring it down our way. We want a white Christmas!! We don’t need another December 10th like last year. I only live about 30 miles from where the tornado went across interstate 55. That was too close for comfort. Anyway, keep doing what you do!! 😊❤
Thanks, Ryan. We are all glad you are taking good care of yourself and your family. You owe no apology for that ever. Even the best need to rest, and you are the best Weather Guy ever.
Ryan, please do a video sometime explaining how to use radar omega efficiently! It will be greatly appreciated!
Thanks for the head up on the chances of a big storm Ryan. It’s much better to be aware, so thanks again. I’ll be following your videos for further information on the weather. 👍🥰 Chris
Thanks for the update on this especially on the Ohio river valley. I work on the Ohio River.
You're my go to weather man. I have 49 guys depending on me calling off work or not. Drive time gets expensive if wrong call is made. Thanks for your help.
December tornado turned my truck in a 360 last year on the highway. Tornado sirens were going off all night. It was truly crazy.
You are appreciated! You deserve it tho Ryan.😉
Keep up the good work!
Thank you for telling all the good news as weather hope they get some good snow in South Dakota here
Thanks for the update Ryan!❤️ from Michigan
i am so grateful to have found your account, i have my boyfriend flying here in december and ofc i live in tornado ally (oklahoma) so you going ahead in timing is so helpful so thank you
Appreciate all you do!
Every presentation is spot-on! Thank you!
Thankyou for all you do. To keep us informed
I can't believe its been a year since I've been following you! I am grateful that I found your channel. I have sent many warnings out to family and friends. I enjoyed your drive in the snow last year. Very informative
Blame it on cern. Their speeding up time as we know it..
It’s been rainy and cloudy for days now here in East Tennessee and it looks like it’s keep on raining. I was praying for snow but now I’m just hoping to see a sunny day.
Love the updates, but more western US info would be awesome!
Love to watch your programs your weather I feel is the most accurate and I can say that I live in Nebraska the weather here is bipolar. So yeah I check you out your forecast The voice seem to be pretty well spot on good job I'll tell people about you and keep coming back.
RadarScope is also a great weather application. I use both RadarScope and radar omega and I love them both and both of them are extremely accurate. I will say radar omega has more detail and stuff like live storm chaser feeds and it’s a little easier to navigate but both are great.
great vid. keep up the good work! i love north Mi. in the winter!
Ryan, I am a new subscriber and live in my minivan in north Texas, thank you, you help me plan ahead. Godspeed.
As a person who uses radar omega it is actually really good it has everything very good app to see tornados
Doesn’t look too worrisome. Thanks for the update!
Love the videos brother. Got the notifications on!👊🏼
Thanks Ryan, we live in Tennessee and we are getting a lot of rain!!
Thanks for all you do....and remember to take care of you first 🙂
Hope you're feeling better. Have a little ones can wreak havoc on your immune system. Take care of yourself first.
I think it’s going to go deeper already watching this “cannon ball” as you rightfully put it in center many of the models runs and members show it gets more intense and go further south, and that means instead of going over the lakes it may march up the Ohio valley into the NE if it does that, It’s a low chance this far out but could happen as well
If I don't see you, I figure we're good! Enjoy the times when the weather isn't crazy.
Thanks Ryan! I sure hope Minne”snow”ta doesn’t get dumped on! My arthritis is good at letting me know snows coming before it gets here though.
Ryan my husband and I live in southern Ohio near Hamilton Ohio thanks for the updates on our weather as an Ohioan if you have a forecast for the area just wait 5min. And it can change.. 😂 seriously thank you for your eyes on our skies....
The one thing I don't like about December: All of the action has always been north or south of me. I still appreciate the weather updates though, it has definetely helped many people!
Lincoln NE went from expecting 1-3 inches of snow on Monday-Tuesday to freaking thunderstorms 🤯 what is going on??? This seems abnormal 🤔
Appreciate the warning for next week.Severe weather can surprise people in December in the South. Greetings from Chattanooga glad you’re feeling better.
4:36 exactly what i needed. no not the rock, the storm
Enjoy listening to your forecasts. Unfortunately, I don’t live in the middle of the US or the East. I live in the West. The Pacific Northwest to be specific. Can you recommend someone like you who does the weather for this part of the world??Please and thank you!
Thanks for the update and give us a heads-up on things
Thanks for all the info bro,,I trust you more then the weather channel,,Stay safe n have a happy holiday,,
Western NC here, love your channel you're my go to 👀 . Also happy to be unmentioned in the snow cast 😅 ... For now anyway
Hey Ryan you sound a little down this video .. make sure to take as much time for yourself as you do us. Thanks for everything you do
Definitely something to look out for that's for sure. Even though I live in SoCal, I'll still be paying attention to this forecast. Thank again, Ryan!
@Reiner just saying it could
@Anti Spiral Way to early to even say what this system is going to do.
This could be a December 10th situation but way more widespread but hopefully not I'm already getting some scary memories of Dec10th
God Bless you, Ryan Hall!! 😇🙏🙌😁
We love you Ryan 🥰 Hey, we need some Christmas trees behind you 😆👍🎄☃️
You nailed our first snow here in OH! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
This winter’s gonna be interesting. It’s only just started and already we’ve got cold waves and snow closing schools in PNW’s low elevations while reducing its highways to mere parking lots, supercells in the Deep South bringing tornadoes but also a much-needed boost to their river’s flow, Californians relieved to find lots of rain (which is already getting turned into lake-effect snow up in the sierra) and in the southwest, heavy showers right where Arizona and Utah need it most. But most of the Great Lakes are still in a longer-than-usual “third fall” season (they have 3 falls with gale-force winds, 4 arctic winters of which one has passed, a spring that comes and goes in between the last 3 of those winters before sticking around for either 2 days or 2 weeks and then 2 hellish summers with one of the aforementioned 3 falls in between)
Glad you’re feeling better & took time to decompress for a few 😊
Me again - thank u for mentioning rain in the west the other day. We didn’t get much but every drop helps. God bless ❤
I was in Cookeville Tennessee during Thanksgiving and from Cumberland down to Cookeville its been dry. The Obey river was down 15 to 20 ft below pool. They can use rain and several inches won't be bad unless it is heavy for an e tended time.
That next storm has almost the perfect negative tilt shape for a very active 2 days, maybe more. And I honestly think that we will see several very strong weather systems from now through the month of May. This past severe weather/tornado outbreak that we just seen last week was just an atmosphere primer for the string of multiple 🔄 L 's🔄 that will form over the four corners, Texas panhandle area, sweep down over the Arklatex, which some of these will merge with multiple 🔄L's🔄 coming from Canada as it crosses Iowa/ northern Missouri area. From 1900 - 2000 there was at least 1 to 2 decent winter/spring storm systems that would blanket the country from one coast to the next. With 1 major 🤘Banger!🤘 every 8-11 yrs. From 2000 - today it is like 4 decent weather makers with long dry spells between them, but still have that 1 major one every 10 yrs or so, but it's stronger systems. Then back to a dry spell again. I'm sure some of you get what I'm talking about. And I'm not saying those are the exact numbers, just explaining on average. Anyway, just gotta keep paying attention to the weather, and always have respect for the weather, and the forecasters. Just like Ryan says here. They know what they are doing with these forecast, and ol' Ryan Hall Y'all has you covered if it gets to much to bear lol.
@Reiner Agreed! I get what you're saying. Little more on the skeptical side of it. And I am too. I'm more less preparing for what may be on the horizon the coming years. And I wanna go back about mentioning that 15% is becoming more common. And yeah it is becoming more common. But there is also some really up to date technology that helps them to determine when to put those %'s out. So it's not hard to see why that's the case if you know how different the technology is from 5 yrs ago. They just sent up a new Geostationary GOES satellite that's going online next year. And they have been working on a new forecasting technology that has just about figured out and can pinpoint where a supercell is going to rapidly intensify and show whether or not a long track tornado is inevitable. Some of the studies have stated that on the occasions they used this technology, (2018) it was so on point where several supercell storms produced tornadoes, with using the HRRR 18 hr future radar. The problem is figuring out how to keep it consistent with the correct input that gets all the ingredients correct. Eventually they will get it to get within a more comfortable range to use this technology. I can't remember the name of the study. Look up "New technology that will predict tornadoes hours before one even forms." It's a really interesting thing to check out if you're a weather enthusiasts such as myself, it's pretty amazing!
@MetallicA AlabamA Apparently the spc has decided to put out 15% in the 5+ day more common now so it isn't as telling as it used to be, of course a 30% would be far more telling if they do happen to issue one for this event.
@ReinerHonestly I would say less than 50% chance. Several model runs have evened it out over the next several days. Last weeks severe storms had some mid layer issues, and the instability really didn't get past the I-20 corridor northward. But looking at the GFS/Euro/Oh Canada/ and the Brexit (the UKmet) models on the prospects on this storm, all have everything from the dew points in the 50°-60°F range, surface temps will be near 70°F with some near 80° F along the gulf coast w/some areas as far north as Tuscaloosa could hit record highs. The only thing that I've seen is will the main dynamics of this system stay more to the midwest, and there will be a pretty decent squall line that rolls through Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Louisiana, Bama, Geawguh, and the retirement home (Flo-Rider). I really don't think the negative tilt will be a big reason there will or won't be storms. I think it's gonna be the jet stream winds that are gonna be very strong. It will all change for sure, but for them to put out that 15% just like the last storm several days before. I think they see the same thing, but are being hesitant on whether or not they go 30% like the last one. Idk, Im not a degree wearing meteorologist, just a shade tree meteorologist lol. I just look at the models like they're a game that I play by guessing what the whether will be. But I really do feel like we are going to see several big systems this winter and spring. And Idk if you have watched any of the old coverage from the '93 March Storm of the Century, but I think we are due for a monster like that one. It will be 30 years ago this coming March. And that's about the time between generational storms.
Yeah but what's the chances it stays with that perfect negative tilt a whole week out?
Thank you Ryan! ☃️❄
You're my weather man, Ryan! So many times I don't have 20 minutes to watch weather. Love these shorter versions!
So far temps are just too darn warm. High of 61 tomorrow in Washington, DC. Appears that’ll get towards the mid 40s towards the holiday but that’s only around “normal”. The huge mass of cold air doesn’t seem to make it to the mid-Atlantic. Disappointing. Strange to see rain in Maine this time of year.
Thanks Ryan hope you feel better soon.
I think your videos are great. But it seems you never mention Utah. It's like we don't have weather lol Thank you!
We love you Ryan! Never apologize for taking a break, you’re only human. Thank you for everything you do! 💙
Biggest thing I noticed with that storm forecast to go through just before Christmas is the cold air it's brining with it. As someone who has lived in the Southeast most of my life it brings back memories of Christmas 1983. Sure hope it doesn't get that cold, that was some of the coldest temps this "good ole' boy" has ever experienced. Not the coldest, but pretty darn close.
Thank You for what you do.
Bomb cyclone. A couple of years ago, we had one in Colorado Springs. Just seeing the image of that was enough to make me quit my job delivering for Amazon prior to its arrival. They lost several vans in that storm. Bomb cyclone 🌀 gets my attention. Thanks for awesome break downs, you are a master of your craft
I hope it isn't like last year's outbreak and gets weaker as it crosses the country. I live in Nashville and that storm knocked out my power and tore part of my roof off. A sizable tree branch just missed my complex's electrical circuits (which is right below where my apartment is) and falling directly on top of my apartment by less than a foot, then the storms that came through New Year's Eve/Day knocked my power out again and tore off the gutter on my building, again, right on the corner where my apartment is. The year before, lightning struck my apartment! Hopefully, those three things met the quota for "things happen in threes" for me. Obviously, not terrible like what happened in Mayfield. I certainly felt extremely lucky that was the only damage and that I still had an apartment I could live in after it came through!
My grandma was born on January 24th 1937, high up inside the flooded county hospital, Kentucky side of the river just across from Cincinnati. They called it black Sunday. I have heard stories about it my whole life. They said all of northern Ky, Louisville, Ashland, the whole Ohio valley was under water. I was wondering not long ago what had caused that flood, in the winter time no less, so I looked it up and the answer is excessive rain over a period of weeks
Yeah as someone currently going to college in a climate like that in upstate new york it seems that most of the annual rain in the Great Lakes area is from summertime things like thunderstorms and hurricane remains and the 2 weeks of spring, in the area’s abnormally-long winters it just alternates between chilly clear skies and blizzards every other week. Damn, and the scariest thing is that could actually happen again even with all the dams and other flood-protective infrastructure there now
I live in Portsmouth, Ohio & all of our buildings that were standing in 1937 have the high water mark of the flood painted on the right front corner of the buildings as a marker to memorialize the flood.
I grew up in Louisville and heard about the ‘37 Flood or the Great Flood of ‘37 all my life as well. So many displaced families. They didn’t have shelters like today. Families took in whole families. Eventful era… Great Depression, Dust Bowl, Great Flood, WWII.
Graphics are amazing - but could the lines of isobars be a different colour from country borders? Sometimes is REALLY hard to know where your map is closing in on. Not a criticism - just a thought! ;-)
Wow. Yeah. One year since I was out by a campfire and got socked by that heavy wind and rain within minutes. We were getting alerts on phones state by state during the day that weather was coming, but it moved in sudden and hard. Hopefully this year's trip it's just showers.
There was a time in my career where I worked myself to an almost mental breakdown trying to be a hero. At a certain point, there will be a diminishing return on your quality of work no matter how many hours you put into it. You gotta respect yourself, your family, and recharge your batteries in order to keep your quality of work top notch. Thats easier said than done when KZclip rewards constant content uploads. I'd rather have one good Ryan Hall Y'all video than 10 bad ones.
Good job, Ryan!
Don’t apologize for taking a break! Everyone needs time to breathe and chill for awhile! Keep up the great work :D
Crazy times? Did I miss something?
The people who are going to make it through these crazy times re the ones who do just that.Take the time for yourself, family.It matters!
IT WOULD BE FREAKING HITTING DIRECTLY AT MY HOME TOWN!
Bruh, how does the strong storm system manage to form around and miss me 💀 I’m also in exceptional drought and need the precip.
Remembering Dec 15th, 3 tornadoes within 4 miles, the closest with a 1/4 mile of my house!
We all love you Ryan, Stay well!
@Steve Robinson so you not from Kentucky then stfu tough guy
@DJ we got them in Michigan stupid
@Steve Robinson if you not from Kentucky your Opinion is not valid like y'all never been through a Tornado before and it shows
Speak for yourself...he's a idiot
Ryan, I appreciate your videos but you never talk about the Rockies or west, I understand our population is low but we get hit hard by snow up here in the Rockies. Would be great to get some info from you!
What will happen where the low pressure is? I just want to know what might happen in Minnesota if there is going to be severe weather
I watched that storm destroy an Amazon warehouse in Granite City IL. If his live stream hadn't popped up on my phone when I got in my car good chance I would have been caught up in it.