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Space Shuttle Endeavour launch forecast

Here’s the forecast for us Colonists, and I bring much better news. The horrible tornado week has finally come to a close. The final number of actual twisters for the month of April is up for debate; but it is at least 200+. I have chased tornado warnings down every day for the past 10 days, and I’m happy to say there wont be any today. Here’s what we will see:

A breezy day for the MW and SW. There are wind advisories for the Plains also, and the snow is cranking out in MT. A new shot of energy is rolling past the West coast and into the Rockies, so expect some showers and snow in NV, CO, UT, WY, and MT. I’ll have the forecast.

American Idol recap: So long 'jazzy carebear'

AJ is a floor director for HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade". She has been obsessed with this season of Idol, and takes notes to share with the Morning Express writers and producers. The opinions below are AJ’s alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the staff of "Morning Express with Robin Meade" or HLN. These are her impressions of last night:

American Idol

Larry King salutes the troops

This is a salute from Larry King whose special report, "Unthinkable: The Alzheimer’s Epidemic" airs Sunday at 8pm on our sister network, CNN.

Submit a salute of your own by visiting the special Morning Express with Robin Meade Salute To Troops assignment page at: iReport.com! Or create your own salute and send it off immediately at sendasalute.cnn.com

American Idol Recap: Kings (and Queens) of the Stage

AJ is a floor director for HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade". She has been obsessed with this season of Idol, and takes notes to share with the Morning Express writers and producers. The opinions below are AJ’s alone and do not necessarily reflect those of the staff of "Morning Express with Robin Meade" or HLN. These are her impressions of last night:

American Idol

Cool 3D map of the Royal Wedding Procession



Watch the wedding and get all the day's news with Robin Meade on HLN's "Morning Express with Robin Meade" Friday, April 29 from 6am till Noon.

"...strong, long-tracked tornadoes on the ground..."


Another day where the severe weather parameters are close to being off the charts. Today will feature two distinct rounds of severe weather: one this morning, and another one developing in the mid afternoon hours over the same region. Check out the High Risk Area from the Storm Prediction Center out of Norman:

April 21, 2011 NOAA Convective Outlook

Texas, Oklahoma & Arkansas – tornadoes, large hail will be a factor today


Today’s weather has more going on than a Linsday Lohan police file. The severe weather re-fires this afternoon, and in the same spots as yesterday. More energy is rounding a trough over the SW and edging through the MW and South, and that means another round of large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes. Check out the map:

April 21, 2011 NOAA Convective Outlook

Robin and Sanjay: 'Accent Health' behind the scenes

At your doc's office you may have seen CNN Chief Medical correspondent Sanjay Gupta & I doing segments together on the "Accent Health" channel. Well, if smiles are medicine, you should see what a pill it can be behind the scenes! See what happens in between takes here.

Salute to Troops from Dr. Oz

This is a salute from Dr. Mehmet Oz of the "The Dr. Oz Show" and "Ask Oprah's All Stars." He has a special message for all our service members and their families.

Submit a salute of your own by visiting the special Morning Express with Robin Meade Salute To Troops assignment page at: iReport.com! Or create your own salute and send it off immediately at sendasalute.cnn.com

Monday tornado 'danger zone'

Hide your kids, hide your wife, and hide your husbands because the last week of April is going to feature more severe weather, including strong tornadoes through Wednesday.

Here’s the setup: a powerful jet stream is dipping down into TX, and that is helping to transport energy through the MW and South. A developing storm over OK will also have a frontal boundary separating warm/humid air from cool/dry air, so storms are going to remain a constant in the area, check out the outlook map!

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