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One severe storm with large hail in S. Kansas. Generally storms have been failing to organize thus far, but watching closely!
What a satellite presentation over the S Plains today.
Been an interesting early afternoon watching small cells with small areas of rotation on the OK/KS border. Only brief organization though.
System emerging onto the plains has a pretty incredible satellite presentation this morning…
Big, dynamic system emerging onto the Plains today. Watching potential for storms on N OK and KS down into E OK today. Severe wx possible.
Thinking Pretty similar on tomorrow. Some severe risk in KS and another with a strengthening line of storms in E OK into AR. Watching both!
Expecting a good soaker this week around midweek. Most of the totals locally here will fall Wed-ish.
Strong high-based thunderstorm near Scott City, KS #kswx
Storms firing in the Texas Panhandle currently in ~45 dewpoint air. T/TD Spreads around 40 mean they're very high based.
Watching for some signs of thunderstorm development later today across the Panhandles into SW KS. Will likely be after 5 for storm time.
Big slight risk area from Kansas to Texas today. Damaging winds and large hail the big threats with storms late afternoon-evening.
Not a positive signal from the overnight NAM on moisture for Sunday. You tend to look for dewpoints much higher for bigger severe wx.
Friday: A couple of intriguing possibilities for chasing. Watching both closely. Hail, damaging winds, low tornado risk in both.
That won't be getting it done on Sunday if dews actually look like that at 7am Sunday morning. Something to watch.
Severe Weather Returns to the Region Tomorrow tornadotitans.com/severe-weather…
Friday: Big line pushing east much of the afternoon with damaging winds and some low tornado potential. Also storms nearer to the low in KS.
Tomorrow: Dryline sharpening up on TX/NM border. Storms firing late afternoon or so with dmg winds/large hail the threats.
Sundays risk depends on moisture return. Shear is highly suggestive of supercells with severe weather...tornado threat would be there too.
Severe risks in the region Thursday (Panhandle) and Friday (E parts of area). Large hail/dmg winds big threat, tornado threat very low.
Save us Sunday, you're a storm chaser's only hope.
Storm Anatomy 101 - Diagramming a Sunset Supercell in Kansas: youtu.be/rkzDPlzNbuM?a via @YouTube
Some storms from N of Snyder, TX to W of Abilene and NW of San Angelo, TX. One actually severe. Hi there Spring!
Lots of lift with Virga falling from mid level showers this afternoon over #OKC. And hey it feels great outside!
Pair of risks in the region. Marginal risk over the high Plains Thu and a 15% risk area outlined on Friday in the E parts of the region.
 
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