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Lightning and a Rainbow behind the storm. May 8, 2015 — Velma, Oklahoma.
From our Josh Ward. This is one of the big problems and costs of flash flooding. Near Atwood, OK.
Tornado watch out for central and eastern Oklahoma until 9 PM this evening!
Weather watch possible across central OK and southern KS this afternoon. Large hail and damaging winds likely.
Bulky wall cloud has formed west of Bryson Texas.
Tornado threat raised by SPC in North Texas today! Pay attention to the weather if you live in North Texas! #FB
Well, these totals are only going to continue to rise today. Flooding concerns persist as drought ends.
SPC downgrades risk today to an an enhanced (3 of 5)...may be another downgrade later for parts of the enhanced.
On a day with too much convective overturning/stabilization limiting the threat -- you have more of the same.
Not the greatest edit, and will certainly get a proper one done...but sunset in Velma, OK behind the storm.
Awesome 12 hour rainfall totals. Drought takes another hit today!
Nice heavy core here at the secondary home fort in Velma-Alma.
Cloud bases are so low you can barely see anything..not an easy day to chase. S of quanah, tx
Really wrapping up southwest of Quanah Texas
Sitting in Walters, OK awaiting the main show today. Would be weather aware in the Red River Valley today!
Tornado watch number 143 is out for southwest Oklahoma and Northwest Texas.
Tornado watch coming soon for SW ok into nw tx.
Tornado watch 142 for the Texas Panhandle is out. Chance of a few tornadoes, with larger than baseball hail possible.
Storms firing SW of Lubbock attm. Will affect today for sure. Question is how much...
It's just one model but very impressive shear/instability combo in red river valley later today.
Tomorrow's risk areas outlined. Moderate much smaller/confined to SW ok.
HRRR picking up on subtle speed max right now. Really overwhelming warm sector, would greatly diminish severe chances
Depending on how storm evolution goes tomorrow, could be day three for multiple tornadoes in region.
Area of greatest tornado concern for N. TX before this supercell gets fully ingested in the line advancing east.