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We started out our day by driving to Omaha to pick up two friends at the airport. Then we drove south towards a boundary just above the I-70 corridor. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) had issued a pair of Enhanced … Continue reading
As expected, there weren’t any tornadoes yesterday to report. There was at least one severe thunderstorm warning (I saw it issued for eastern NM), but there was nothing noteworthy on the Storm Prediction Center reports page today.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a slight risk for today: Associated with this risk is a 2% tornado threat: I’m not anticipating much today, but figured I would do some analysis anyway. Right now, the dryline is much farther … Continue reading
Here is the radar loop from 5-30-12. Notice the big dead spot in NW OK. That’s where we were. We had debated going to Childress, TX, but didn’t in favor of what we perceived to be the higher tornado threat … Continue reading
We woke up in Lawton, OK to a moderate risk and 10% tornado ring for the NW part of OK and the SW part of KS: Looking at the soundings from Amarillo and Dodge City, respectively, both show adequate CAPE, … Continue reading
All three tornadoes reported yesterday were well over 300 miles from my target area. My target area was hit with a giant line, as the storms in this area quickly formed into a line due to extremely large forcing. All … Continue reading
All in Ohio, many miles from my target area….