Scenario A quasi-zonal flow with a few embedded systems will keep the southern high plains active in the coming days. This will increase the “prospects for precip” in the coming week. In fact, a relatively, active pattern will emerge by Monday where the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles have a chance for moisture every other day. Right now, it appears that… Read more →
Just in case you were ready for the spring-like weather to continue, Mother Nature is here to remind you that it is still late January and early February. Across the southern high plains today, passing high clouds and intense west and southwest winds will push temperatures across west Texas and parts of Oklahoma into the 60s and 70s. Today there… Read more →
After an emergency appendectomy (sp?) I’m back in the saddle. So for those of you curious, “What happened to Nick?” I guess that is the answer.
Now that I’m back after two weeks of recovery, expect to see more weather breakdowns and videos!
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As the next cold front sets up to slam across the southern plains, it’s not to say that the computer weather models we depend on are failing us, it is just that they aren’t exactly giving us a high-degree of confidence.
Right now, of the dozen or so models that are available to see three to five days into the future, most them have a different idea as to how the airmasses will settle.
I’ll try to get a write up posted as soon as the models come to a consensus…