Good morning everyone, I just wanted to make a quick post to let everyone across the high plains know that severe weather is still a possibility Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
On the heels of what happened in Oklahoma City, I would stress that it is very – VERY – important to talk with your family and friends and have a plan.
Make preparations now so that you aren’t caught off-guard if something bad is to happen.
Enjoy today, Tuesday and Wednesday, folks, because by Thursday and into your Memorial Day weekend, things across the high plains, central plains and Midwest could get rather interesting. A Quick Breakdown Both the GFS computer weather model and the ECMWF are in decent agreement that a chance for showers and thunderstorms exists for the high plains and central plains by… Read more →
The latest 6z NAM computer weather model is showing an interesting scenario playing out in some of the western counties of Oklahoma and the eastern counties of the Texas panhandle. It’s showing dewpoints in the 60s. Yeah, 60s. I don’t recall the last time there were dewpoints in the 60s across the low-rolling plains of the Texas panhandle – save perhaps Childress… Read more →
For those of you who have been waiting for Summer to arrive, this week will be the first full dose of the “warm stuff” this season. For those of you who aren’t ready to let go of Spring, I have some good news there, too, we are still holding on to a few rain chances. For today, very sunny and… Read more →