(UPDATE 3:30PM) It looks like afternoon storm initiation is getting moving across parts of east Texas, southern Arkansas and northern Louisiana. We’ve decided to leave our tornado threat graphic alone today since it was issued at 6:00am. So far it is still holding true. (ORIGINAL 7:30AM) First, having a severe weather plan is important. Especially on days like today. And… Read more →
Alright, it looks like a video breakdown won’t be in the cards today, so a written summation will have to suffice. As I covered earlier, there is the threat for severe weather across sections of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas Saturday. If you are watching the skies closely and trying to decided to play a round of golf or have that… Read more →
Good morning / afternoon everyone. After taking another look at the latest model runs I’ve crafted a different area for where severe weather will be likely today. Notice that the threat shifted a little farther east and has been expanded. Also the tornado threat has been expanded and shifted east. Right now, the threat for EF-2 or greater tornadoes isn’t… Read more →
So far, so good. It looks like the forecast is verifying for the southern plains. While most of the severe weather is staying in east Texas, a solid soaking rain with strong-to-severe storms are rolling across parts of Oklahoma and north and west Texas. Even south central Kansas is getting into the act.
It will be interesting to see the rain totals from this round of rain.