From the SPC: DAY 2 CONVECTIVE OUTLOOK NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK 1255 AM CDT MON APR 25 2016 VALID 261200Z – 271200Z …THERE IS A MDT RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS PARTS OF SOUTHEAST NEB…CENTRAL/EASTERN KS INTO CENTRAL OK… …THERE IS AN ENH RISK OF SVR TSTMS ACROSS PARTS OF SOUTHERN NEB…CENTRAL/EASTERN KS…MUCH OF OK AND NORTH TX…… Read more →
(UPDATE: 10:00 AM) Latest models continue to show storms struggling to develop in the daytime heat on Saturday. That said, there are a few models that are changing their tune and coming around to the idea of storms firing along the Texas and Oklahoma border between Childress, Texas and Woodward, Oklahoma around 6 pm. If these storms fire, they would… Read more →
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma is watching parts of the Southern Plains and Great Plains for severe weather on Wednesday.
Right now, most computer weather models show modest instability, a weak cap, and adequate shear to support severe storms.
Here is a look at a breakdown of what the 12z NAM is showing for tomorrow. And a special thanks to TwisterData.com for the use of their maps.
Here is some video I shot on the tail end of the El Reno storm chase. I stayed at a very safe distance – as you can tell from the video – and only caught a couple of glimpses of the monster tornado.
After listening to radio reports and storm spotter chatter, I decided to err on the side of safety. So after a quick trip up the road to get a quick peek, I turned tail and headed south to shoot some video.