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Paul Sherman

Chase Day 11 - Oklahoma & Texas

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Bonus chase day for the newbies and Tornado watch already issued for where we are.

 

Could be messy structures again, hopeful to grab a nado or two

 

Paul S

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Missing it already and I'm still sat in the hotel! What have you done to me! xD

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Tornado warned storm in sight!


Can't seem to get the stream running.

 

Running fine here Quentin, perhaps refresh the page to see if that helps.

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Stream is fantastic quality again, easily rivals the ones available on TVN.

 

Recent Mesoscale discussion

 

http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md0699.html

 

Conditional Tornado Risk

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TORNADO THREAT IS CONDITIONAL UPON WHETHER ANY STORMS THAT DEVELOP ALONG DRYLINE OR
LEE TROUGH CAN MOVE EWD AND INTERACT WITH MODIFYING BOUNDARY LAYER
IN VICINITY OF OUTFLOW BOUNDARY OVER THE SERN TX PANHANDLE AND
FARTHER SOUTH ACROSS ERN PORTIONS OF WRN TX

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Okay, so that's already elapsed...

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http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md0700.html

 

DISCUSSION...NUMEROUS STORMS CONTINUE DEVELOPING IN WARM SECTOR OVER
   NWRN TX AND NWD ALONG E-W ORIENTED QUASI-STATIONARY BOUNDARY LOCATED
   OVER SRN OK. THOUGH MID-LEVEL LAPSE RATES ARE WEAK...RICH LOW-LEVEL
   MOISTURE AND POCKETS OF DIABATIC WARMING HAVE RESULTED IN 1000-1500
   J/KG MLCAPE. ENVIRONMENT REMAINS FAVORABLE FOR LOW-LEVEL
   MESOCYCLONES AND TORNADOES OVER THIS REGION WHERE NEAR-SFC WINDS ARE
   BACKED TO SELY NEAR AND SOUTH OF THE BOUNDARY AND ALONG 40 KT SLY
   LLJ AXIS SUPPORTING 0-1 KM STORM RELATIVE HELICITY FROM 200-300
   M2/S2 BASED ON OBSERVED STORM MOTIONS.

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Looks very messy on radar - especially compared to last night. Any tornado likely to be rain wrapped

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Mind you - excellent couplet.

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Must be nippy looking at their attire

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Looks very messy on radar - especially compared to last night. Any tornado likely to be rain wrapped

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Yes, all the streams on this supercell looking uniform grey and very wet. With parts of Oklahoma already looking like seeing their wettest May on record, there most be a lot moisture in the air this year, making up for the drought they've had in this part of the southern Plains until recently.

Nice for the team to get in a drier spot now to see better what's going on!

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Misty eyes! That storm has a moderate couplet to 1.5deg, so not just at the base.
I wonder whether the cell moving into the south of Archer county is a bit cleaner and more likely in the next hour. Mind you, don't take my word for it - I had a habit of stopping for gas whilst tornados were on the ground!

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Yes, all the streams on this supercell looking uniform grey and very wet. With parts of Oklahoma already looking like seeing their wettest May on record, there most be a lot moisture in the air this year, making up for the drought they've had in this part of the southern Plains until recently.

Nice for the team to get in a drier spot now to see better what's going on!

Are the storms further south in clearer air such as the one west of Newcastle that is severely warned? Worth a try? (but no signature currently)

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Any chance you can turn the car so we can see what you are seeing, paul is smiling so something is going down.

Ta.

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Any chance you can turn the car so we can see what you are seeing, paul is smiling so something is going down.

Ta.

That couplet remains so always a chance that there is something worthwhile.

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Are they making a move for the cell thats just gone severe storm warned at Wichita Falls?

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is the stream off

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Its bobbing about..

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Are they making a move for the cell thats just gone severe storm warned at Wichita Falls?

a choice of two because that also has a couplet now.

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No warning as of yet but the E of Amarillo storm has some nice rotation on it,Wesley lugibob's lol.

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I see the team are close to the Oklahoma town Ryan... Thats where Chuck Norris was born..

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