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Chase day 2 - enhanced Risk Kansas

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SPC have an enhanced risk for Sunday 8th May for Central/north OK and central KS. Not sure quite where T1 overnighted but think were aiming for  the SLGT risk in NE CO/NW KS should should be well placed for tomorrow without too much driving.

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Yep classic looking Denver Cyclone/DL set up with better moisture return. 

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Not a bad first day prospects for myself by the looks of it. Staying in Dallas tonight and then heading north in the morning, shouldn't be *that* far to drive.

Edited by Nick L

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Heading south and east from Colby soon targeting the Low and Dryline in SW Kansas today

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Quite like the area around Coldwater near the KS/OK line. Dp returns  not far off modelled at present and RAP fires a cell in this area at 21Z

 

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When is the stream up and running anybody know

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I think they're in a dead zone internet wise at the moment, but shouldn't be too long hopefully. 

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4 hours ago, Paul Sherman said:

You out this year Neil ?

Hi Paul and all your team and guests

Yep out 21st May to 2nd June with my youngest daughter along for the ride.

No doubt we'll bump into each other on some hail swept road somewhere.

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Them cells are firing up quick now,Neil,you wasn't far off(just south),good work:)

can't stay up though,up @ 5am:(

good luck guys.

Edited by Allseasons-si

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I'm guessing that was a hail core not a wedge tornado?? Lol

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Storm not far from the team over Ft Supply now, looking at recent analysis, surface winds more backed over NW Oklahoma and south central Kansas than further south along the dryline across SW Oklahoma where those supercells are, though storms down there will move into a better sheared environment further east.

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Very frustrating chase day today, Supercells kept splitting and never really rooted into the boundary layer, at times it was spinning like crazy and we hook sliced north of Alva which was a bit hairy but other than that not a great day hunting in NW Oklahoma today

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