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Tour 2 - Chase Day 8 (23/05/2019) - TX Panhandle, OK Panhandle, SW Kansas

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Hey guys,

Starting the thread for today. Another ENHANCED Risk and 10% hatched risk in the TX Panhandle today. Overnighted in Tulsa, OK last night after tornado warned storms and lightning photography until gone midnight! Headed Amarillo-ish way ready for storms firing off the dryline later! Should be good fun!

Pictures to follow!

Mike.

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Looking good - yet another moderate, you guys are spoiled on this tour 🙂

PVA not quite made it yet ahead of the short wave rotating into NM, but suspect it will be helping to lift the lid off in a few hours to make things go bang! 🙂

ESRH looking very healthy out there - might all go linear quickly again but when doesn't it these days.

Have fun! 🙂

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already lightning in those cells SW of Amarillo

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That cell near Black  is doing the business - game on!

(Vertically Integrated Liquid - GRL3)

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Are there problems with cold air wiping out these storms again ? Seems pretty darn cold otherside of the boundary .. 

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Some severe-warned storms forming and tracking NE along the frontal boundary over TX and OK Panhandles, just waiting for one of them to be tornado-warned

 

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36 minutes ago, Nick F said:

Some severe-warned storms forming and tracking NE along the frontal boundary over TX and OK Panhandles, just waiting for one of them to be tornado-warned

 

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cant be long with those wind fields!

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6 minutes ago, samadamsuk said:

cant be long with those wind fields!

Tornado warning on that supercell crossing over into Kansas from Oklahoma to east of Liberal

 

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12 minutes ago, Nick F said:

Tornado warning on that supercell crossing over into Kansas from Oklahoma to east of Liberal

 

Ah yep - I see it. Wondering if the boundary moved north across the OK panhandle - cant see it lasting long otherwise (?)

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another tor warned south or Spearman - deep rotation on that one - getting interesting out there!

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Been watching some weak ground circulations, likely due to convergence line, on storm near Pampa, TX on Matt Grantham's stream

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3 minutes ago, samadamsuk said:

Nice!. Check out Matt Salo https://www.severestudios.com/livechase/

 

pretty low base!

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5 minutes ago, Nick F said:

pretty low base!

That is pretty end of world... I think he's left his GPS tracker in OKC - that's where his position shows, so no idea which storm he's on!

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Scored a lovely Cone Tornado SW of Lipscombe today, am sure the lads will put some pictures up as soon as they wake up

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Well today was another long day but we were rewarded with a fairly nice Texas tornado. There was a chance for another tornado which was rain wrapped but did come out of the rain , just after we had moved to intercept another storm coming from the south. Our tornado was on the ground for about 5 to 10 minutes before it became rain wrapped. It was moving to the north east and so we tried another intercept as it crossed the road but had to retreat because it was still partially wrapped in rain. I saw it passing across the road through gaps in the rain, Ended the night in Woodward , Oklahoma. Photo of the tornado supplied by Martin Bunn.

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Quick edit of yesterdays cone tornado, which we when followed for quite a while with some awesome dirt roads next to the tornado!

 

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