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Luisport

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Hey, Cowgirl. Watch out over there. The dry line is setting up here on I-27 AGAIN. Here's the link to the hazardous weather. Once again, we get FIRE WEATHER. huffy

[link to forecast.weather.gov] weather outlook

They don't think we'll get any of the snow that's forecasted for Tuesday, either. It's going to stay North of Plainview.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thanks Buckeye!

Here is a interesting link if you want to check out weather band radio broadcasts around the country.

[link to www.wunderground.com]
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Thanks. I don't remember if I gave you this site before, but the disussions will give you a heads-up for the winter weather coming later this week.

[link to www.storm2k.org]

Here's their Texas spring discussion. Not much on it yet, though.

[link to www.storm2k.org]

It's a good site for all weather discussion.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Heads up. This weekend: Slight severe potential in parts of Oklahoma, including some low-topped supercell potential in Eastern TX panhandle and N TX.


[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]


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If I remember right, you were on a thread last Spring and gave up to date posts about all the tornadoes that hit. Just wanted to give a shout out and say "Thank You" I live in Southeast Ok and appreciate all the work you have done. You were also very gracious to shills that badmouthed you and it was beyond kind of you :)
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That was refreshing! hf to you both
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Hey, Cowgirl. Watch out over there. The dry line is setting up here on I-27 AGAIN. Here's the link to the hazardous weather. Once again, we get FIRE WEATHER. huffy

[link to forecast.weather.gov] weather outlook

They don't think we'll get any of the snow that's forecasted for Tuesday, either. It's going to stay North of Plainview.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thanks Buckeye!

Here is a interesting link if you want to check out weather band radio broadcasts around the country.

[link to www.wunderground.com]
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Thanks. I don't remember if I gave you this site before, but the disussions will give you a heads-up for the winter weather coming later this week.

[link to www.storm2k.org]

Here's their Texas spring discussion. Not much on it yet, though.

[link to www.storm2k.org]

It's a good site for all weather discussion.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Thanks, its been bookmarked.

I like to keep an eye on where the storm chasers are sitting because they love to be in the middle of things. It's a pretty good indication as to where there might be some bad weather.

[link to imapweather.com]
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Heads up. This weekend: Slight severe potential in parts of Oklahoma, including some low-topped supercell potential in Eastern TX panhandle and N TX.


[link to www.spc.noaa.gov]


 Quoting: CowgirlK




If I remember right, you were on a thread last Spring and gave up to date posts about all the tornadoes that hit. Just wanted to give a shout out and say "Thank You" I live in Southeast Ok and appreciate all the work you have done. You were also very gracious to shills that badmouthed you and it was beyond kind of you :)
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Thank you for the kind words! hf

Everyone is focused on the East Coast weather and might not be paying attention to potential storms developing in other parts of the country.

I'm in North Texas and tend to old school weather watch by taking cues from nature. You can feel that something is brewing, skies are clouding, temps dropping and the wind is kicking up.
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Be safe, my friend. hf
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Lol you know us down in Oklahoma ain't scared of a little weather. What is it thunderstorms? Looks dark outside. BRING ON THE NADOS
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Thanks for the heads up guys. We need some rain in a bad way. Lets hope no twisters though.hf
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Did you see where they are right now? Over by Childress. The dry line is going to set up about there, like usual. We're having blue skies with just a little dust. Thankfully, the farmers have been sand-fighting and getting the fields ready for fertilizer, so not as much dust as we could get. Probably, should keep an eye on Wichita Falls down to Abilene for storm blow-ups. That should be about right, considering the low dewpoints we have right now.

It's fun to watch the storm chasers out here, before the storms fire up. It's kind of like watching them on Twister, sometimes! It's been a long time since we've seen a large number of chasers, though.

Thanks for the thread, my friend. I know my daughter, the weathertard, is going through "mommy can't go storm chasing anymore" withdrawal. Thank you Lord!
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Thanks Lani..I'm not too worried but when weather is forecast to kick up after dark it's a bit concerning for folks in the watch area.

I think we might be looking at a full week of some crazy weather. Eyes to the skies!
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So we're talking thunderstorms? Lol why would you make a thread about a thunderstorm.. in oklahoma.
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So we're talking thunderstorms? Lol why would you make a thread about a thunderstorm.. in oklahoma.
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Supercells possible with this front. Think Spring is early, again this year.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Shit up here in Tulsa spring never left, we had a couple days that were winterlike but other than that been fightin the rain
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So we're talking thunderstorms? Lol why would you make a thread about a thunderstorm.. in oklahoma.
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Supercells possible with this front. Think Spring is early, again this year.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I agree with that. It has been very mild here.
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Shit up here in Tulsa spring never left, we had a couple days that were winterlike but other than that been fightin the rain
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Aw, man...stop hoarding the rain, will ya!?! Out here in West Texas, we're drier than a popcorn fart. Even El Paso got more snow than we did on the South Plains.grumpy2
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.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY...

ABUNDANT GULF AND PACIFIC MOISTURE ALONG WITH INCREASING INSTABILITY
AND WIND SHEAR...AHEAD OF THE UPPER SYSTEM AND SURFACE FRONTAL
BOUNDARY...WILL YIELD A THREAT FOR STRONG TO SEVERE
THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS EAST TEXAS...NORTH LOUISIANA...AND SOUTHERN
ARKANSAS SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT. DAMAGING WINDS...LARGE HAIL AND
LOCALLY HEAVY RAIN WILL BE THE PRIMARY THREATS. ISOLATED
TORNADOES ALSO REMAIN A POSSIBILITY...PARTICULARLY OVER PORTIONS
OF NORTHCENTRAL LOUISIANA.
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Nemo, Orko, and three winter storms later by this time, and the last frame of the 12z GFS shows yet another winter storm developing. [link to raleighwx.americanwx.com]
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Shit up here in Tulsa spring never left, we had a couple days that were winterlike but other than that been fightin the rain
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Aw, man...stop hoarding the rain, will ya!?! Out here in West Texas, we're drier than a popcorn fart. Even El Paso got more snow than we did on the South Plains.grumpy2
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Yeah we got no snow at all. The past 5 winters have been crazy here though. From total white out ice conditions one year to not even a snowflake the next, I think we're outta winter officially though. It's startin to warm up
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TOMORROW:

MEANWHILE...THE AIR MASS WILL DESTABILIZE S OF THE WARM FRONT MAINLY
THROUGH THETA-E ADVECTION AS HEATING SHOULD BE QUITE LIMITED.
ALTHOUGH CAPPED EARLY...THE SLOW MOVEMENT OF THE COLD FRONT WILL
ALLOW THE MOIST BOUNDARY LAYER TO DEEPEN THROUGH THE DAY. STRONGLY
VEERING LOW LEVEL WINDS WILL BE FAVORABLE FOR TORNADIC
SUPERCELLS...AND THERE APPEARS TO BE A CORRIDOR OF MAXIMUM TORNADO
PROBABILITY FROM NERN LA INTO MUCH OF CNTRL MS...IMMEDIATELY S OF/OR
AHEAD OF THE POTENTIAL AR/NRN MS MCS. WITH LARGE LOOPING
HODOGRAPHS...A COUPLE STRONG TORNADOES COULD OCCUR. UNCERTAINTY
REGARDING SEVERE COVERAGE AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT ACTIVITY PRECLUDES
HIGHER OVERALL PROBABILITIES AT THIS TIME.
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western Texas gets it first.......... [link to www.srh.noaa.gov]
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[link to www.srh.weather.gov]

The front is moving through here. Scroll down a little to the weather stats. Third section. Check out the wind speeds. Dewpoints are higher than the forecast discussion thought they would be. Waiting for the afternoon update. I'm crossing my fingers for rain here, but, historically, I doubt west of Lubbock will see any today.
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Nemo, Orko, and three winter storms later by this time, and the last frame of the 12z GFS shows yet another winter storm developing. [link to raleighwx.americanwx.com]
 Quoting: Luisport


i confess that i'm a little confuse now...yeahsure
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No offense but it must be a really slow news day for us to be following a thread about thunderstorms.. Even with a lack of rain.
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Nemo, Orko, and three winter storms later by this time, and the last frame of the 12z GFS shows yet another winter storm developing. [link to raleighwx.americanwx.com]
 Quoting: Luisport


i confess that i'm a little confuse now...yeahsure
 Quoting: Luisport


That's a forecast model for the 25th. We're in for it this month, if the met guys are right.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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No offense but it must be a really slow news day for us to be following a thread about thunderstorms.. Even with a lack of rain.
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First possible super cell storms of the season. Also, remember super cells can, and do, spawn tornados. And, yeah...slow news day!LOL
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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it might stall out near you Jedkins............DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...SUNDAY THROUGH FRIDAY...
SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY CONDITIONS WILL PERSIST OVER THE PANHANDLE
WATERS INTO WELL INTO SUNDAY NIGHT. THERE IS ALSO A HIGH RISK FOR
RIP CURRENTS ON SUNDAY. A COLD FRONT WILL BRING ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS TO THE REGION ON MONDAY. A STRONG TO SEVERE STORM
CANNOT BE RULED OUT DEPENDING ON WHERE THE FRONT PULLS UP
STATIONARY. WIND FIELDS WOULD CERTAINLY SUPPORT THIS...BUT GULF
MOISTURE AND INSTABILITY MAY BE KEPT SOUTH OF THE AREA IF THE
FRONT SAGS TO THE COAST. LOW PRESSURE IS FORECAST TO DEVELOP ON
THE FRONT NEAR COASTAL LOUISIANA TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND THEN TRACK
ACROSS THE FORECAST AREA TUESDAY NIGHT. THIS SYSTEM HAS THE
POTENTIAL TO BRING HEAVY RAIN TO THE REGION TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY
NIGHT...IN ADDITION TO A FEW STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS.
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I cannot stress how crappy our weather coverage is for our area. 90% of the time, I'm not aware we are even supposed to have rain, they just don't care about our area. Too many people complained I guess when they would cut out their television for the weather. Thanks for the heads up, and I'll be keeping an eye out. I completed the storm spotter training last year, just to learn more about what to look for.
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No offense but it must be a really slow news day for us to be following a thread about thunderstorms.. Even with a lack of rain.
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First possible super cell storms of the season. Also, remember super cells can, and do, spawn tornados. And, yeah...slow news day!LOL
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Lol alrite for most people I guess there's a slight doom aspect. I'm just used to tornadoes. Man people in Cali FREAK OUT about our thunderstorms and tornadoes like most oklahomas probably would if they felt a 7.0
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No offense but it must be a really slow news day for us to be following a thread about thunderstorms.. Even with a lack of rain.
 Quoting: aliensbro


First possible super cell storms of the season. Also, remember super cells can, and do, spawn tornados. And, yeah...slow news day!LOL
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Lol alrite for most people I guess there's a slight doom aspect. I'm just used to tornadoes. Man people in Cali FREAK OUT about our thunderstorms and tornadoes like most oklahomas probably would if they felt a 7.0
 Quoting: aliensbro


It's hardly rained out here for 2, going on 3 straight years. For me, it's not so much doom, it's hope. Watching weather trends has become more of a necessity out here. It's just a matter of time before more wells start drying up.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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No way we could develop a system to clean salt water and fill the wells of a state on the coast, that would be to effecient. Lol. 3 years of literally no rain is drought I have not yet witnessed. I'd be hopin for rain to the ecosystem around there must be dwindling
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My tornado shelter is filled with scorpions dont know how they keep getting in it suppose to be sealed air tight so I hope we dont get any tornado soon or we will be getting the shit stung out of us

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