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Significant Severe Weather Possible Early Next Week/Texas-Oklahoma/Kansas April 8-9th

 
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
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Oh, please, please, please......keep the severe part and just send us the rain! South Plains.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


Oh, please, please, please......keep the severe part and just send us the rain! South Plains.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I hear ya!

Not looking forward ta this coming mon/tues at all...

Im in Kaufman co. Tx.
we picked up around 3 inches of rain and it was great without all the bad winds/hail etc.

This next round dont look so nice
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


Oh, please, please, please......keep the severe part and just send us the rain! South Plains.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I take it you've seen a few of those ternaders yourself?
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


Oh, please, please, please......keep the severe part and just send us the rain! South Plains.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I take it you've seen a few of those ternaders yourself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1217733


Only from a distance. I grew up on the Northern end of tornado alley. One skipped over our house and hit the next town up the road when I was a kid. We got dry-slotted from the last storm. Just got some drizzle and tumbleweeds.
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Re: Significant Severe Weather Possible Early Next Week/Texas-Oklahoma/Kansas April 8-9th
Great, I have huge trees in my backyard.

ANother joy of being a homeowner.

Watching your investment be shredded to pieces.
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Great, I have huge trees in my backyard.

ANother joy of being a homeowner.

Watching your investment be shredded to pieces.
 Quoting: Astral Goat


I was going to get my tomatoes this weekend, too. Guess I'll wait. Hope we don't get big hail.
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


Oh, please, please, please......keep the severe part and just send us the rain! South Plains.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I take it you've seen a few of those ternaders yourself?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1217733


Only from a distance. I grew up on the Northern end of tornado alley. One skipped over our house and hit the next town up the road when I was a kid. We got dry-slotted from the last storm. Just got some drizzle and tumbleweeds.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


I've heard they are some of the most beautiful and frightening things you could ever witness. as for me, the most i've seen is "god's fingers". oh and when the sky turns that wierd green. freaky.
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Re: Significant Severe Weather Possible Early Next Week/Texas-Oklahoma/Kansas April 8-9th
Spring has arrived
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Spring has arrived
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Yep, it surely has. We've already had enough dust.
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I have over 50 maters and 30 peppers in my greenhouse but cant plant them yet because of this crazy weather we have been having.
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I have over 50 maters and 30 peppers in my greenhouse but cant plant them yet because of this crazy weather we have been having.
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I want to build a little wood frame greenhouse on south side of house.

What do you think?
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I have over 50 maters and 30 peppers in my greenhouse but cant plant them yet because of this crazy weather we have been having.
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All I've got in so far are a couple of grapes, 7 raspberries, rhubarb and some hostas. I'm afraid we'll get one more freeze yet, so I'll hold off on the peas and such until next weekend, I think.
They also serve who stand and wait. John Milton
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809

Our weather man here in alabama is giving pre-warnings for us about these storms.
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We are expecting temps in 70's next week here in Maryland.

It is time to get all of your outdoor equipment in order for the coming storms.
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I have over 50 maters and 30 peppers in my greenhouse but cant plant them yet because of this crazy weather we have been having.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


I want to build a little wood frame greenhouse on south side of house.

What do you think?
 Quoting: Astral Goat


good idea,it dont take much for getting those seeds ta pop..thats all i really use my greenhouse for.

I have a big oak that blocks the sun from mid-day on so if i leave my plants in to long they get leggy.

I run a cheap heater for seeds ta pop from the heat and off to the front yard in planters until i till(all day sun)but when the temps are only getting into the low 50s its hard ta get anything growing.
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Tornado Alley looks like it will be finally waking up very soon. In fact, computer models have been consistently showing the potential for something significant beginning around the April 8th time-frame in the Southern Plains. Both the GFS and Euro computer models have been showing a longwave trough setting up to the west of the Plains and eject a series of shortwave troughs onto the Southern Plains and the South. Warm/moist air will stream north from the Gulf of Mexico with the return of Spring time weather across the south will occur over the weekend and into next week. This will mix with a developing surface low coming out of the Rocky Mountains could develop the risk for severe weather across tornado alley. We are becoming more confident that this will take place on April 8th and 9th across the Southern Plains, but it is still too early to define exactly where the biggest risk for severe weather will be. The general area will be from Texas to Kansas and eastward early next week.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809

Our weather man here in alabama is giving pre-warnings for us about these storms.
 Quoting: curiousleo74


You up around B-ham?
Im in texas but most of my family is around Birmingham and points N.East.

my sister and kids were caught in that twister that tore up and killed so many a couple years ago.
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I have over 50 maters and 30 peppers in my greenhouse but cant plant them yet because of this crazy weather we have been having.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


All I've got in so far are a couple of grapes, 7 raspberries, rhubarb and some hostas. I'm afraid we'll get one more freeze yet, so I'll hold off on the peas and such until next weekend, I think.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Been reading that Texas might get another front late next week as well,im waiting it out before i plant any maters or pepper but i did put in 2 more apple trees and another blackberry bush.
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I have over 50 maters and 30 peppers in my greenhouse but cant plant them yet because of this crazy weather we have been having.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


All I've got in so far are a couple of grapes, 7 raspberries, rhubarb and some hostas. I'm afraid we'll get one more freeze yet, so I'll hold off on the peas and such until next weekend, I think.
 Quoting: Texan Buckeye


Been reading that Texas might get another front late next week as well,im waiting it out before i plant any maters or pepper but i did put in 2 more apple trees and another blackberry bush.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37413809


Yeah, this freezing bullshit has been pissing me off.

Looks good from here on out in MD.
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Central Oklahoma here - I've seen some doozies!
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Central Oklahoma here - I've seen some doozies!
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come on! that's gotta be fake
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Central Oklahoma here - I've seen some doozies!
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LOL..
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Central Oklahoma here - I've seen some doozies!
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come on! that's gotta be fake
 Quoting: Astral Goat


Lol it was a goofup on the station's part but yeah, it was not photoshopped
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NWS FT.Worth finally has put their severe weather map up
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Ive been tracking this system through the models for days now. A lot can change in the next 48hrs but for sure a severe weather event will be realized mon/tues in the central conus.
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Looks like the panhandle and the south plains are going to be dry-slotted again.huffy
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Looks like the panhandle and the south plains are going to be dry-slotted again.huffy
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Maybe not,dont want any twisters though.
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Looks like the panhandle and the south plains are going to be dry-slotted again.huffy
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Maybe not,dont want any twisters though.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37522312


Me neither. Just want some rain west of Lubbock.
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