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A Chase in the Panhandles Tomorrow?

In light of yesterday’s incredible tornado event in northern Illinois, I am certainly ready to get out there and see some more storms!

Tomorrow looks like a threat of severe weather across the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, into southwest Kansas.

I certainly don’t expect many tornadoes with relatively limited moisture, but with the elevation influences in the Texas Caprock Mountains, plus adequate shear for supercells and low level rotation being shown by the models, you never know! The LCL heights image below shows that they won’t be a problem! Regardless, the structure should just be phenomenal I would hope! I am ready to test out my new cameras!

Stay tuned to my weather wall and your local NWS to follow the threats!

NAM4 - SCP/Td Valid 7pm Saturday
NAM4 – SCP/Td Valid 7pm Saturday
NAM4 - 0-3KM EHI/Reflectivity Valid 7pm Saturday
NAM4 – 0-3KM EHI/Reflectivity Valid 7pm Saturday
NAM4 - Td/LCL Height Valid 7pm Saturday (4/11/15)
NAM4 – Td/LCL Height Valid 7pm Saturday (4/11/15)
SREF Significant Tornado Ingredients -- Valid 7pm Saturday (4/11/15)
SREF Significant Tornado Ingredients — Valid 7pm Saturday (4/11/15)
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Brandon Sullivan

I am an entrepreneur, meteorologist and storm chaser. I travel and take captivating photos and videos across the world. If I'm not chasing, I'm at the gym. All opinions are my own and do not represent my employers or investments.

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