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“Moderate” Risk of Severe Storms (4/8/15)

The Storm Prediction Center has just upgraded portions of southern Kansas and northern/western Oklahoma to a “Moderate” risk of severe weather today. Here is their words!

CONDITIONS MAY BECOME INCREASINGLY FAVORABLE FOR A FEW  
LONGER-LIVED...DISCRETE OR SEMI-DISCRETE SUPERCELLS THIS EVE THROUGH  
LATE TNGT NEAR AND ENE OF SFC WAVE TRACKING ENE ACROSS S CNTRL KS  
AND ADJACENT NRN OK/W CNTRL MO. GIVEN THAT THE LOW-LVL FLOW LIKELY  
WILL APPRECIABLY/STRENGTHEN GIVEN BOTH TIME OF DAY AND THE  
FAVORABLY-TIMED APPROACH OF BAJA JET MAX...THE CORRESPONDING  
INCREASE IN LOW-LVL HODOGRAPH LENGTH AND CURVATURE COULD YIELD AN  
ENHANCED RISK FOR A STRONG TORNADO OR TWO. MORE ISOLD TSTMS WITH A  
RISK FOR VERY LARGE HAIL AND A COUPLE TORNADOES ARE EXPECTED SSWD  
ALONG DRY LINE INTO W CNTRL TX.    

I am out chasing today and will provide updates later!

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Forecast Radar:

 

Target:

I am headed toward Enid, OK right now.

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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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