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!
I am headed toward Enid, OK right now.