Friday, September 27, 2013

Spring-Like Severe Weather Threat Later Today...


A spring-like severe weather situation is expected to take shape later this afternoon and this evening across the Plains, including a threat for tornadoes.

Large hail and damaging winds can be expected with severe storms that fire from western Kansas into the Oklahoma and Texas panhandle region later today, and a few tornadoes are possible, especially within the green and brown shaded areas on the image above.

This is a situation where the highest tornado potential may not develop for 2-3 hours after storms initially form, so if you plan to attend a high school football game in the area this evening, be sure to dust off the severe weather alert app just in case, and keep an eye to the sky!

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1 comment:

Sondra Taylor said...

It is not so bad to look forward to a coll dry week, and to even get a few showers. The tornados are something that i can let pass. I even saw a few flakes of snow on the ground maybe last week. Winter can be fun sometimes...to bundle up in layers of clothes and make snow men with your kids in the snow. A lot of good ahead n the rough times to look at. If i can still make money in the snow and rain its a good time.
Sondra
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