Models are in agreement for a potential outbreak of tornadoes particularly on Monday and Tuesday across the states of Texas and Louisiana. The latter period also has the potential for a squall line to follow as this system winds up. Rich Gulf of Mexico moisture may be ejected into the developing system as it amplifies. Soundings in this region shows decent hodographs and with an upper trough in place, the development of discrete supercells are likely. Stay tuned for some action across this region.
Tweet Vote on HN Today we (Fredrick Muscat and I) started out early from North Platte and had to track […]
Tweet Vote on HN Congratulations to WIlloughby’s crew for that insane tornado. I am a little embarrassed to post these […]
Tweet Vote on HN Long drive from New Mexico. Starting the actual chase from Sidney Nebraska the chase zig-zagged across […]
Tweet Vote on HN This turned out to be a surprise event in northern Oklahoma! Beautiful deep layer shear type […]
Tweet Vote on HN A couple of the Phone pictures of the hailstones I could collect. The hail roar was […]