Monthly Archives: April 2018

Forecast Update for Tuesday May 1st

The 18Z NAM has a very impressive forecast sounding/hodograph just east of the triple point Tuesday afternoon (18Z NAM forecast sounding above for area just east of the triple point). There is a little bit of CINH, but otherwise that … Continue reading

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Tuesday May 1st Tornado Forecast

Interesting setup continues to come together for Tuesday. My guess is we’ll break out of our tornado drought and see the first Kansas tornadoes of 2018. There are still a lot of uncertainties with he forecast. The location of surface … Continue reading

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Forecast Update for Wednesday May 2nd Tornado Threat

I was just glancing over model data this morning at work before I head out of town and the trend with the GFS over the last 24 hours is to improve directional shear for Wednesday, making the threat of tornadoes … Continue reading

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Extended Outlook for Tornadoes

It’s been a slow and depressing start to the 2018 tornado season if you’re a storm chaser. For Oklahoma, this will end up being the slowest start for tornado season in recorded history. For Kansas, it looks like it will … Continue reading

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