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  1. This wasn’t in the eyewall. It was over the delta (land) which caused it to get flagged
  2. Looks like the eye is circular now. Still not closed but now that it’s circular it should happen pretty soon.
  3. Still having mist in Wichita Falls. Cloud deck is pretty thick
  4. Isolated supercell about to cross into AL.
  5. That radar is far enough away for it to not be too useful. All you are seeing is the meso. Based on BMX, the tornado likely never handed off.
  6. I don’t think it has. It’s the same circulation. It’s just extremely close to the radar.
  7. I’m pretty sure it’s still a tornado. Based on radar I think it hasn’t lifted at all.
  8. https://twitter.com/ou_sams/status/1375202279641518082?s=21
  9. Western MS is rapidly clearing on satellite
  10. LCH 12z sounding is a classic loaded gun. Insane EML leads me to think today will be a very long day.
  11. I should have clarified more. The EML is not enough (at least on the soundings I’ve grabbed) to provide substantial capping. The EML isn’t quite warm enough at its base
  12. FWIW the whole SPC thing isn’t even meant for the general public at all. It’s guidance mainly for mets and to a lesser extent, emergency management (controls staffing levels). It wasn’t designed for general consumption but it’s gone that way over time. The good thing is that lots of TV mets use the 1-5 scale to communicate it.
  13. There’s a lack of an EML which is usually a sign for me of messy storm mode when it comes to Dixie. Don’t expect a D2 high.
  14. VBV shouldn’t be an issue. Slight VBV above 3km tends to be present on a lot of long track tornado days.
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