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  1. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    CAMs seem to be targeting a different area than the SPC
  2. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    Forbes and cantore were just discussing this on the weather channel, they are with you. That cell southwest of el reno, which i think chicago storm is on, is one that they said could cause "problems" as the LLJ intensifies. The problem with chasing that one is that it might not get its act together until it gets close to the metro area.
  3. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    Storms seem to really be struggling in Oklahoma, in terms of producing anything tornadic. Im really interested to see if the LLJ can change things like it did last night.
  4. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    TWC isn't even live right now. Incredible how far they have fallen.
  5. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    Saw a report that this was a mile wide. Not sure how reliable that is.
  6. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    Spc also dropped the mention of significant tornadoes tomorrow
  7. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    But it's ok for you to ignore the models that are more aggressive?
  8. MUWX

    Severe weather risk 4/30 - 5/3

    Seems like more of a D2 AFD than a D6, surprised this hasn't been discussed more on here.
  9. Storms around Kansas City all look interesting
  10. This i agree with. Not sure we need the 15% or the pds watch but this day definitely warrants more than 5% and it also needs to be hatched. It might not verify but the potential is there.
  11. Crazy day up here in mid Missouri. Off and on heavy snow. I would say visisibitly was under 100 yards a couple times. Ground temps are above 40, but it's been snowing hard enough to accumulate in places. Haven't seen it snow this hard since the 2013/2014 winter. Fun to see but if we're aren't going to get anything big, I'm ready for spring. Bring on the 70s and severe storms.
  12. Up here in Columbia it's been a roller coaster ride also. Temps up and down big time. This morning about 10 we were dropping quickly, got down to 34-35 on campus, then we warmed up to 37 for about 3 hours now we are back to in the 34-35 range. Short term models are concerning
  13. Sunday I was sitting at a 90% of snow for today, with 2-4 inches in the description. Now I'm at 30%, no accumulation, and I think that's too high. I would be shocked if I see flurries at this point.
  14. I feel you on this one. I'm not sure we are even going to see flakes on Columbia. The weekend storm looks interesting, but so did this one. Probably going to fall apart by Saturday night.
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