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  1. Finally a TOR watch issued for 8 counties in KS for the ongoing storms. 60/60 TOR probs.
  2. Someone who is a little smarter than me may be able to answer this. SPC mentioned in an earlier outlook about afternoon convection overturning the atmosphere that might lower the severe threat a bit later on. Is that valid for where the storms are occurring now or is there still plenty of time for the atmosphere to recharge?
  3. There was a report of a brief touchdown about 15 minutes ago east of Hays https://twitter.com/Levi__Ward/status/1397625402722562050?s=20
  4. Severe storm going up around Hays, KS already.
  5. I had noticed this as well as I live in far northern Kansas. Running the NAM Nest and HRRR through the morning there is about a 50/50 split in my area for a sigtor or 0 precip. at all in all of the runs. It will definitely be interesting to see how this plays out as it seems each model is different run to run.
  6. I live right in the middle of that. Went from a 2% 24 hours ago to 15% hatched. I will be sleeping in the storm cellar tonight.
  7. Colby skycam has a good view of possible TOR trying to form https://www.ksn.com/skyview/colby/
  8. Water rescues ongoing in Saline County here in KS. Just north of there in Bennington a weather station has measured 8" of rain since midnight. While we've been having a few storms every night with large hail the flooding is starting to steal the show. More rain forecast every day like this too until at least Friday.
  9. Indeed. And I probably won't have to go out and water the garden for a week or so
  10. Getting sick of these nocturnal storms here in KS. I have no interest in driving out to observe some HP messes after dark.
  11. 84 mph gust just recorded out of that storm
  12. Haven't seen any hail reports out of it other than 1" earlier but that thing has to be dropping some serious stones
  13. Looks like a semi in the ditch quite a ways from the interstate
  14. Looks like a new tornado trying to form N of Forreston, TX
  15. Seems like this is going to be one of these slow years then boom, 1 major event defines the whole season.