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  1. This just in: Reynolds Wolf is the worst phony to ever blather on TWC. Thankfully I taught my remote to automatically mute as soon as it recognizes his voice.
  2. Might explain why a poster called Laura a 'he' a few pages back.
  3. Looks like some bureaucratic idiot decided this would be a great day to eliminate the summary graphics on the front page of each NWS forecast office. Don't see any on Austin-SA, Houston, or DFW, despite potential severe weather today and more rounds this week. Those were quick, simple, easy, and very informative. Maybe similar is buried in one of their bazillion links, but I couldn't find any in a quick search. Just ridiculous. https://www.weather.gov/ewx/ And to be honest, lately several of the offices have been slow to update their forecasts. Things the local TV weather pages would be predicting that wouldn't show up on NWS local forecast pages until much later. Go to bed trusting the NWS forecast of no rain tomorrow while the TV mets were calling for it all day, only to wake up and NWS finally added it in. And always amusing to see things like the NWS page show current temp of 83 at 11am while the forecast continued to show high of 77 (and no front had passed that day.) NWS is turning into the Post Office.
  4. SPC upgraded today's Convective Outlook from marginal to slight in CenTex. Added a Tor Watch until 5pm.
  5. You can already see the lightning show from Fort Worth. 60+ miles away.
  6. Dueling 'news' rooms: (and check out that shadow) That was in response to ABC13 in Houston running with the EF-2 claim for a few hours now.
  7. 5 minutes of drone footage: https://www.click2houston.com/news/local/2020/04/23/aerials-drone-footage-from-onalaska-shows-the-trail-of-destruction-left-by-tornado-wednesday/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=snd&utm_content=kprc2
  8. I see that at 7:57pm the NWS extended until midnite the tor watch for several counties north of Houston, and now storms are developing over and east of Lake Livingston, just south of Onalaska. A second round possible?
  9. Less than 100 miles to Mississippi, ye of little faith.
  10. Looks like it, but we'll find out tomorrow that the levee broke, Shep.
  11. Not according to Google Maps traffic. It looks to have passed 1 to 1.5 miles north of town.
  12. ^^^^ No. And the storm southwest of Houston just got a tornado warning. Headed east towards W. Columbia. https://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=hgx&wwa=tornado warning
  13. The ol' Nacogdoches/Natchitoches conundrum. One, the other, or both?