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Found 2 results

  1. New thread as we already reached the 1000th post mark. Last chance of a winter for most of us? We'll see.
  2. Just figured I'd get a main thread going for the potential impacts of the remnants of Tropical Storm Odile on the Southern Plains to organize the discussion. So far, the Euro has backed off of its prolific rainfall totals (up to 17" SW of OKC) that it showed yesterday, but forecasts keep bouncing around a bit as is to be expected, with the GFS now shifting the swath of heaviest rain into northern OK from southern KS and the 84-hr NAM doing the same. WPC Discussion Threw this together from the GFS forecast PWAT and the climatological PWAT graph from OUN to demonstrate their point: Forecast Offices Graphics Norman Amarillo Drought Monitor And just for fun, a discussion from the Oklahoma State Climatologist of the heaviest rainfall events in Oklahoma history (all due to tropical remnants): http://ticker.mesonet.org/select.php?mo=09&da=16&yr=2014 This post has been promoted to an article
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