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BrandonC_TX

April 29-May 1 Severe Weather

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1 minute ago, Araqiel said:

That northern OK storm went full shitkicker mode at the drop of a hat.

Yeah hope the local people were on their toes and listening to the warnings.

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4 minutes ago, ct_yankee said:

That smaller cell up in Lenapah just produced a small tornado, watched it on live strem

 

Just saw that rotation pop up, near the northern end of the polygon too. Goes to show you have to respect the polygon.

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That PDS-warned storm looks a lot like a constructive interaction as the other storm approached from the south, more obvious on sat.

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The storms to the West of Okc appear to be trying to line out or at least taking that form. 

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On the Lenapah rotation warning: 

* At 304 PM CDT, a severe thunderstorm with strong low level rotation

  that could produce a tornado at any time was located 5 miles

  northeast of Lenapah, moving northeast at 30 mph.

 

Unusual wording?

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Just now, pbrussell said:

The storm around wagoner ok looks like it’s about to be a big problem

Just had a large tornado with that cell but no TW....they finally just issued it. 

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Just now, Araqiel said:

On the Lenapah rotation warning: 

* At 304 PM CDT, a severe thunderstorm with strong low level rotation

  that could produce a tornado at any time was located 5 miles

  northeast of Lenapah, moving northeast at 30 mph.

 

Unusual wording?

I've seen wording like that used from multiple offices, notably OUN and HUN. 

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Just now, Calderon said:

I've seen wording like that used from multiple offices, notably OUN and HUN. 

First I've noticed it, with the talk of other offices leaving out the 'capable of' line maybe I'm just paying more attention to that.

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Just now, SluggerWx said:

Cell just South/Southeast of Tahlequah, OK needs to be TOR warned.

Just did. Hard to keep up, every storm has rotation. 

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Just now, mob1 said:

Just did. Hard to keep up, every storm has rotation. 

Yeah things have ramped up considerably over the last hour.

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2 minutes ago, JMT417 said:

Now TOR warned

Given the radar hole this one is in, I would not be surprised if this one is producing. Pretty mean reflectivity scans on it

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Looking at a multi-hour radar mosaic loop its almost as if everything east of OKC took on a more eastward motion around 19:45Z.

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14 minutes ago, pbrussell said:

Given the radar hole this one is in, I would not be surprised if this one is producing. Pretty mean reflectivity scans on it

Very rough terrain there difficult to chase

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Just now, pbrussell said:

The storm around Springfield mo is the next one to go

Yep, tornado warning now up on that storm per Wunderground radar (sometimes that will show warnings before the NWS text comes out).

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