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MAY 20, 2019 High Risk

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Gotta imagine those cells down in Texas and entering SW ok are just getting started with the LLJ just getting ready to ramp up. Be alert. Silly for those calling the “bust” tag on it. 

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3 minutes ago, irishbri74 said:

Gotta imagine those cells down in Texas and entering SW ok are just getting started with the LLJ just getting ready to ramp up. Be alert. Silly for those calling the “bust” tag on it. 

Number of folks have forecasted this exact scenario, even implying that these would be the ones the ones that dropped the violent long trackers 

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1 minute ago, pbrussell said:

Number of folks have forecasted this exact scenario, even implying that these would be the ones the ones that dropped the violent long trackers 

Indeed. Think things peak here in the next 2-4 hours. 

Mangum storm possibly recycling and heading toward Granite

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1 minute ago, Chinook said:

Very distinctive tornado warned velocity couplet about 10 miles south of Odessa (Midland-Odessa radar is nearby)

TDS and a debris ball on it in reflectivity. 

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outflow boundary seen. now on OKC radar sagging SE...cold north winds behind it....Clinton now 59..the Mangum cell and the one behind it very close to it .  if it turns more  right it  may follow it and may go nuts....if it doesn't may spin up before becoming elevated

ditto for the cell west of Tulsa though its not as unstable there and looks more outlfowish

 remember the old runs of the NAM NEST that had some sagging boundary under cutting these cells?

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Regardless whether this turns out to be a bust or not, I really surprised at the lack of storm coverage that we’ve seen, one way or another I would’ve figured there would be more going on, tornadic or not.

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7 minutes ago, Wmsptwx said:

When, if ever will we see these storms lurch East instead of charging directly into the cold and stable air.

Thats the issue.... also there was supposed to be many discrete supercells over southern OK at this time in the open warm sector  that wouldn't have that problem 

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2 minutes ago, NorthArlington101 said:

Looks to be wrapping up N of Lone Wolf, OK.

Will be interesting to see if the merger will be destructive or not.

99.999% chance destructive interference coming in from that angle and at that intensity.

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