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Radar and satellite trends seem to agree with HRRR that most storms remain north and west of OKC/Moore/Norman areas for the next couple hours at least.

In fact most open warm sector storms look to be struggling right now minus the one north of El Reno.

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Waiting in Lawton and the LLJ is absolutely ripping right now. Getting intermittent sunshine as well.

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4 minutes ago, JakkelWx said:

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you did NOT just post that without saying what stream it is...

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4 minutes ago, WhiteoutWX said:

Radar and satellite trends seem to agree with HRRR that most storms remain north and west of OKC/Moore/Norman areas for the next couple hours at least.

In fact most open warm sector storms look to be struggling right now minus the one north of El Reno.

I noticed that. Maybe residual capping?

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1 minute ago, JC-CT said:

 

you did NOT just post that without saying what stream it is...

It's been deleted, my mistake

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Newest HRRR suggests little additional warm sector development and then upscale by 00z. Can't say I disagree looking at things at the moment. 

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24 minutes ago, buckeyefan1 said:

The next person claiming bust will spend the next few days in time out  :angry: 

 

Now.....back to your regular scheduled program  :)  

#1 rule of amwx is to not be mean to the storm..when will people learn?

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Rotating wall cloud and baseball sized hail with the Collingsworth county cell in the panhandle of Texas

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I think at this point the worst case scenario string of supercells through the OKC metro shown by the HRRR this morning isn't looking likely. Eventual upscale growth and training storms does have me concerned for flooding this evening though. 

Tornado threat looks maximized over western Oklahoma the next couple hours.

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