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Severe Weather for 4/19-4/23

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5 minutes ago, cheese007 said:

Looks like a funnel about to form on Brett's stream 

He is in a good spot. His stream could be fun to watch shortly 

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Just now, MUWX said:

 

He is in a good spot. His stream could be fun to watch shortly 

That cell is trying so, so hard 

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Just now, cheese007 said:

That cell is trying so, so hard 

Nice lowering on his stream 

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Just now, MUWX said:

Nice lowering on his stream 

Is that for the tornado warned storm or the one east of Bryan? 

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Funnel cloud reported near College Station. 

I was on that cell for a little. Think it was just scud. The cell really didn’t don anything all that interesting while I was watching it. Letting it go into the trees now.


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2 minutes ago, mob1 said:

Is that for the tornado warned storm or the one east of Bryan? 

I believe he is on the cell north of ardmore

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Just now, Wmsptwx said:

Seems like typical set up where cap holds on in DFW for sure.

Doesn't need to hold for much longer to spare DFW. Pete Delkus mentioned it was pretty thin in the latest sounding 

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I'm thinking tornadogenesis might be occurring near Pauls Valley, OK. That cell's riding a boundary.

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Just now, cheese007 said:

Doesn't need to hold for much longer to spare DFW. Pete Delkus mentioned it was pretty thin in the latest sounding 

And hopefully it does hold.  As I mentioned, those temperatures in central/eastern Tarrant and southernmost Denton counties do have me concerned about the cap breaking.  There are mid-80s temperatures just ahead of the dryline, and temperatures behind the dryline are in the upper-80s to around 90.

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3 hours ago, Bob's Burgers said:

Outflow boundary setting up near norman and sagging southward a bit. could modify over the next hour or two and make things get real interesting around the Katie-Norman area.

Theoretical target: Pauls Valley

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1 minute ago, OhioWX said:

I'm thinking tornadogenesis might be occurring near Pauls Valley, OK. That cell's riding a boundary.

Tornado warned. Wrapping up nicely

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Just now, MUWX said:

Is there a stream of this one anywhere? 

Reed and Brett have it though Brett has turned off his beacon so if you weren't already watching you can't see it 

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Just now, cheese007 said:

Reed and Brett have it though Brett has turned off his beacon so if you weren't already watching you can't see it 

Brett is back on, but i thought he was further south 

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1 minute ago, cheese007 said:

Can see why. Mean looking storm 

Good thing we're not seeing stuff like that here, hope I don't jinx it by saying that.

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