Tuesday Severe Weather outlook

May 13, 2008 at 9:27 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
Risk Area:
All of North Texas, highest risk north of I-20 (see attachment)
 
Timing:
from 4pm to 8am
 
Main Threats:
Tornadoes, hail to golfball size, t-storm winds to 75mph
 
Summary:
Warm, humid air is in place over North TX.  Some low-grade thunderstorms are developing across the area, mainly south of I-20.  These storms are not expected to become severe.  By late afternoon, a dry line and cold front will approach North TX from the west.  Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop along the dry line and move eastward this evening.  By late tonight, a second round of heavy or severe storms could develop along the cold front NW of the metroplex, and move southeast into North TX around daybreak.  We could see two rounds of severe weather over the next 24 hours.
 
Watch/Warning chances:
severe t-storm/tornado watch
DMA:  80%
metro:  60%
severe t-storm warning
DMA:  90%
metro:  65%
tornado warning
DMA:  60%
metro:  35%
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  1. Wow. is this another killer tornado? Hope everyone should get ready with this one… 😦 Thanks for the update…


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