May Discussion

Discussion in 'General Weather Discussion' started by Tyler Penland, May 1, 2017.

  1. Jason Ledbetter

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    NO NO NO NO!!!!
     
  2. ARCC

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    I had 38 on the truck just outside of Hollins.
     
  3. stormcentral

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    And the board died. Strong to severe storms have moved across Colorado this evening.

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  4. Tyler Penland

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    Been a bit hectic the last few days (my mom crushed a vertebrate and had surgery but is going much better), but managed some solid flizzards on Saturday morning up on the Parkway. Bottomed out at 36 that morning.

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    I been inactive for a while to. Been missing all the weather talk on here. Watching late this week for storms and flooding chances in the tennessee valley. First alert WX!

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  6. Isopycnic

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    Flying into Denver to connect with Seattle, and flew through a 70/40 tornado watch in New Mexico. Numerous supercells along the dryline right outside the window with an amazing lightning show, and according to SPC, some actually produced! Most interesting flight ever
     
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    0.53" with s lot of wind with that thunderstorm in Durham.
     
  10. warneagle

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    Think next Tuesday-Thursday is a high enough severe chance to merit a thread yet?
     
  11. Taylor Campbell

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    Yes, there's going to be a nice dry line event Tuesday. I've already submitted a storm chasing target for Lookout, OK.
     
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    10% hatched TOR
     
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    Looks like there's potential for strong tornadoes in western Oklahoma today.
     
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    SPC just pulled the trigger on a moderate risk.
     
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    I think that's the right call. 15% hatched TOR.
     
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    PDS watch is out.
     
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    Tornado watch also appears likely for Kansas.
     
  18. Taylor Campbell

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    Great model agreement for a string of supercells to develop along the dry line.
     
  19. Bama Ravens

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    High rain chances tomorrow/Sunday ruined my lake trip plans.

    Not sure how some people can wish for rain all of the time during the summer.
     

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