Severe WX Multi-day Severe Weather Threat 3/12-3/14/2019 (3 Viewers)


Taylor Campbell

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There’s a large enhanced risk today for parts of southeastern New Mexico, and west central/southwest Texas. The threat then shifts eastward tomorrow, and Thursday into the MS River Valley, Southeast, and Ohio Valley with a slight risk.
 
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Local office is backing off the tornado threat for the 35 corridor. Said that the dynamics are better out west and the anticipated line of storms should arrive at dawn, the most stable time of day.
 

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Tornado warning just north of the NM/TX border (looks like the middle of nowhere thankfully). Of course the radar coverage in that area is terrible.
 
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IDK what is up with radar data so far this year. There was the Radarscope outage on Saturday, coupled with warnings from Shreveport not showing up on GR Level 3. Now today, warning polygons seem to still take an inordinately long time to display for me on GR Level 3, although they eventually do show up.

Whatever it is, hope it all gets resolved before prime chase season.
 

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This thing could not be more perfectly located to make it impossible to see with the radar. It's out of range of both of the radars in southeast NM and El Paso, and just barely within range of Odessa.
 
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This thing could not be more perfectly located to make it impossible to see with the radar. It's out of range of both of the radars in southeast NM and El Paso, and just barely within range of Odessa.
Yeah, although MAF is only seeing the midlevel meso at 13kft, the velocity signature there is consistent with past significant (EF3+) tornadic storms I've observed on radar at that distance.
 

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