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Severe WX Tuesday, April 30, 2019 Severe Threat (1 Viewer)


warneagle

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I figured an Enhanced Risk with a 10% hatched tornado area deserved a thread of its own, even if it’s a rather localized and conditional threat.

https://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/outlook/day1otlk.html (can’t post the images from my phone)

There’s a still good bit of model spread on this. The HRRR starts out with discrete supercells before some upscale growth, but the 3 km NAM just has a messy blob of convection from the start (sounds familiar).

EDIT: and right on cue, a couple of tornado warnings along the boundary. There are a couple of storms trying to get going in the open warm sector too.
 
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Brett Adair just had a large cone tornado on his stream near Sulphur, OK. Doesn't appear to have hit anything significant, thankfully.
 

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Confirmed tornado near Haskell, OK (southeast of Tulsa).


The storm near Ramona is very impressive as well. I’d be surprised if that wasn’t producing.
 

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TDS near Lenapah too, and a tornado on the ground near Wagoner as well according to KOTV. So three tornadoes on the ground and this is north of where the best environment is. If storms start popping further to the south...yikes.
 

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