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Moderate Risk

March 19, 2012 North Texas Storm Chase

Back to back chase days following the successful chase in southwest Oklahoma the day before didn’t leave much time to rest. But with a ‘Moderate’ risk of severe weather and the target area very close to home, how could I not chase on my own home turf? No tornadoes occurred within north Texas on March [read more...]

Moderate risk of severe weather across entire DFW metroplex for Monday!

I will continue to keep these blog posts brief as it’s nearly 3am and I got back from a 15 hour storm chase only an hour ago.The entire region of north Texas including DFW is part of a Moderate risk of severe weather on Monday 3/19. The primary risk will be severe straight line winds, [read more...]

May 242011
Radar snaps from 3:22pm CDT

Storms have kicked up off the dryline in western Oklahoma and north west Texas. Storm movement is NE to ENE at 25-30 kts. Several rotating supercells have emerged over west central Oklahoma, while convection is just now beginning across north west Texas. Radar snap from Frederick, OK radar site at 3:22pm CDT. Radar snap from Vance AFB, [read more...]

Particularly Dangerous Situation (PDS) Tornado Watch issued

PDS Tornado Watch # 356 has been issued for all of central Oklahoma and parts of north central and north west Texas. Storm initiation is expected by 2 – 3pm CDT, and move ENE at 25-30kts. This means the DFW Metroplex and I-35 corridor is likely to be affected by 5-8pm CDT. URGENT – IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED [read more...]

Tornado outbreak expected Tuesday 5/24/11

The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK is forecasting a large tornado outbreak on Tuesday across much of Kansas, Oklahoma, and north Texas, including the DFW Metroplex. Very favorable conditions are coming into place for Tuesday afternoon to create a ‘classic plains tornadic outbreak’ as the SPC has mentioned. EDIT: The SPC has upgraded areas [read more...]

Update for severe storm risk on Sunday

A quick update here, the SPC has upgraded the outlook to a Moderate risk for northeast Oklahoma, through Chicago, into central Wisconsin. The DFW Metroplex still remains at a slight risk with our best severe risk being large hail. Storm timing is still set for the afternoon through evening. Keep watching the skies today Texans!

Saturday weather outlook - Storms possible in the evening

Hey everyone, looks like most of the day Saturday will be clear to partly cloudy skies and hot. At this time a Moderate severe storm risk has been issued for areas including the Texas panhandle and western Oklahoma. Current forecasts call for severe thunderstorms to develop from the Texas panhandle down to near Wichita Falls [read more...]

Wednesday weather outlook and beyond

Wednesday looks to be quite warm across the area with temps pushing into the uppers 80s to lower 90s. Humidity will be up with dew points near 70 as well so Wednesday will feel alot like Florida. Clouds should mostly burn off by afternoon and open the way to partly cloudy skies in the afternoon. [read more...]

Weather outlook the next few days

Here is our weather outlook for the next few days, into the weekend. Starting with Tuesday morning, we have a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms with the passage of a shortwave trough through the area. These are not anticipated to be severe at this time. These rain chances will end before late morning and [read more...]

Big severe weather day forecast for Frisco on Tuesday

The latest forecast from the SPC just came up and just like i thought, we got bumped up to a ‘Moderate’ risk for severe storms. This moderate risk zone is somewhat small too, and Frisco is included. Now most of you will probably cringe here, but all three severe weather types are forecast for these [read more...]

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