Update: Monday Severe

We continue to monitor the threat closely for severe storms on Monday as the weather models are projecting this to be Oklahoma’s biggest chance for severe storms so far this year. The Storm Prediction Center has put the Northern part of the state under a MODERATE RISK for severe storms.

The weather models have not changed a whole lot in the path of the storm system since yesterday, though there are some small discrepancies with the exact track. One model takes it about 100 miles to the north of the other model. Either or, the atmosphere will produce the chance for severe storms.

Being located in “the warm sector” for Monday will mean that our weather will quickly warm up and thus, the atmosphere will have increasing amounts of instability. Here is how I see the state being divided when it comes to the severe storm chances. Earlier today, The Storm Prediction Center issued some strong wording that read like this

***SUPERCELLS WITH LONG-TRACK STRONG TORNADOES AND VERY LARGE HAIL
EXPECTED MONDAY LATE AFTN/EVENING ACROSS PARTS OF CNTRL/N OK…SE KS
AND SW MO***

The best chance for severe weather again will be in Northern Oklahoma with Oklahoma City being placed under a “good chance” for severe storms. The breakdown for storms will look like this:

Keep it tuned to KOCO. We’ll have all hands on deck here tomorrow..

-Damon

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One Response

  1. SPC just took the Moderate risk further south in their 12:30 Sunday Day 2 outlook

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