Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Big, Severe Storms Pound Oklahoma
Severe storms continue to pound central through northeast Oklahoma this evening. A large, high precipitation (lots of rain and hail), supercell thunderstorm is currently tracking East/Southeast at 25 to 30 mph to the West of Oklahoma City. This storm is producing hail up to the size of baseballs and we continue to monitor the Southwest portion of the storm for tornado development. Radar and spotters on the ground continue to indicate occasional rotation and a lowering "wall cloud" with this very dangerous storm.
Posted by Rob White at 8:19 PM