Sunday, May 9, 2010

Potential for Significant Severe Weather Outbreak on Monday - Update 1

Surface moisture is beginning to make a move Northward in earnest.  This trend should increase overnight and early Monday.    

2133Z (4:33pm CDT) surface map depicting rough boundary of 60s-70s
dewpoints advancing Northward through Texas

SPC 3-Hour Dewpoint Change ending 21Z today (4pm CDT).

Meanwhile, thunderstorms continue to develop across NW Texas into parts of western Oklahoma on the nose of the incoming moisture and in an area of increasing lift:

2152Z (4:52pm CDT) Radar Image from OKC

It remains to be seen what, if any, effect this or other overnight activity could potentially have on tomorrow's severe weather outbreak...stay tuned!

(See my earlier post below for a more detailed discussion of tomorrow's potential for severe weather in OK and KS).

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