Very strong rotation continues to be indicated on a supercell thunderstorm just northwest of Ranger, TX. This dangerous storm is moving East at 20-25 mph. Below is the latest reflectivity (rain, hail) radar image of the storm:
I have noted the strong rotation on a copy of the same image below:
...and this rotation is confirmed by the velocity (wind speed & direction) image from the same radar:
Remember, when examining velocity imagery, red shows wind blowing away from the radar, while greens show wind blowing toward the radar. The radar is located off of the screen toward the bottom left corner of the image.
Very large hail (tennis ball size or larger) and a tornado are possible with this dangerous storm. If you live in Ranger (especially North of town), Strawn or Gordon, seek immediate tornado shelter!