04.06.10

Chase #3

Posted in Storm Chasing at 12:12 pm by Rebekah

Supercells are possible today in eastern Kansas and northern Oklahoma…the trough will be moving over Colorado/New Mexico today, and dewpoints along the dryline in central Oklahoma are forecast to be in the mid 60s through 00Z (7pm).  CAPE values of 1500 to 2000 are forecast in a narrow region along the dryline, and storm-relative helicity may be above 200 in central Oklahoma.  Models show precipitation breaking out by 5pm in eastern Kansas and northern Oklahoma…if storms remain discrete, large hail and a few tornadoes are possible.

Target area: Ponca City, Oklahoma towards possibly Bartlesville Oklahoma and northward into Kansas

Will be leaving around 2pm…

You can track me at Spotter Network once I am on the road.

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