Chase #26: On The Way To Kansas

Posted in Severe Weather Forecast, Storm Chasing at 11:46 am by Rebekah

Off on another September chase today. Eastern Kansas looks favorable for supercells with large hail and a few tornadoes. CAPE is high, shear is decent, lift is decent, and moisture is high. The low-level winds could be better (i.e., stronger and more backed), but it could turn out to be a good day for storms.

Target is around Emporia, Kansas, with adjustments possible to the east and either north (better shear north of the warm front) or south (possibly better lift near a surface low), as necessary.

SPC has a 5% risk of tornadoes and a 30% chance for large hail in eastern Kansas.

We’re on the road now, going up I-35 in northern Oklahoma. You can follow us at Green Sky Chaser or Spotter Network, and we’ll be streaming with ChaserTV (my ChaserTV page here).

For the latest updates from the road, check out Green Sky Chaser on Twitter.

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