Severe T-Storms Across Parts Of W TX Sun!

Parts of this Outlook Area may be upgraded 
to a Moderate Risk Status tomorrow.
Valid At 6 PM MDT Sun May 22, 2011.
 Surface based cape values are forecast to exceed 3,000 j/kg across the 
Southeastern Permian Basin and Lower Trans Pecos 
The dryline is forecast to be located across the Permian
Basin tomorrow afternoon. Roughly along a Gail-Midland/Odessa-
Bakersfield-Sanderson line.

 Scattered severe thunderstorms will be possible along and east of the
 dryline tomorrow afternoon and evening. The best chances at this time
appear to be across the Southeastern Permian Basin,
and Lower Trans Pecos Region of West Texas.

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