Three Days Of Severe Weather...Wednesday Could Get Ugly!




SPC Severe Weather Outlook Wednesday.

Additional maps and discussion-

Severe Weather Forecast Parameters @ Noon MDT Wednesday.

NAM Supercell Composite Forecast @ Noon MDT Wednesday.

NAM Fixed-Layer Significant Tornado Forecast @ Noon MDT Wednesday.

NAM 0-1 KM Forecast Helicity @ Noon MDT Wednesday.

Severe Weather Forecast Parameters @ 3 PM MDT Wednesday.

NAM Supercell Composite Forecast @ 3 PM MDT Wednesday.

NAM Fixed-Layer Significant Tornado Forecast @ 3 PM MDT Wednesday.

NAM 0-1 KM Forecast Helicity @ 3 PM MDT Wednesday.

Severe Weather Forecast Parameters @ 6 PM MDT Wednesday.

 NAM Supercell Composite Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Wednesday.

NAM Fixed-Layer Significant Tornado Forecast @ 6 PM MDT Wednesday.

NAM 0-1 KM Forecast Helicity @ 6 PM MDT Wednesday.

Blog updated at 11:05 AM MDT Monday, April 15, 2013.

Many favorable severe weather factors appear to be coming together for a significant outbreak of severe thunderstorms Wednesday. There remains some questions as to just exactly where the outbreak will occur, but generally speaking it initially will break across North Texas northward into Oklahoma. This area currently appears to be ground zero. This may change between now and Wednesday, but if I lived anywhere in these areas, Id be on my toes and very alert from today into Wednesday!

Click on these National Weather Service Web Page links for more info-

NWS Fort Worth, Texas

NWS Norman, Oklahoma

NWS Tulsa, Oklahoma

NWS Wichita, Kansas

NWS Springfield, Missouri 

NWS St Louis, Missouri

Storm Prediction Center Home Page

Additional National Weather Service Office Web Pages available by clicking on this map.

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Once again severe weather will break out today into Wednesday. Wednesday will likely have the highest chances of seeing a significant widespread severe weather outbreak from Central Texas northeastward to near the Chicago area. Very large hail, damaging thunderstorm wind gusts, and tornadoes will be a distinct possibility, but especially within the Moderate Risk shaded area.

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