Sunday, May 9, 2010
5/9 - 1pm CDT - Gearing Up for Tomorrow's KS/OK Oubreak
In any case, if the clouds and rain do manage to clear in time near the Oklahoma/Kansas border, I think we'll be chasing some very good storms tomorrow. The GFS and NAM computer models are indicating about the same numbers for shear, instability, and moisture as they were yesterday (see last blog post) with some minor alterations in location. Supercells that form tomorrow will be moving between 40 and 50 mph. That means we won't have a lot of time to stand around and watch the storms, but rather stay in the car and try to keep ahead of them. Here's hoping for a good chase tomorrow!