The panorama below gives you an idea of how close the wall cloud came to the ground as its rotation tightened:
We traveled 366 miles yesterday on our chase, which took us from Woodward to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma:
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a HIGH Risk for severe weather tomorrow in Oklahoma and Kansas. We stayed in Oklahoma City last night, so we're not far from the action. There's a 30% tornado risk with this outlook, which is the first HIGH Risk of the year for the Plains.
Here's a snippet of the SPC's discussion for today:
VERY LARGE HAIL...DAMAGING WINDS...AND SEVERAL POTENTIALLY SIGNIFICANT TORNADOES APPEAR LIKELY AS THE STORMS INCREASE AND SPREAD ACROSS KS/OK INTO WRN AR AND THEN LATER INTO WRN MO.I'll have an update later this morning with the latest SPC severe weather outlook and a discussion on today's outbreak along with our target area.