Thursday, May 9, 2013

Today's Severe Weather Outlook

There is a "bow echo" moving across eastern Oklahoma. It named after an archer's bow.
Bow echoes are associated with strong winds. It should weaken during the morning.

Today's severe weather outlook says no tornadoes but 58 mph or stronger wind gusts are possible in the areas shaded below with the 15% probability (yellow tinting) the significant threshold.

And, here is the forecast for hail1" in diameter. The hatched area is where stones greater than 2" in diameter are possible.

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