Monday, November 16, 2015

7:40pm Great Plains Tornado Update

Here is the AccuWeather Regional Radar at 7:30pm. The black arrows indicate storms with tornadoes as of that time. Take special note of the storm in the northeast Texas Panhandle as it has been producing a mile-wide tornado. The image below, via Twitter, was the Pampa tornado at 7:24pm.

West of the isolated tornado-producing supercells is a rapidly developing squall line. Later this evening, it should swoop east and swallow the tornado-producing supercells at least in Kansas. In the meantime, the tornado risk is still significant (see posting below).

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