allaboutweather (allaboutweather) wrote in weathernerds,

Tornado outbreak

Oh wow... 2 moderate risks in a row on friday and saturday. Mainly western kansas and western oklahoma are in the crosshairs as an upper level low and associated trough farther west brings south to southeast SFC winds and winds out of the southwest in the upper levels. That combined with dewpoints in the upper 60s and a good amount of CAPE (albeit well to the east of the dryline) of 2500-3000 J/KG, it's looking like friday and saturday are becominh primed for a tornado outbreak. This is pretty much the best setup we've had so far this year and a far fetch from what's been happening much of the year.
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