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MODERATE RISK OF TORNADO OUTBREAK ISSUED FOR TODAY

A significant tornado threat is expected today as intense storms develop. This brings the threat of a few intense and strong long-track EF2-EF3+ tornadoes, with very large hail up to 3 inches in diameter, and damaging winds that some could be hurricane force across the southern and central Plains into the lower to mid Missouri Valley.

 

A regional severe-weather outbreak is expected from north TX across OK into KS with strong tornadoes, very large hail and damaging winds, all part of a long-duration threat.

 

The initial severe/tornado threat has already begun near Caprock from Lubbock to Childress - Despite the unusually early start, there will be the potential for embedded supercells capable of all hazards as the storms overspread western/northern OK into southern KS through midday.

 

A favorable environment will be in place for tornadic supercells, including the potential for long-track EF2-EF3+ tornadoes.  The significant tornado threat will be greatest if semi-discrete supercells can be maintained well into the afternoon/evening.  Very large hail up to 3 inches in diameter can also be expected with the more intense supercells.

 

The storm evolution has the potential to be a bit messy with multiple training/conjoined supercells, posing a relatively long-duration and repeat threat to areas within the training storm corridors across the central third of OK.

 

Damaging winds will become more probable with storm clustering, and there will likely be upscale growth into a larger QLCS this evening into tonight as the primary shortwave trough approaches from the west.  The potential for tornadoes with embedded circulation will continue into the overnight hours, along with damaging winds.


Photos of the suspect, Elias Huizar

(Source: OnSceneALERT)

 

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Incident Number

1-240427-2401

Alert Type

Public Safety Alert


Incident Type

Tornado Outbreak


Incident Occurred

April 27 2024


Alert Posted

April 27 2024


Location

United States

END OF ALERT

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