A slow moving intense upper level system will move into eastern CO and west TX today with chances for tornadoes on the east side and up to 2 feet of snow on the west side! I will be leaving work at lunch today and heading out I-70 and positioning to catch any of the storms that are expected to form in mid-40 Tds in an arc from about Limon down to the OK panhandle.
The WRF simulated radar at 3pm MDT (21z) shows a nice arc of cells through central CO right at the apex of the current clear slot in southcentral CO - this will be my target. RUC shows the most CAPE up to 1000J/Kg2 in this area as well.
- Dash and Cockpit Cam - up
- WW3a live stream jet - up
- Live stream probe - up