Yesterday Eric, Joe and I chased down three waves of storms that went absolutely insane over the temperature boundary that setup early in the day along hw86 from Kiowa to Limon, CO. The first two waves intensified from crisp towers to monster mesos in just a few radar scans across the boundary.
Today the upper level trough pulls out into the plains in earnest causing lee cyclogenesis and a good fetch of 50s dewpoints into the ne corner of the state. Will be picking up Eric and 9am and Joe at 10 and then heading up I76 to an intial target of Big Springs, NE
- Dash and Cab cam live streaming at TornadoVideos.Net
- Scarecrow - up
- WW3 - up
- FM Blade 400 - up
- FM Trex 600 - down, motor arrived but no time to install.
SUGGEST SUPERCELLS WILL EASILY DEVELOP WITHIN STRONGLY SHEARED
ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERIZED BY SBCAPE VALUES ON THE ORDER OF 1500
J/KG. IT APPEARS SCATTERED SUPERCELLS WILL EVOLVE BY MID-LATE
AFTERNOON THEN SPREAD/DEVELOP EWD INTO SWRN NEB WHERE LOW LEVEL
SHEAR WILL BE MAXIMIZED. LARGE HAIL SHOULD ACCOMPANY MOST STORMS
THROUGH EARLY EVENING...AND WHERE DEW POINTS CAN HOLD IN THE 50S
THERE APPEARS TO BE A REASONABLE THREAT FOR AT LEAST A FEW