Waking up this morning to what looks like another 3 days of slight risks on the high plains with today possibly being the highlight! I will definately be out this afternoon and live streaming the event on iMapTracker.
11am update: upper 60 Tds on the edge of CO with mid 60Tds into e CO. Cap looks breakable around Cheyenne, WY according to RUC. Convective temps of 80 F needed, already at mid 70s here. RUC breaks out precip around Cheyenne, WY at 21z.
...CENTRAL HIGH PLAINS INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS...
INCREASING UPSLOPE FLOW AND DESTABILIZATION SHOULD INCREASE STRONG
TO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ALONG THE FRONT RANGE OF THE CENTRAL ROCKIES
AND ADJACENT HIGH PLAINS DURING THE MID TO LATE AFTERNOON. DEEP
LAYER SHEAR WILL BE QUITE STRONG AND LIKELY SUPPORT A FEW SUPERCELLS
THROUGH THE EVENING...INCLUDING THE POTENTIAL FOR A TORNADO OR TWO.
HOWEVER...LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS WILL BE PRIMARY THREATS WITH
THE MORE ORGANIZED STORMS. ACTIVITY COULD BUILD UPSCALE INTO A MCS
OR NEW DEVELOPMENT MAY OCCUR EWD INTO THE CENTRAL PLAINS OVERNIGHT
WITH ADDITIONAL RISK OR LARGE HAIL/DAMAGING WINDS.
Also this is pretty darn cool - on March 7, 2009 I nabbed the first ever georeferenced live stream of a tornado for WDT on our iMapTracker - FULL STORY HERE!