I discussed the potential for supercell storms in the immediate and surrounding OKC metro area on Facebook Live. You can watch the video below or read the summary.

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WEATHER FORECAST: THERE IS A CONDITIONAL RISK FOR SUPERCELL STORMS IN THE OKC METRO AREA TOMORROW AND OTHER PARTS OF C OK LATE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. A DRYLINE WILL SET UP JUST WEST OF TOWN AS A STORM SYSTEM APPROACHES FROM THE WEST. MODELS INDICATE A LAST MINUTE RUN OF DEEPER MOISTURE STREAMING INTO THE STATE DURING THE AFTERNOON. IF ENOUGH MOISTURE CAN RETURN, THE CAP WILL BREAK AFTER 5PM AND A COUPLE OF STORMS WILL DEVELOP. OTHERWISE STORMS SHOULD DEVELOP ALONG THE COLD FRONT STRETCHING FROM THE N END OF THE OKC METRO AREA NORTHWARD ALONG I-35 INTO KANSAS. THOSE STORMS HAVE A BETTER CHANCE AT FORMING AND WILL MOVE EAST. THE MAIN THREAT WITH WITH THOSE STORMS WILL BE HAIL AND WIND BUT CANNOT RULE OUT AN ISOLATED TORNADO. IF STORMS DEVELOP FARTHER SOUTH, THE TORNADO THREAT IS A LITTLE HIGHER THROUGH ABOUT 8PM.

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