5/24/04: NOW: Oklahoma

Severe Tstorm Watch just issued for western OK. Hopefully the cells can move quickly east into a more favorable environment for tornadic activity.
 
Cells starting in NCentral OK

Looks to be some CU building in NCRTRL OK and SCTRL KA. 15 more minutes and I'll be on the move to see where they go. Nothing as specatucular as NE, but somthing to chase.
 
Looks like the dryline has already begun its retreat -- not good news for those of us in Norman who badly need the rain as this will most likely spell the end of the eastward strengthening of the cells.
 
2 reports of tornadoes in Oklahoma

0621 PM TORNADO ALFALFA 35.22N 98.61W
05/24/2004 CADDO OK BROADCAST MEDIA
BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN WITH ROOF DAMAGE REPORTED IN OR NEAR ALFALFA.
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0627 PM TORNADO 2 SE EAKLY 35.29N 98.53W
05/24/2004 CADDO OK BROADCAST MEDIA
BRIEF TORNADO TOUCHDOWN. TREE DAMAGE REPORTED.

Mike
 
Nice supercell west of Lawton right now. Classic appearance on radar with a big hook...probably high-based, however, given the temperature-dewpoint spread.
 
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