7/10/06 NOW: OK

SPC HVY RN MD 1472S/W trough coming in from the panhandles is helping to fire off numerous thunderstorms across the TX/OK panhandles and across a majority of Oklahoma into the Ozarks. The moist air at the surface (mid 60 dews) combined with the steep lapse rates is helping to quickly destablize that atmosphere across the region promoting some severe winds and hail in many of the cells. However, due to only modest shear, storms have only been low end severe threats.

Please see SPC MD 1468 and SPC MD 1471 for further details.

Update on the cells moving into N. OKC, Integris Baptist and NEWS9 tower cam both show rather noticeable shelf cloud coming into that part of the metro. Most of the cells

Integris Baptist city cam
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NEWS9 Tower Cam
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STORMS CAUSE DAMAGE IN THE METRO:
http://www.newsok.com/
If headline does not appear on websites front page go here:
http://www.newsok.com/article/1962407/?template=home/main
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photo from newsok.com frontpage

EDIT: These storms are beginning to train over locations that have already experienced storms today. As a result flooding is now becomming a threat as well. See SPC HVY RN MD 1472
 
here comes round 2 for Norman,

if its lightweight and not secured, its gone

WHOA NELLY


uhhh....umm.. it may not have to be lightweight... :mellow:

EDIT: NEWS9 reports 2 horses killed today in Hennessy by wind/hail

Check out the Purcell profiler at around 200mb..what you suppose is going on there?

 
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