The SPC has placed a portion of the panhandle, northwest and north central Texas under a 5% risk of Severe Weather tomorrow. While this is certainly less than their standard 15% risk which we normally see, it’s indicative that there exists a chance of some isolated strong to severe thunderstorms to develop during the afternoon and evening hours across the panhandle and northern parts of the state. The risk of strong to severe storms should not be much of a problem during the early part of the day when scattered light to moderate rain showers look to be the...Read More
Day: December 13, 2012
A fast moving storm system is expected to traverse across New Mexico then northeast across the panhandle on Friday. Widespread areas of showers and possibly a few storms are expected. Rainfall totals will not be great, but this will provide at least a little moisture for what vegetation remains. Hopefully this will help to snuff some of the high fire danger for a few days. Below are some graphics from the North American (NAM) Model to help visualize what the math thinks things will look like at the following times. As always, keep in mind this is just...Read More
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