STRONG STORMS ON EASTER
A few strong to severe storms are possible on Easter Sunday along a dryline from NW Texas into Western Oklahoma. It’s likely a couple of storms will be severe with large hail possible. As details become clearer, would not doubt if a slight risk area is introduced for large hail across some portions of the region.
The bottom graphic shows forecast rainfall totals for Sunday across the country. Areas with green shading have at least a slight chance of some rain.
It had been 188 days since Goodwell, OK had received more than a quarter-inch of rain in a day. Today, thanks to rain moving through the area, that streak has now been broken!
This was the end of our chase day on April 13, 2014, with absolutely stunning and beautiful storm structure near Marietta, OK along I-35 in south-central Oklahoma. Check out the latest on Southern Plains Weather: http://ift.tt/KCPXxq Follow us on Twitter: http://ift.tt/1hhb5Ei Like us on Facebook http://ift.tt/1fi1s4T **This video is not for rebroadcast and is only intended to be a demonstrative work, to obtain a license to broadcast please contact us via our website contact form: http://ift.tt/1dFLqFy
For anyone who might be curious, here’s both the radar and satellite loop from the April 13, 2014 severe weather event across Oklahoma. You can see the cold front advancing south and east and lighting up in a zipper like line all the way down it. Pretty cool to see from this vantage point and it was pretty cool to see in person.