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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Lunchtime update

It looks as though the showers have begun to dissipate, and skies are clearing in the warm sector across central KS. There are also signs of a secondary area of low pressure developing across central KS. I'm already seeing signs that storms may initiate in central KS, NE in the next hour or so. Given the fact that the storms may fire off a little further west, the metro may not see severe weather until later in the evening.

The Storm Prediction Center has upgraded their HIGH risk to include all of eastern KS. They've also bumped up the hatched area (10% or greater possibility for a significant tornado within 25 miles) into NE KS.

As it stands right now, I'm planning on hooking up with my chasing partner, Jared Guyer, this afternoon.

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