Monday, March 23, 2009

Kansas Moisture Return

Will be chasing central and southern Kansas today. Moisture is scaring me to death, but I can't resist the forecasted wind fields. Should storms manage to develop in the marginal moisture, they'll likely rapidly become supercells, with tornadoes a potential treat. Give me a solid 58F dewpoint and I'll be optimistic. Will likely start further north where convection has a better shot at initiation near the surface low, possibly near Salina. Then, should supercells develop along the dryline I'll continue to drop south to intercept.

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