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  1. #51

    Default Re: April 2020 - General Weather Discussion

    Boundary is completely lighting up now. Strongest cell in C OK is just west of Stillwater. That cell showing some rotation, so hail size will be increasing.

  2. #52

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    Don't want Hail. Damn!!!!

  3. #53

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    All storms along the line are now severe. Initial wind gust and damaging hail will be the main threats moving into Edmond/OKC at this time.

  4. #54

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    My (newish) car sits outside. We’re west of lake Hefner. I bought one of the silver blimp looking covers that inflate. I’ve put it on twice now. Tonight I’m glad I did. There was only a few minutes of marble with maybe a quarter here and there. Enough that my car would definitely have at least a couple good dings. Glad I believed the forecast. At 4:30ish I would have thought the thing was going to miss us.

  5. #55

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    Most of OKC is out of the woods now.

    Tomorrow will be nice temperatures, but strong NW wind will make it pretty annoying to be outside.

  6. #56

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    Thanks in advance to Anonymous and everyone else for the serve weather updates this time of year. This is my go to source for weather.

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    I got lucky in Mustang. Only got clipped by quarter size hail. They got much bigger a short distance away. I feel lucky.

  8. #58

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    Not a drop of rain at 89th and Sooner, south of Tinker.

  9. #59

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    Now that this is over, on to the next one? Any long-range outlooks available? Anything looking interesting for May? I know a lot of us could probably use the rain.

  10. #60

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    If the long range stuff isn't showing anything major than that is a good thing for May in Oklahoma I'd say. I like this trend of all the major stuff shifting eastward year after year. If that is the new norm then we should see tornado and severe storm numbers decrease in this locale.

  11. #61

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    Looking at long-range models. Nothing too striking sticks out. There may be a day or two of interest around May 8th, but again reliability falls drastically when you push 10 days+.

  12. #62

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous. View Post
    Looking at long-range models. Nothing too striking sticks out. There may be a day or two of interest around May 8th, but again reliability falls drastically when you push 10 days+.
    This is kind of reminiscent of last year. Cool April up until about mid-month. Limited severe weather season until late May followed by a deluge of rain. I wonder if we’re setting up for a similar pattern (maybe without the record rainfalls in June)?

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