Monthly Archives: March 2017

//March

Severe Weather Returns to the Region Tomorrow

Severe weather is returning to the region tomorrow as a dryline sharpens up over the Texas/NM border up into Western Kansas. While a modest pool of moisture will reside east of the dryline, strong upper level lifting will contribute to thunderstorm development by late afternoon. […]

By | March 22nd, 2017|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

A Risk of Severe Weather Today in MO/AR, E KS and E OK

We wrote a bit ago about the slow ramp up to storm season, and here we are with our first risk day of March in the region. Today’s risk is centered across the Eastern areas of our region, and features a lot of the classic hallmarks of a severe weather day in the Southern Plains. [...]

By | March 6th, 2017|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

How You Can Get Started Storm Chasing…

This is one of the most popular questions we get in our e-mail inbox. Instead of answering these questions a different way each time, I’ll admit to being lazy and writing a quick blog post about it that we can link to. So hey, that’s why you are seeing this blog post today. […]

By | March 2nd, 2017|Storm Chase Topics|0 Comments