I wanted to share three things with you: updated graphics, the slides from today’s Media/EM briefing from NWS Dodge City, and my latest target thoughts.

Updated SPC Graphics

As I write this, the first Day 1 graphics for tomorrow’s risk are due from SPC in just a few hours. This is how the probabilities looked this evening:

Updated Risk Thoughts

These are my take on the risks, and are enhanced by one step from SPC due to the reasons NWS Dodge City upgraded their outlook today: the coverage of storms is expected to be isolated to scattered, not widespread enough to warrant an SPC ENHANCED risk. However, any storm that gets going will rapidly intensify and become severe, with ping pong ball-size and larger hail and strong tornadoes. There is a possibility of a long-track strong tornado, too.

NWS Dodge City EM/Media Briefing Slides

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Target Area

I will refine this over the next several hours, but I’m looking primarily inside the area outlined in yellow.