Storms have developed along a dryline ahead of the cold front.

WE DO NOT WANT TO FREAK ANYONE OUT –

HOWEVER, the potential for a brief Tornado or two is possible with the strongest of these storms. 

Again- we are a place to learn- so let’s talk about why in November we could see a Tornado.

As we discussed in our previous post we have some low level Gulf moisture in place- we have a small amount of Cape -500 j/kg ( based on a 6 pm  balloon that was sent up from Dodge City NWS office) we have a trigger and we also have a Low Level jet that will be increasing very soon providing for a more bouyant airmass. 

There are currently NO WARNINGS- we have had a confirmed report of a 57mph wind gust just a few minutes ago at the Stanton County High School in Johnson KS.

  
We will watch these storms as they move East. Short term models show them falling apart around 3am around the US283 corridor.

  
Again, there is currently NO Watches or Warnings- that could change.

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