Sunday, May 31, 2009

Forecast: made: 5/30/09

June 1st: Northern TX panhandle near Perryington, NE CO still in the mix but threat of cold front chasing....although upslope against the front is possible before front passes....if so storm develps colliding with boundary with threat of landspouts Eastern CO
Northern TX panhandle show greater supercell threat with upper level winds entering from a short wave passing at both 300 & 500 mb

June 2nd: Northeastern NM into the TX panhandle near Dumas into Perryton show sign of cold front dipping into area. The front will enhance upslope in NM therefore storms will show a threat of hail with strong updrafts. Models show sign of retrograding shortwave over the TX panhandle giving indication of earlier initiation to move SE bordering OK/TX border near Red River

June 3rd: NE CO a pocket of moisture waiting for intiation on the front range, weak SE flow,
Shear looks good with full curl from the surface to 300mb

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