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The April 1, 2024 Severe Weather Outbreak, As It Happened...

Apr 02, 2024
Ok test test one two3 How does the audio sound? Let me know what it all looks like and what it all sounds like as we jump right into today's coverage of a massive,

severe

weather

outbreak

that's about to hit parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas, um. Illinois, Indiana, a little bit of Ohio and Kentucky, a little bit of everywhere, are being hit by

severe

weather

over the next few days today. Our primary focus will probably be a lot of severe storm warnings, significant severe storms. Warnings maybe even some destructive severe storm warnings. Very large hail is possible today, especially in points from Missouri southward toward Oklahoma.
the april 1 2024 severe weather outbreak as it happened
We have the very real risk of some tornadoes. Also today. I think that threat will increase a little bit. a little bit later tonight, um, but we're going to be here for a while covering a wide range of severe weather conditions for all of these places, let me show you the graph, um, so we're all on the same page, you know what we're ? Looking here, this is the latest Outlook, the last day of the Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center, we have 3 million people under moderate risk which includes Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Norman, wiah Falls, lton, um, and then we have 21 million of people. under increased risk of severe weather from Dallas to St Louis to Cincinnati, the red area here in Oklahoma, that's our moderate risk, it's driven by hail, so we have a very high chance of hail damage here in Oklahoma.
the april 1 2024 severe weather outbreak as it happened

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the april 1 2024 severe weather outbreak as it happened...

City and Tulsa, we're talking about a baseball-sized inferno, maybe even bigger in some of these areas and we're already starting to see some of those storms pop up here in northern Oklahoma, we have plenty of warnings of considerable severe storms. It's already in effect, in fact, uh Fiser County Jones County, Texas, this is in Texas, in Taylor County, Texas, you're under a significant severe thunderstorm warning, but here in Oklahoma, Noble County is under a significant severe thunderstorm warning, uh, we have uh inches and 3/4 inches and 3/4 of hail, fallen up there and that's probably going to cause some problems in the very near future as these storms are only going to be bigger and they're just going to In my opinion, I'm starting to produce bigger hail as we go through the afternoon, so if I'm downstream here in Fairfax, all the way up there, towards Kany, Bartlesville, any of these places along the northeast side of Oklahoma, next to On the southeast side of Kansas, these storms are about to cause big problems in terms of hail.
the april 1 2024 severe weather outbreak as it happened
We also have some large hail here in Texas preparing to move into Abene. Getting ready to move to places like Albany, Texas, these are. falling very, very large hail and also some very strong winds associated with these 70 mph winds, uh, coming out of Ansen towards Albany, Texas right now, so we are in the beginning stages of what will probably become an

outbreak

massive severe climate. today um and we expect more of these storms to move towards Witchita Falls Ardmore Oklahoma mallister M Mogi Tulsa Claremore Bartlesville uh all of these places in Oklahoma including OKC uh you guys are under a moderate risk of severe weather today driven primarily by hail take our chances now, one other thing What we have to worry about here is damaging winds, we have damaging straight line winds possible for almost everyone in any of these risk areas tonight, but we also have a pretty significant tornado risk.
the april 1 2024 severe weather outbreak as it happened
The Storm Prediction Center has posted a 10% tornado risk for an extremely large area. Let me show you that yes, almost 9 million people in that 10% tornado zone, Oklahoma City is included in Tulsa St Louis St um Springfield uh Missouri. even included in that, so St. Louis, you guys are under pressure for some possible tornado activity later tonight, Jefferson City, Springfield, fville, Arkansas, is even involved in that, so all the yellow areas there have a 10% chance of seeing a tornado within 25 miles of any given point in that area and then the shaded risk, the dotted lines there indicate that the damage from said tornadoes could be quite significant, potentially the ef2 damage is higher for some because of some of these tornadoes so uh that's what we're talking about today uh again we're in the early stages of this we don't have any tornado warnings we still don't have I think the biggest hail report that we've ever had. we have received so far. it's a report of 2 inch hail which is crazy because again we're in the early stages of this we're only going to see bigger hail as time goes on but that's the outlook for today but right now, before we get into the weeds of really covering all of these storms individually today.
I also want to talk about tomorrow's outlook because I know there are a lot of people here who are worried about that and are probably asking questions about it. We're going to play this so much. as we can today, but remember we have a severe weather situation in Ono, we have to focus all our energy on what is happening today, but tomorrow we will be back here with you, okay, because we have a moderate risk of severe weather tomorrow too further east, in fact, a good part of Ohio is included in this Columbus to Cincinnati. In fact, Cincinnati, you're under a severe thunderstorm warning right now, just south of the city. diameter.
There may be 60 mph winds moving towards Florence and Independence, this is around the airport so be prepared for that, near Florence and Independence and even towards Taylor Mill, okay that's happening right? Now and by the way, we're going to see a lot of storms today along the Ohio River Valley, along the warm front, they'll probably bring some hail, some wind, actually there's also a tornado threat with some of these storms, but the Big Show, the big problem is okay as far as severe weather goes, it's not until tomorrow and that's what we're talking about with this big moderate risk.
It is a very rare situation where we have a moderate risk of severe weather on the second day. Outlook that means there is very high confidence that we are going to see severe weather and this is driven by the risk of tornadoes, so we have a 15% risk of tornadoes already tomorrow in these parts of Ohio, let me. show you that, let me switch to that graph, uh, tornado risk for day two, 7 million people in the rich 15%, uh, sorry, 15% risk and then we have a 10% risk that goes from Cleveland all the way. It goes down to Birmingham um and then the shaded area goes from Huntsville once again to Cleveland so we have a lot of people that could be experiencing tornado activity tomorrow tomorrow will be a um it will probably be an extremely busy day um but remember that We're kind of focused on today, right now we're going to use every little low moment we can to hit the four here, but bottom line, all the ingredients will probably be ready tomorrow to support a tornado outbreak.
Which would prevent that from happening. What we have a root here is that all these storms that are forming today, we are going to see a huge one. A lot of convection shows up here in Oklahoma, Texas and Kansas today and that's going to wander into the Ohio Valley tonight, we expect there to be a lot of that hanging around early in the morning, uh, into the early afternoon, uh. tomorrow in the Ohio Valley because the longer we have these leftover bands of rain and even some intermittent thunderstorms, the longer they stay, the less likely it is that the atmosphere will recover enough to allow for the second phase or, you know, that these storms reignite and do what some of the models have been showing that caused this risk, okay, so if that doesn't happen, if we get sunlight tomorrow, if it's very clear tomorrow, if, if, if all of that is on the spot, we're probably on track to see a pretty significant severe weather situation here in Ohio, Kentucky, West Virginia and Tennessee tomorrow, so that's basically the gist of it, you know, this is the forecast for tornadoes, hail, very likely that tomorrow if If you're in red, it's more likely that if you're in yellow, you know, you understand how the SPC system works, but I don't want to talk too much about the exact timing or location of these storms, hopefully not until tomorrow. because there's a lot that can change based on what happens with the remnants of these storms that we'll be tracking today, so we're already in a situation okay, but I'll touch on the forecast here for Tomorrow a little bit Originally I planned to go and chase because I lived here in this neck of the woods, well this is my neck of the woods here, but I think since the tornado risk seems so high, I think I'll stay here in the studio and cover it in the traditional way and of course , we'll have storm chasers out there anyway, covering for us, so, again, make sure you're interested in that if you want to be here. to follow, subscribe, whatever it is and you'll get the notification of that live stream that's probably going to start before this one starts today, tomorrow for Ohio, come back to the present, okay, I want to talk about the present, uh, let me pivot. this here the storms are growing incredibly fast here in Oklahoma large hail moving towards Fairfax Oklahoma I want to mention that of course we have all of our storm chasers in place uh Brad Arnold is in Randolph County Missouri Jordan Hall is in Randolph County St Charles Missouri Chris Hall is in Callaway County Missouri James McMullen is in Tulsa Oklahoma Ryan scha is in Witchita County Texas and Brandon is in Sedan Kansas okay so these guys are, you know, giving us a live stream here, wait a second, and uh, of course, this is an Allstar lineup uh and um, if there's going to be a tornado today, a tornado today, we'll probably see it through one of your broadcasts, okay, it's always valuable having the storm chasers on board because, um, many Many times, showing them these colors and these graphs and stuff is not enough.
Seeing the real image of the tornado, the image of the storm, is what makes people take the warning seriously many times, so that's what we do. We have hope and it also gives us a better idea of ​​where exactly the storms are. Sometimes Brad Arnold has been able to give us invaluable information about a tornado that isn't even visible on radar and doesn't have a tornado warning yet, but we can. You clearly see which path it is on and which direction it is heading from Brad Arnold's camera, that's why we have the storm chasers out there, but yes, they are out there waiting for the big storms and some of them are going to intercept the storm here coming soon. but some of them might be waiting a bit because not all storm chasers are as interested in big hail as they are potentially citing a tornado and once again the tornado threat looks likely later tonight, especially after the sunset, uh that's when it will be most likely.
I think it might be a little bit of a different story as these particular storms here in Oklahoma are heading toward Missouri we'll see what happens with that near the warm front over the next few hours um but this is a really interesting dynamical system uh there's a lot going on. things it's a little strange it's a little confusing uh but we're going to be um we're We're going to cover it as best we can here the new severe thunderstorm warning will be here in Texas for abalene abalene Texas, prepare for hail 1 inch in diameter, winds of 60 M per hour, uh, heading there in the next bit.
But these are the beginning stages of some of the larger storms that will probably come into the Red River Valley later tonight and I think these storms or thunderstorms that form around this boundary here will probably be some of the ones that produce tornadoes. later, um, we're seeing that right now they're elevated, they're producing hail and they're producing strong winds, once they get closer to Dallas, it'll probably be the same story, but of course, we'll monitor it. As we get there, I also want to check out some of these warm front storms because they're already convecting more widely than I think was originally represented by some of the short-range models, so we'll probably see some. or quite a few severe thunderstorm warnings here in southern Illinois.
Sorry, southern Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia over the next few hours and in fact, there's a severe thunderstorm watch that's probably going out here, there's a 40%. probability right now, within the next few hours, if these storms continue to grow like this, we will probably get a warning in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio, that severe storm just south of Cincinnati is producing 60 mph winds, it's right near the airport. At this moment, and then we will move towards independence here, shortly, we have another warninghours of leftover rain and things like that in this area to prevent the atmosphere from becoming too unstable.
It looks like that won't be the case. We're going to have, you know, potentially even sunshine in some of these warm sector areas here, as new storms start to form around 4:00 or 5:00 p.m. and we have a couple different areas of concern, but the main thing is that we're going to have a big line of storms from central Kentucky to Mississippi and we're going to have another line right now. It looks like it could be a dashed line or maybe even just a line of supercells that forms in Indiana and then moves into Ohio right next to the area of ​​highest helicity, the tip of the D points like it all just comes together. to a point here where these sales are supposed to converge and if that were to happen, this here is exactly what a tornado outbreak in the Ohio Valley looks like on the radar, and you know, that could be what we're dealing with tomorrow around from 600 p.m. 7:00 pm. 8:00 pm. uh, until probably midnight, uh, before it starts to taper off and then the snow moves in, yeah, you heard right, it's probably going to snow in some parts of Ohio on Wednesday and Thursday, uh, after being in the 80s today, um and then potentially.
There will be tornadic storms tomorrow right after that snow. This is a very powerful dynamic storm moving into the area, so a tornado is possible along this part of the line. It's also a little harder to say exactly what's going to happen with that. Right now, that's definitely going to come down to a nowcasting situation, we'll be watching those storms develop as they appear on the live stream here and then I think, unfortunately, if this actually happens, if we get these sales to appear right here, that's going to be our main focus for tomorrow's stream as they produce those are the types of storms that can produce long-track violent tornadoes, um, there's a lot of things that go into tornado forecasting a lot of times we look at relative helicity. of the storm, we look at the available convective potential energy, we look at the lower level jet stream, we look at all of these things, but a quick way to explain very quickly that all the ingredients are there is by looking at a composite parameter called the tornado significant parameter, and this is just tomorrow it will absolutely light up in Indiana and Ohio, it is very rare that you will see significant tornado parameter values ​​this high anywhere, let alone here in the Ohio Valley, in eastern Indiana and western Ohio , these are some things we haven't seen. seen from over a year ago, when we were looking at the forecast for the March 31 broadcast, we were not saying that this is going to be the case, certainly in a geographically smaller area, but it is worth mentioning that this is a step up. uh forecasting when it comes to modeling and that's why we're so worried and that pretty much concludes my speech about what's potentially going to happen tomorrow and the lights are green that means we can talk to Andy so go ahead Andy. thank you.
Ryan, yeah, I think a lot of people might be curious about what happens after what you just showed in Ohio, like why don't we expect a higher risk for the mid-Atlantic or maybe Pennsylvania, just east of what's going to happen? happen. It's going to happen tomorrow in Ohio and the answer I think is going to be interesting to a lot of people if you're east of the Appalachians and in that area you're probably familiar with the term cold air damnation or you're used to those uh days where it's just cold, it's cloudy and the temperature doesn't change and I don't see the sun all day, that's what's happening right now in much of Pennsylvania, even in Maryland, right now we have some cold air dooming us.
That will take some time to lift, in fact it will be very difficult for the storm system to push it because there is so much cold, heavy, dense air that will keep the severe threat very low for, you know, maybe northern Maryland. The Pennsylvania state line as we move in two days, so I think there's still a serious risk, from maybe Central Virginia to eastern North Carolina. I think we should take a look at the composite parameters for that, right now. I know we could go until 18:00 that day, which is around 2: p.m. local time or 3 p.m.
And watch that start to take shape, maybe that risk increases for the East and Virginia and North Carolina as a result because conditions are looking somewhat favorable and there should still be some storms as we start to move in. noon, two days from now, Wednesday, but further north for you in Pennsylvania, that cold, dense air and that thick, overcast cloud should negate most of the serious threat, just hit the Appalachian Mountains and then it stops right at them. because the cold air is on the other side, so I think it's an important update for those people on the system line who are wondering what happens after Ohio experiences this potential outbreak.
Awesome, thanks, meteorologist Andy Hill, it will be. ringing a bunch today and he'll be here with us tomorrow as we cover these storms and um, I'm away from the entire east coast now on our last HR run here and um, you can see very clearly that the storms, just like they will this one night, they're going to die down a little bit until tomorrow night until the early hours of the morning, uh, but look as soon as the attraction of the flow of the Gulf of Mexico. starts to arrive around the Appalachian Mountains this way, we're going to get a lot of warm, moist air into Virginia, Maryland and the Carolinas, um, it'll arrive just in time for some storms to form here later in the day , uh like We start the day on April 3rd, Wednesday, so let me show you, we'll see the same parameter that we were looking at.
Here's the biggest potential for, you know, a severe weather situation here in Indiana. and Ohio on April 2 around 7 p.m. Notice how that very quickly disappears completely as these storms get closer to the Appalachian Mountains, but there's actually a resurgence of some of that energy once again just in time as that warm, moist air arrives here around 100 p.m. or something like that, especially in Virginia and North Carolina, so this is something that we have to watch very closely as we go even into Wednesday, so it's called a multi-day severe weather outbreak for a reason because that yesterday was the beginning of that.
I had a pretty impressive hail storm in Illinois and today will probably be the biggest day as far as coverage goes as the number of places that will be affected tomorrow will unfortunately probably be the biggest day as far as the severity of the hail storms. storms. Um and uh Wednesday is possibly even another day in a very localized area here where we have to watch very closely for the real risk of severe weather, so you guys are also going to get tired of seeing Andy and I before. a long time, uh, if this keeps up, let's see here, um, how things look in Tulsa, hey, Ryan, this is Brad, uh, do you copy me?
It's G to show you what things look like in Tulsa right after we talk to Brad, we need to talk. to Brad, how are you Brad, we're live on YouTube, where are you, what's up, what's going on, hey man, it's good to be back, I'm headed to mon Missouri right now, I'm on the northern fringe of that. Riding right on the warm front Today I went with my gut today um all the models and those things were pointing south uh towards the i44 corridor and down in Oklahoma I went with my gut today and I'm playing on the warm front up here um that storm to the west of hail, huh, that's the one I'm going to go to right now.
The AI ​​program that I use that has had a good track record with me in the past is really focusing on that storm, um, and that seems to be right on the warm front, so it's still maturing right now, but that storm that is west of the hail has shown some signs of very, very weak rotation, but the atmosphere is relatively unbounded in this area and should be able to move right along that warm front. front and I'm seeing the storm continually intensify so I'm probably the furthest north of anyone I'm chasing today but sometimes things happen that we'll see well that sounds good of course we're following and we're waiting for you to call and if you have something to show us and everyone in the chat is wondering if you're going east to Ohio tomorrow if we'll be.
I could have you with us tomorrow. What are your plans there? Yes sir, right now, my plan for tomorrow. That's another reason I'm in Missouri. I wanted to get into a slightly better location so I could get there tomorrow instead. having to drive all the way from Oklahoma and through Little Rock, I can drive through St Louis again to get there, so tomorrow I'm going to Indiana, uh and Ohio, for what it seems like, you don't want to spread the word , but it looks like there will be a tornado outbreak tomorrow, today is a bit more of a limited threat, there is definitely still a chance for major tornadoes, but as for the numerous major tornadoes, I'm not sure tomorrow looks like a full-blown outbreak , so I definitely won't miss it.
I'll be uh, I'll stay away from that. Let's chase him. You know, as long as there are storms and good storms as always, but yeah, tomorrow looks like a great day. We, we, we're definitely going in that direction, we're probably going to try to get to Indianapolis tonight if I find a guess, okay, so you heard it, Brad Arnold is, he's going to be there and why does my overlay keep getting screwed? above you gotta be kidding me just give me a second guys live production on the go as always one day we'll figure this out and won't have to worry about it but for now we'll do it live.
This is a live look at Brad Arnold, our northernmost storm chaser in Missouri County, heading toward a storm that's popping up in Missouri along that warm front, we'll see what happens with it. Andy wants to talk to us, go ahead Andy, hi Ryan. Good educational informative moment on the radar here for those watching and perhaps following along. Along the radar, since we do not have a significant tornado threat, we are still waiting until sunset and the few hours following sunset for it to increase significantly in this area. west of Albany there's actually something that looks a little suspicious, please, you can see that the correlation coefficient drops in a specific area west of Albany, Texas, but it doesn't line up with a velocity signature, you know, we look for that.
The door-to-door speed that the rotation shows us is actually more in the core of the hail if we match the radar scans, so it seems strange because it's all together, but it's actually a small correlation coefficient because of the hail so big that the radar beams are. uh, coming into the storm and bouncing in all directions with these numerous hailstones, some of which may be melting as they fall from the cloud and that is producing what looks like a tornado debris signature, but is actually hail, so it's a bit situational. It takes awareness or a lot of situational awareness to cover an event like this and, especially in the sense of radar analysis, absolutely, thank you very much, meteorologist Andy Heel, for some really valuable information.
I see her all the time. Many of you are getting radar apps and you like to dive into velocity and correlation coefficient for the first time after watching a broadcast like this and once you learn what searching is, sometimes you see it everywhere, because you know. Okay, I'm looking for an area of ​​uh, you know, with decreased correlation, uh, oh, I see it and you know, some, but not always, that's exactly what we're looking for to try to say whether or not there's a tornado. There are many mistakes that can be made, it is not easy, that is why the people of the National Weather Service have to go to school for a long time.
It is a very competitive job and you know it is not easy. There's something to do, but yeah, that's a good learning moment. I wish if someone thought there was something fishy about that. First of all, good eye, good eye, that's the kind of thing you want to look for, but second. from everyone I also know that that's not exactly um in style that's not exactly what we're looking for so I'm having a fight uh with this little thing in the background here okay, what's going on here son? That's settled, that's settled. okay, I'm willing to fix that before tomorrow, uh, but anyway, if you're just not tuning in, we have a lot of severe storm warnings, we don't have any tornado warnings yet, uh, we don't. uh, actually, there's still a big tornado threat, um, but we've got some crazy storms out there, um, we had a destructive severe storm warning not too long ago, now it looks like we've got a bunch of sizable severe storm warnings, so I'm We'll go through all of those um and then we'll come back and maybe touch on the forecast for tomorrow orWe'll go chat and answer any questions we need to ask while we wait.
The bulk of this event will probably occur around Sundown and a little further east of where the storms are right now, so Tuscola, Texas, you are under a severe storm warning, we have a one inch diameter hill in motion. To all of you, if you need reference, that's about a quarter of the size, okay, and then the big storm that was to the west is a little bit ahead of schedule, they're still under a severe storm warning, but it looks like that's the part. larger. of the storm you're going to miss you just to the north there was a 2.7 inch diameter uh storm report for the hail train spotter uh reported a hill the size of a baseball north of ghost lake um that storm is moving towards Albany Albany right now and it's actually hitting Albany Right now, probably most of the hail core is coming through the city and we're probably getting some golf balls out there, a hill about an inch and 3/4 in size which is moving through Albany at this time and will move towards the Hubard Creek Reservoir. and Breen Ridge in short order and could even intensify, before it gets there we have a pretty big storm here south and west of Witto Falls um and um one will probably go towards Witch to Falls and become or north and west of Witch Falls towards Vernon and will become much larger as it approaches.
Can I get a confirmation of conf can, Chandra, can you hear me in the production room? Okay, we're having trouble moving the hunters? Can we put Ryan Scha in the number one spot? Well, anyway, Ryan Scha, one of our storm chasers is in uh position. to go into that storm near Albany, so I want to make sure he's in this slot that you can see above my head when we go back to these other views, so be ready for that. ready for that and our sound is our fixed sound wait give me just a second and now we are live on Tik Tok that's good we're just trying to get the word out to as many people as possible what does it look like Tennessee? tomorrow, Tennessee, tomorrow, Middle Tennessee, especially, Nashville, that area, you're under an increased risk of severe weather, 10% risk of tornado birth, it's going to be a pretty active day as far as severe weather goes, however, the greatest risk of tornado is far away. heading north in Tennessee, that doesn't mean there won't be tornadoes in Tennessee, but it won't be the epicenter of the activity, so we'll be live tomorrow and we'll be with you from the moment those storms appear and we'll be giving warnings regardless. what state they're in, so make sure you're subscribed here and have some other way to get warnings, uh, and people always ask me what are you talking about Ryan like, how am I supposed to get warnings if you're not okay? ?
The National Weather Service is the one that issues the warnings, okay? You have to find a way to tune in to your The National Weather Service has Twitter profiles, Facebook profiles, and of course they have a website, you know, Weather.gov, but the number one way to get warnings is to have a Noah weather radio and I have been preaching about this every tornado season. Well, fortunately, thousands of you have gone out and bought one, but these things here, Noah's weather radio stations are like they have a house, they probably have a smoke detector. it's a requirement, you're not actually allowed to have a house unless you have a smoke detector, so this is it, but instead of detecting smoke they detect severe weather conditions, so you'll get if you're fast asleep at night and you find yourself under a tornado warning that this is going to be loud it's going to be annoying it's going to wake you up like a fire alarm would um and it has a screen that will tell you why it's waking up and like a voice will come and explain why it's waking you up. is waking up, so, you know, flash flooding, you know, destruction from severe thunderstorms, tornado warnings, all of that, uh, you can program it to be as hyperlocal as you want, to be as specific as you want.
I want it to be um, especially the luxury one here, the wr400, these things are a necessity if you live in any of the places that are at risk today or tomorrow, you need one of these, this is an important part of your home in my opinion it could literally save your life, and I think probably 5-10% of households that need them actually have them, that and that's being generous, so umadi if you want, and that's, in my opinion, the best way to do it. Make sure they always tell you that they don't work on the Internet, it works with a radio signal from your local weather, office, they don't need electricity.
You put batteries in them, so like they're full, it's almost a foolproof way. to make sure that you're going to get that warning every time it comes and you can get them at Target, you can get them at Walmart, I think, or you can get them on my website, you don't have to. We would appreciate it, although we will ship it to you from right here at the Weatherhouse Ryan hall.com store right now if you want to buy one of those um uh Andy, what's up? Hi Ryan, Just watching the storm again near Albany, Texas.
It looks a little suspicious now in terms of an actual tornado that may be very short lived or weak, hopefully not affecting anything other than rural areas here just to the north and east. You can go back to that previous scan if you just received the new one. We'll see a little bit of that Vortex Hole, since it's so close to the radar, so close to the surface where we're scanning, we can see right where that circulation is in the clouds. I bet it looks pretty wicked from a storm chaser. perspective, so I'm not sure if that produced anything, but it sounds like he's at least trying, so if you get a tornado warning for eastern Shackleford County and western Steevens County in Texas, that would be why. for which, okay, thank you.
Thank you very much, meteorologist Andy Hill, so that's something to keep in mind. We're already seeing some attempts by the storm to become a tornado, so that could be a problem as this moves further north and east. Breen Ridge, get ready, there's a big storm coming, it's now trending to try to produce a tornado and I haven't forgotten about Chris. I heard his voice. I don't know, what did he say? Do you have a copy, oh yeah, Chris, sorry, sorry for the delay, we got what's up, man, hey, everything's fine. I just didn't know if you heard me or not.
I'm using Zell radio, we finally got the car back. uh we're heading east on I70 uh I just spotted a storm that's really trying to head southwest of New Florence Missouri uh just south of I70 it's moving northeast it's in the slot cleared of this. The storm is completely clear where it is, it is working with completely clear air. I think this could potentially be the storm that HR was previously showing was going to head towards St. Louis in that area, so here we are. We're going to fly east on this one and see what this storm can do and if it's not the storm then we're going to probably wait around New Florence and see if those storms around Tulsa try to do anything, but as of now we're going to New Florence to be in front of this developing storm already has a maximum elevation of 36,000 feet so okay so Chris Hall and his plan giving us a live feed from Missouri we have Brad Arnold and uh.
Chris Hall uh, Jordan Hall and Freddy McKenna, all those guys are in Missouri. Bob pack is in Archer Texas and Ryan scha is in Texas. We don't have anyone in Oklahoma right now, but I'm sure we will when the storms hit. uh, really up and going uh, the last couple standing here in this storm in Texas continues to look pretty, you know, you're interesting, we don't see anything like what we saw a few moments ago, but it's still there, we're still rotating here. We have this little region of the storm sticking out from itself allowing some entry here.
This is definitely an indication that the storm is at least trying to rotate and like Andy was saying, this probably looks amazing. From a ground standpoint, Ryan should be closing in, he currently is if you watch the feed of him right now. Ryan is on the way to that storm and the sky doesn't look very impressive because the blast is the top of the storm, uh. Here it's currently over it and it's a little cloudy once you get a little bit further south, you should have a view of the base of the storm the closer you get to Graham, yeah, and I heard, I heard, uh, I heard.
Chris, I wasn't ignoring it, we just had a lot of stuff to pass on and those guys know they know it every time they call like that and they said you have a copy. The reason they do it is because they know that I. I'm probably talking about something else and like they're in, they're like themselves in line, you know what I mean, so it's all good if Chris ever needs me like it's an emergency, he knows how. to inform me about that and what he just did wasn't that, so it's all good. Another thing I want to mention very quickly is if you see anything newsworthy or if you have any photos or videos you'd like to share. with me the best the best way to do it will be there on Twitter or a follower there I'm also retweeting all the watches and stuff as they come out, so that could be a pretty good resource for you, if you want to keep up with what's going on here on an even higher level. level and once again if you see something that you think I should see just tag me in that uh and if you have any if you have a photo of a hail ball that you got out safely after the storms passed and do you want to send it to me?
You can send it to me there. Be sure to tag me and your local weather forecast office as well. We are currently on the lookout for a big nasty storm here in Texas that is currently generating hail about an inch in diameter at 60 mph. winds moving toward Hubard Creek Reservoir there's a small rotating part of the storm here along Highway 180 and we're keeping an eye on it for nothing broken at the moment um let's go back and check our storms a little bit. A little further north in Oklahoma, they were also blowing up big time, uh, not too long ago, and they're still making that 2 and a half inch diameter hail that's currently moving toward Key um and Deering and Coffeeville in Kansas, this It's a huge storm, y'all, this one is trying to spin a little bit too, but definitely, the main threat with this storm is going to be 2 and 2 inch diameter hail, hail, about the size of a tennis ball. uh, moving to Coffeeville, get rid of that is definitely the biggest supercell we have right now, uh, let's see if we have anyone in that one, let's see, try to see if there's a storm chaser nearby, it looks like there is uh, Chandra, uh, yes you are yes. can you hear me um Colby Ward uh from LSM might be a good option to try to use there so we can see this storm uh heading towards uh close uh co co open Oklahoma I think so, the chander just give me the thumbs up on our channel uh, If you heard that, John, thank you very much for the Super Chat, he says looking from Tulsa.
What is the name of the color table you use in your radar application? I do not know the name. To be honest, to be completely honest with you, but I know that file with that information is somewhere on our Discord server, so can someone help you. If you want to join our Discord server, the links in the description and our mods will put a link to it in the chat. There are many weather enthusiasts there who will be able to help you. I think it might be Viper HD. Jordan says our local news says four out of five in the Greater Cincinnati and Dayton area for tomorrow.
I'd love to hear his opinion. I definitely agree. That's the current risk analysis from the Storm Prediction Center. We have a moderate risk, which is a four out of five on that scale for significant severe weather, hail, damaging winds and tornadoes. South Central Ohio is under threat from a potentially major severe weather event, maybe even a tornado outbreak tomorrow, okay, we have another destructive severe storm warning here, let's go survey that, if we can find it, the county from Shackleford, Texas, is under severe destructive let me see if I can find that and Chandra give me a ping on our channel uh yeah every time we get the uh the name is changed I know it takes Colby a second the overlay is It changes, it's not on my part, yes. hasn't been updated yet, the severe storm warning is apparently the one near Abalene or north of that, okay yeah there we go, that's a weird update, so this is the storm that just got the update to severe destructive here. um and by the way 80 mph winds 3 inch diameter hail um that's moving towards.Bricken Ridge so essentially Breen Ridge um Hubard Creek Reservoir get ready for a big storm to come through okay it's going to be nasty I want to wait until we see what do they do with this other warning polygon here if they update it too?
To talk too much about the details here, but a big storm is moving towards Breen Ridge, uh, Texas, get ready for that, okay, and we have a storm chaser. Live storm media called Kobby Ward in Copán or Copen Oklahoma, he's in a really big storm here, that's causing some problems as it moves towards Texas and Chandra, if you want to visit the LSM site to stay up to date. with your location, I would recommend doing that and updating it at least every five minutes because it's probably falling north towards Kany and Tyro, yeah, let's put it on one, we've got another destructive severe storm warning, now this one's going to be uh, for that one storm so this is the storm that old colonel is in uh Coffeeville Liberty and Deering um Kansas you are under a destructive severe storm warning we have 70m per hour winds a tornado is possible and baseballs okay , it's not a joke, it's not an APR Fool joke this is a real thing um baseball siiz Hill flying possibly at 70 mph is going to cause damage um in places like Earing and uh Coffeeville and Aven uh in Kansas this is probably a bit of an area most populated city that's about to hit if you know anyone here you need to let them know to treat this like it's a tornado warning hopefully the tornado sirens are going off city down here um because we need people to take shelter like if it was a tornado because this can be just as dangerous um we have uh what do we have here?
Yeah, 23,000 people, I think in that warning, um, and baseballs, you know, hundreds of baseballs at a second speed of 70 mph which will obviously cause significant damage to vehicles and things like that, but possibly even to the roofs certainly to the windows so we need to make sure that people are aware that that's heading towards them and as you can see above my head this is a live view of the front of that storm uh from Kobby Ward is not in the hail core it's very much in front of it hopefully it will turn around and give us a view here uh in a moment as it gets in front of it uh this storm is also rotating um that's why the National Weather Service put that label on it as a possible tornado um so be prepared for that um if you're in Coffeeville Kansas oh the warnings are too strong every time they come up or Are we okay?
Let's see here. The professional says today is my birthday. He says I hope one of my gifts is a tornado in nothing but grasslands and open fields. I agree that that would be the optimal situation here. Ellie, thank you for being a member Freddy, thank you for becoming a high risk person, you guys are very supportive of me, thank you, what are your thoughts on what will happen tonight in Jefferson City, Missouri? This is from Cameron, thank you for what you do, Mr. Hall, tonight in Missouri. It's going to be a pretty difficult situation, we're going to have severe weather, tornado threats there, hail threats there, wind threats there, the only thing that doesn't exist is our ability to tell you exactly what's going to happen and that will come with uh now projecting as we follow these storms toward your location, we're not talking about you right now, but we will be, in fact, these storms here that we're talking about in Kansas right now are the ones that are probably going to be approaching you. later and cause problems up there we will follow them until they get to you we currently have two destructive severe storm warnings and we will probably have a bunch of those today and remember if you end up under a destructive severe storm storm warning I would treat it as if it were a tornado warning Andy, go ahead, Andy, thanks Ryan, uh, yeah, with those two destructive Be your warnings.
I want to talk about each one of them, the one in Texas that's coming in, uh, where is Breen Ridge Texas? one produced an 88 mph wind gust and I think it was on the downdraft of the rear flank of the storm, so all that cold, rain-cooled air comes out of the back of the storm and accelerates around back at the entrance of the storm. and causing some circulation there that hasn't produced a tornado yet but has produced almost 90 mph winds, which is like a fastball, um, and if you can imagine you know hail is thrown like fastballs in the storm, so I need you to know, reiterate that you should probably stay away from the windows of your house while treating the severe thunderstorm warning like a tornado warning.
The same thing I believe is underway west of Coffeeville. It looks like Coffeeville may escape the worst. but appearances can be deceiving on radar, the entire rear flank of this supercell in Coffeeville Kansas is also loaded with hail and we could see that in the Tulsa Oklahoma radar correlation coefficient all of those lower CC values ​​are going down. with that rear flank of the Storm Into The Hook portion of the storm and that tells me that there is a lot of wind driven hail with this storm and in fact there is a damage report from Key Kansas that says that Windows has been destroyed by um, this wind-driven hail, these fastballs essentially, so treat this warning very seriously.
We have reports and radar evidence that your windows will probably be destroyed by wind-driven Hil if you're in the worst of it, okay, thank you very much meteorologist. Andy Hill for the update we have two big storms we are keeping an eye on here and this is a live view of Colby of the one in Kansas it is now near Coffeeville if we can update its location it should probably be near South Coffeeville right now, but just look at how ominous the skies are there and then I think what you're seeing there on the right side of your screen is the hail core apparently approaching it near Coffeeville. and on the left side under the dark clouds there is probably a clear sky but the darkness is so prevalent at your location that the camera can't handle the exposure differences so it's just blowing it out, yeah big time .
A big storm is heading. towards uh Coffeeville and Liberty and Aven uh Kansas um so make sure you're sheltering in place once again treat it like it's a tornado warning it's going to be nasty as it moves the lights behind me will change if Andy wants. talk to me, they turn green, um, if Elijah ends up having any news for us, they'll turn orange, I'm Chris, we're moving east, that storm is having some meltdowns, a new tornado watch was just issued for the east of Missouri and almost Illinois. In fact, up to the Indiana state line, it includes a couple of possible strong tornadoes, so okay, now a lot of Missouri is coming into action further to the east side, we'll take a look at that.
Watch it here right now, but just to continue to give you information about the lights, they turn green for Andy, orange for news with Elijah, every once in a while they'll turn purple, we'll hear Chandra or Riley when that happens and um every time they flash yellow means there is a new significant severe or destructive storm warning when flashing red a new tornado watch has been issued new tornado warning that has a confirmed label or is a PD or is a war tornado emergency warning type , so those are just some little extra visual cues to keep people aware of what's going on because sometimes there's so much going on at the same time that we need that and the lights are orange now, that means we've got some uh Elijah, go ahead, Elijah, hey Ryan, so we have a report that just came in near Albany, Texas, a report that a roof was blown off a house, okay, that's coming from Albany, Texas, and thank you very much, Elijah , guys.
I'll also be hearing a lot from Elijah in the coming moments. He has been awesome on our Discord server in the past. I don't know, I don't know how long he's been around, but he always has the latest information and now he's with us during the live streams, keeping us up to date on everything and helping us deliver that information to you because I know the way it works is that you know a city is getting ready to get hit by a storm or a tornado or something, where we have all these people. Here, I'm trying to figure out what's going on with that thing coming into town and then the storm moves on, which means I have to keep going, but you know Elijah is going to help me come back periodically and check on some of these places to let them know and that word we're not going to leave you in the dark about what

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in each of these places as the storms move and he does a great job with that so uh Welcome Elijah to the team in the air here ya which we will hear from him several times, I think, during the rest of the broadcast, as a lot of damage reports and probably other types of information will appear quite frequently. as we get later into the night okay so let's take a look at that tornado watch uh wow yeah check out this new tornado watch that includes Jefferson City St Louis Springfields Effingham includes a lot of the I70 corridor there i72 I57 a couple of strong tornadoes are possible, scattered tennis ball sized hail probably um and scattered gusts up to 70k per hour probably, so the warnings are too strong, still, okay, I'm going to tone them down a little bit, uh, let me know if that changes or if that's better this time.
I don't want to trigger a test just because it might confuse some people, but we're going to get another warning here soon, just let me know if that's better, it should be strong, yeah, that's right. that's the point we want, we want to make sure it's at least a little bit loud, you know, it should be louder than me, it should be louder than me, I want to make that clear, a lot of people put us on the TV and they leave us on the background while they're going to do the dishes or whatever, we want to make sure that every warning is heard very well, you know, so draw attention here to see if there's anything. that's relevant to your location, you know, but if it's annoyingly loud, I want to fix it, yeah, we don't currently have tornado warnings, yeah, Colby is, let's continue there toward Coffeeville and he's about to give us another view.
I think he is. about to turn around and give us another view of this storm that still has the destructive severe storm warning as it approaches Liberty Aven and eventually towards Mound Valley and Penfield uh Kansas. The storm here north of Breen Ridge is starting to really get going. Strong 70 mph winds are about to move into areas just north of Breen Ridge, Texas. I expect this to get a lot stronger as it gets closer to Graham and the mineral wells, everyone be prepared for that, these storms are also making a line for DFW, okay then, uh.
You guys prepare for that too. I do not know what that means. I don't know exactly what kind of threats we'll be experiencing at that time, but hail and wind will almost certainly be an issue, so be prepared. For that, what does the southern Illinois area look like? I think so, that's one of the areas that just had a new watch issued. So you guys are under a tornado watch, I think until 12am. CT, so stay with me right now. There's a lot going on in Illinois, in fact, it's incredibly rainy, you know, this was for the most part, what was expected, but I think cloudy skies and rain are a little more frequent than maybe some of them were.
The models. um projecting which might help tone it down a little bit in this part of the world, but with a storm like this there are still going to be big storms forming and there's still going to be a very real risk of tornadoes so um that's why we have that tornado risk uh and/or tornado watch in place okay I need to stand up hopefully I haven't done this in a while so hopefully nothing will fall we're okay oh yeah this feels okay okay so if you're just tuning in now um we're covering a pretty big h PDS a severe thunderstorm warning has been issued okay here we go guys that was a new warning what do you think Is it still too strong?
What do you believe? Come on, let me know why I turned it down. but maybe I didn't turn it down enough I don't know, it sounds good, perfect, okay, the first two I saw sound good and perfect, so that's what I'm going to do, if you're F now tuning in, uh, we. We're covering a massive, severe weather outbreak that's still in the early stages, and we're about to see things really light up here in Illinois and Missouri, but we're already seeing it very brightly lit in Kansas, southeastern Kansas. In particular, we have a severe, destructive storm that produces baseball-sized hail and, you know, 70 mph winds moving toward Mound Valley and Altimont and I allege um, and that will continue to move into Missouri, eventually thisstorm and the others around.
They will be the ones trying to produce tornadoes, especially once we get closer to sunset. Well, as the sun begins to set, the threat of tornadoes begins to increase tonight. Well, we started early today because we wanted to talk, we wanted to make sure we could talk about the tornado tomorrow. forecast and we wanted to make sure that we could cover these hail storms, because we're talking, I mean, some of these hail storms are very likely to cause millions of dollars of damage and we want to make sure that everyone knows what you know what to expect with that and where the largest hail nuclei are heading right now.
A core of damaging hail is once again moving toward Mound Valley Kansas and we have another one down here moving toward Cisco and Eastland in Texas, okay? um so you guys are under a severe storm warning there along I20 from Cisco Eastland to Ranger to the straw in Texas be prepared for big hail and wind with storms shooting all the way back to San Angelo and also a great storm brewing. Right now in San Angelo, the severe storm warning goes all the way to Ballinger, Texas, so there's no shortage of severe weather here, the only shortage, I guess you could say we have, is tornado warnings, we haven't had a single tornado. warning, however, despite the fact that this storm here, the one that was near Abene earlier, looked pretty suspicious, it looked like it was trying to produce a tornado or at least might have produced a tornado very briefly at some point, so these storms are spinning and have the ability to produce tornadoes, they just haven't reached their point yet behind here, behind this storm we have a couple hundred people without power near Sweet Water, we also have many reports of damage, behind These storms too, they're definitely producing wind and they're moving toward the Dallas Fort Worth area, so stay tuned, we'll walk you through this as it approaches a couple of counties with a couple hundred people. no power up there starting to see severe storm warnings breaking out further north as well, um, here northwest of Ottawa, Kansas, we have a severe storm warning for inch, uh, an inch and a quarter, hail, the wind is not going to be too crazy with that one near centropolis, but look at these Sals, look at that one, look at that one, look at that one, we have to watch very closely while they move. towards St.
Louis, many of the models were showing this earlier and this is one of the areas we are concerned about with the real potential for toric activity a little later, okay Adam Smith, thanks for the very generous $50 Super Chat .said I appreciate Ryan and everything the team does Adam thanks Lucy thanks for the 10 Ryan thanks for all the great coverage uh Dana thanks guys seriously you don't have to do this but we really do. I appreciate all the support Tammy Turer has been a member for five months and says thank you for everything he does and for keeping us safe.
That's what we're trying to do. We have a lot of people involved in this. Would you do it? I don't think so, but you know, we're doing everything we can to try to make sure people are aware of what's going on here. Our goal is to reach people who wouldn't normally watch the news. you know, pay attention to the Storm Prediction Center, you know, and I think we've done a really good job with that so far, so we're doubling down on the methods that have worked in the past and we're just trying to give them information really. raw, you know, just as it comes out, no producer, no fancy Glitter Glam, none of that and, um, I really appreciate you all for trusting us and giving us the dream job for many of us involved here. uh this is something we've always wanted to do, especially me, so thank you, thank you for that.
I have a severe and destructive storm warning there in Kansas, but I expect them to start rotating a lot more here, very soon, and if anyone sees it, every time I look at the chat, people are wondering about Ohio, understandably. So I know that's probably the talk of the town in every city in Ohio right now about what's about to happen tomorrow. I already went over the forecast if you want to go back on the YouTube stream if you want to go back a little bit, you can see where I talked about it in a little more depth, but long story short, we'll be here with you again tomorrow, because we have a very real chance of that there will be significant severe weather tomorrow. in Ohio Kentucky West Virginia Tennessee maybe even up there towards Alabama uh and this threat today the threat is primarily driven by very large hail right the tornado threat is a little more limited it's going to happen there will be some tornadoes this evening.
There will be a lot of tornado warnings, but the real tornado threat I think will be tomorrow, in fact, it could be a tornado outbreak that we experience tomorrow here in Ohio and parts of northern Kentucky, okay, so that's it. uh that's what's happening there, we have a day two moderate risk, enhanced risk, it goes all the way to Alabama, that's the color orange, um, and here are the tornado chances there, very rare, 15% risk of Tornadoes in Ohio, that's all. I can tell you right now, hey, the forecast looks pretty worrying for tomorrow, make arrangements for your plans, whatever you need to do today and then tomorrow morning and from the time we start the broadcast tomorrow is when we can really specify, it's okay. here is what time you will arrive in this city or this is what you should do in this county.
I can't tell you right now there are people in the chat saying, what do you think about 374 Elm Street demanding Ville Ohio? I don't know, nobody knows, so, I just know that overall the forecast looks bad tomorrow, there will be bad weather. Tune in tomorrow, it doesn't even have to be me. You probably have a favorite weather guy on TV back in Ohio, tune in and Yo, whatever you want to do and you know, do whatever you have to do tomorrow. Okay, do it today. My advice today would be to pretend it's the worst case scenario.
Pretend that there will definitely be a tornado coming for you tomorrow. and prepare accordingly, what would you do if you had 24 hours notice and then did that? And if you don't have a tornado, then great, you didn't, you didn't lose anything, except that you were prepared just in case, so that's what happens. There's a big risk of severe weather tomorrow in Tennessee Kentucky Ohio um this is the simulated radar uh the latest HR run there let me put it up again there there's two ticks on the bottom right here we go okay like this It's what radar might look like.
As we move into the future, it's not exact, but you know today's storms will continue to cause problems, become linear, and travel along the warm front across the Ohio Valley tonight. Another thing I want to mention is. especially in the Ohio River Valley there will be a high threat of flash flooding. Hi Ron, I'm Chris, we're heading east. Let's go around Warrington. The storm actually looks very impressive on radar. It has gone through successful mergers. Now it's showing some sort of Hook App hang, it's got a hell of a core and it's starting to show a little bit of churn, so we're going to get in front of that and see what it's going to do well, so that's Chris. plan, we're going to keep up, but convection along the warm front will disappear tomorrow, allowing the sun to rise and the atmosphere to recover during the afternoon in Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
This will allow new storms and supercells to form if it happens so if it happens like HR describes, it will happen and it probably won't, it will probably be a little different, right? HR is not a magic crystal ball, it is not a perfect simulator of weather conditions, but it is the best we have, so if it happens like this or even close to this, it will be a very significant severe weather situation with the probability of multiple violent tornadoes long run, it's the kind of day where where you know there's going to be a lot of tornadoes, this is what it looks like now, so that's it.
That's all I want to say. I don't want to get to you. Can we reach out and say, "Okay"? this supercell will be in Columbus right now, blah, blah, blah, but there's no point in doing it now because it will change, that will change a lot, um uh, before we get to tomorrow, in fact, the remnants of the storms that are happening. now in Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas will determine a lot about the timing and location of these storms tomorrow, so we won't even know until daylight tomorrow, so we'll make sure you stay tuned here and we'll keep you up to date as much as possible on That, another thing is the snowman.
Look at that big snowfall up there in Wisconsin and around the Great Lakes in northern Michigan. Upper Michigan has intermittent blizzard conditions while some places are experiencing toric activity, just no no. Even very far away like this there's a little distance here between the supercells and the heavy snow, uh, and that just shows you the power and how dynamic the storm system is. The severe weather threat will progress eastward, over a much smaller area on Wednesday. I think the best chance for tornado activity will be somewhere here near Del Marva towards um, you know, parts of Virginia and North Carolina.
General risk of thunderstorm, hail wind and all that is possible, you know. South Carolina, Georgia and Florida too, but any leftover energy that is capable of producing a tornado will probably be pretty concentrated in this area, we'll get to that when we get there, although I don't want to look too hard. It's already

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Also, we have almost two million followers on Tik Tok and we never use it, so we're just trying to get the word out to as many people as possible. live on Tik Tok and YouTube right now, thank you all for passing by the tornado threat that will start after sunset right now, the important thing is the hail, oh we have a severe storm warning, wait, look at that, oh, I bet Andy is going to do it. I want to talk about this, we have a severe storm war, here in the Texas peninsula, and you know, just by looking at that you wouldn't think it would be a severe storm, but If I'm not mistaken, I probably have been warned by the winds associated with the type of fall of some of those low level winds that are coming towards Midi Wheeler, towards Raiden.
It's not a storm in the typical sense, but winds over 60 miles per hour are possible here, that's something you don't see unless it's a very, very strong storm, a severe non-cellular storm morning, no, no, no, linear. segments no, nothing, just a small shower of drops returning to our storm here in Kansas. It no longer carries a destructive severe storm warning, but we still have a sizable severe storm warning and the rotation there still looks pretty impressive. It's nothing you know, it's not going to produce a tornado warning anytime soon, but it is spinning and continuing to drop very large hail, possibly still close to two inches in diameter, moving toward Parsons, so be prepared for that by checking our sales that have been popping up around Jefferson City, yeah, they're all rotating, they're rotating very well, so we'll see what happens with them as they get closer to St.
Louis. The lights are green, it means it's time to talk to Andy, come on Andy, thanks Ryan. yes, I will talk about that severe storm warning in a little more depth, specifically the warning in its wording says that the rain is producing verga, which is rain that evaporates before reaching the surface because it is working to saturate the layer of air between the surface and the base of the cloud, until it becomes saturated, the rain evaporates right before your eyes and that is why we can know that the air is dry and light and that means that the air can move very efficiently, especially if it's driven by uh, you know, a fixed shower that's causing a lot of descending air to hit the ground at the same time, you know, then, this severe thunderstorm warning is, you know, a damn sight to see a warning. with a severe cock, I guessfor those damaging winds.
They come from rain and travel through very light air, light, dry air that is currently becoming saturated once the rain starts reaching the surface there. I think the winds will calm down a little but will still be pretty good, thank you very much meteorologist. Andy Hill always with the amazing information on some of these crazy phenomena that occur during big storms like this. We have some more traditional severe thunderstorm warnings further to the south and east. And let's go. about that one at a time here and then we'll do it all over again as we wait for the more significant severe weather threat to develop later tonight.
St Angelo, you are under a severe storm warning, but most of that. The storm is well to the east, now moving toward Paint Rock. 60 mph winds are possible with that storm. Eastland, the I20 corridor between Eastland and Ranger and Straw in Texas also prepare for winds of 60 to 70 m per hour, perhaps even 2 inches in diameter. hail, we have a very strong storm south of Graham moving towards Rafford Texas pasture, which has winds of 70 mph per inch and a half, hail, that's pretty much what we have in Texas, all of those storms are generally going in the direction of Dallas Fort Worth, so get ready for that big storm that's brewing across the Red River here near Vernon, Texas, and it's going to move up toward Mount Park Snider in Oklahoma, this has hail two inches in diameter.
Right now it's probably going to keep that going as it moves toward Tipton and Manto and Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, nothing really, no, not much is happening right now, you're at high risk of hail, in fact, high risk. of hail today until now. I haven't really seen any hail in the northern expanse, we've had a little bit there with the first part of those storms that showed up that are now in Kansas, but we'll see what happens with the storms down here. heading south they continue to slowly wander towards this area we hope they get stronger as time goes on and then we have that huge, huge, sizable severe storm warning here for the ego Columbus Pittsburgh Frontenac Gerard Kansas um you all prepare for a very storm strong um as this one moves towards you, it continues To develop a more and more organized mesocyclone every time I check it, there's still nowhere near a tornado warning, but it's trying to do something so we're watching it very closely. near.
We have a severe thunderstorm warning near St. Louis. now one of these little sales that were popping up that we were talking about earlier is now producing hail that's an inch in diameter and what do we have here? Wind 60m per hour so this is the first of many storms that will probably try to move into the St Louis metro area right now and this one looks bad as far as reflectivity goes it has a base this will probably try to rotate here soon it's not doing nothing too significant yet, but what we're watching very closely and then I'll send Plum here in Kentucky and Ohio.
We have a severe thunderstorm warning along the warm front. We have a nice little storm moving between Georgetown and Ripley. the Ohio River there in Kentucky and Ohio, inch and a half in diameter, hail, 60 mph winds, that will continue to be the case as it goes down into Mazille and Manchester, we'll see little thunderstorm complexes like this. it appears again and again in this general area tonight and that is one of the reasons why we also have the risk of flash flooding, unfortunately my weather camera is broken of course it is out of service today for some reason uh , We could inspect some of these little storms that are popping up here in the Appalachian Mountains, uh, but it's just been running perfectly for the last two weeks with no downtime and then right before we started streaming, Boop disappeared.
So hopefully we'll have that back tomorrow because we're obviously expecting some pretty significant severe weather, uh, in my neck of the woods, uh, here tomorrow and we've got a pretty good vantage point here at the weather house on top of a mountain. about a little over 000 feet up looking down a valley pointing west so anything that's coming we can see it coming usually from 50 to 100 miles away it looks like we're trying to figure some things out with our hunters of storms there, uh. Ryan scha looks like he's in a bad storm, but we're not getting a good signal from him, he's in a bad storm, where is he?
Look at this, so you see the Frozen box up there from Ryan, it's in the The core of this storm right here, look at that, so it was probably experiencing very large hail, obviously, very heavy rain there near Ivan in Texas Ryan scha black J, thank you for becoming a member, Carbonite, thank you for the very generous contribution, uh. thanks for keeping my worry at bay a little more, I'm a mom from Maryland and I have an older son in Kentucky, no problem. I'm glad we could help. Brandon says verified verified reports of a 12 inch pizza in the oven near the St Louis Area, thank you for all you do with your team and the live coverage of the storm of course, thank you Brandon, thank you very much and Debbie Moore Wow guys, thank you so much, once again, for the very, very generous Super Chat of 49.99, thank you. all of you for doing that, if it wasn't for you we would have to run commercials like those people on TV and we don't want to do that and we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we , we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we, we.
I don't think we'll ever have to, thanks to people like you, seriously, thanks a lot buddy, that storm coming towards Graford and the mineral wells in Texas is looking pretty nasty, from what I can tell, these storms probably they will do it. They'll be pretty mature by the time they get to Fort Worth and Dallas, so it'll be interesting to see what happens when they get there, yeah, the storm just west of St. Louis continues to get my attention here, I'm continually. checking it out there's not much rotation when you look at the speed but it's definitely getting stronger lots of lightning on the front side of the storm moving towards New Haven definitely some pretty big hail in fact just got a warning that Hill , about an inch and 3/4 in size, is moving to the New Haven area right now and oh my gosh, another super huge shout out to Garrett, Steen, black.
Sorry if I said that wrong, uh uh. thanks, you didn't have to do that, says the trucking community loves all the drivers I've mentioned on Trucking, as a fleet owner I know your name, thanks for keeping us informed about the weather in winter and spring, Garrett, there was no problem once. Again, you didn't have to do that, thank you very much. I'm glad we can help. I've heard the same thing from. You know, every time I stop at a gas station anywhere. And that is a beautiful and wonderful thing. So I understand that what we do especially with the updates, even just on the extra channel, I think they are really valuable for anyone who travels around the country because they get a look at the forecast for the entire country, so yeah, I'm glad that we can do that I'm glad we can help and seriously, thank you very much.
We love truckers. We're also showing a lot of love, obviously, to the people on YouTube who support us, but I want to thank Redb. bird uh tsp uh a z TI i k Sorry, I don't know what that means and Jennifer on Tik Tock, which obviously doesn't. I currently don't have Tik Tok in front of me. I'll work on that. for the next broadcast, but apparently people are supporting us there too, we really appreciate it, if you're new here, if you're wondering what's going on in the world, what we're doing here. is live severe weather coverage of a severe weather outbreak that's happening from Kentucky to Missouri to Kansas to Oklahoma to Texas and will move to Arkansas, Illinois and Indiana later, and we'll basically be here all night talking. on the weather broadcasting warnings as they come in, talking about these big hail storms that are moving into the area and eventually I think we're going to talk about some tornadoes and there's also a tornado threat tonight so make sure know if you know anyone in front of these storms, if you know anyone in the at-risk areas, share the broadcast link with them and we'll be here commercial-free, non-stop talking about it as the situation develops again.
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Garrett says I can't pronounce any city name right, but you got my name right, you know, I'm a little better with names. I feel like that doesn't make any sense, but, yeah, yeah, another thing if you're new. here, um, I very often mispronounce the name of your city, you know, it's hard to try to do it every day, you know, I'm talking about the weather in a different region and every region pronounces their city differently if it's Coffeeville in one place . it's Cafe Ville somewhere else it's uh it's a Kofi Ville somewhere else as you know it's impossible to get it right 100% of the time but I do my best as long as you know generally what I'm talking about. that's the purpose and sometimes I just don't know how to say it if it's a unique name, there are no tornadoes yet today, uh, if you live in the Ohio Valley, or if you live somewhere in front of these storms that are still forming. are moving towards parts of Missouri, in fact, there is a big one that is moving towards St.
Louis, the western side right now, today is the day to really get our act together and get your tornado action plans in place, and to those of you. who have friends and family in the areas, you may not be specifically in an affected area, but you know someone who you should share with them and explain the seriousness of the situation, especially tomorrow. Hi Ron, you have a copy once again. and what you just heard was a live broadcast from one of our storm chasers, his name is Chris Hall, let's hear from him what's up, Chris, hello, we're still in the east at 70, we're approaching Fallen O Fallon on the outskirts of St.
Louis um, let's look at this. In fact, I'm going to try to get through St Louis because I just realized it's rush hour in St Louis, um, but that also brings me to the point this storm that's in the west of St Louis is trying to turn sharp right, um, I don't know if you can do a loop and see that, and it's also trying to merge with some stuff just to the south that may be a saving run and It may not be for the St Louis metro, but this very well could be a pretty costly storm for the St Louis metro if it continues to strengthen to the size of hell, yes absolutely, Chris is getting very close to that storm we are in.
Tracking as he moves towards St Louis and, as he said, it seems like at the last moment it's the big part that's producing hail. It seems like he is trying to aim more towards downtown, so certainly Wentzville oallen. St Charles and Chesterfield, you should be prepared for a potentially large hail storm here soon, but perhaps even a little further south, even towards the downtown St Louis area, you should prepare for the possibility of a large large hail, Now this guy knows. how to see the weather Matt uh says first of all he says do you think there could be a high risk tomorrow? and he says looking from West Virg irginia and he just includes this photo of a magnificent battle station whatever you want to call it um uh and there's a model of the Titanic up there that's so cool it's huge anyway um as to whether there will be or not a high risk tomorrow I don't know, I don't know uh that's something I don't know I don't even think the people at the Storm Prediction Center have thought about that, but that's something that will be discussed tomorrow morning , when we understand more about what's happening with the leftover convection today and you know the latest polls and all that is, it would just be a big talk if I told you what I think about there being a high risk tomorrow.
I have no idea and neither does anyone else, but um, there is a high ceiling for whose severity it could be tomorrow, so definitely pay attention to this as if it's possible and when it happens, it will happen, if not, we already have a moderate risk that It's just a step below a highrisk and that is quite worrying in itself. A big storm is also moving towards Jefferson City Missouri, prepare for at least a quarter size hail there in Jefferson City, which will also affect Russellville, Wardsville and places like that uh super cheers to Dutch Dutch has a plan everyone give it thanks he says I lived in Mayfield Kentucky my entire life and found your channel on December 10th a little over two years ago.
I've been watching it ever since. and it has inspired me to start learning how to read radar and learn more about our climate thank you for all you do Ryan Dutch thank you for that kind message and support I'm glad you found me and I'm glad you started learn about this fascinating thing if you feel like learning how to read radar and forecast models and stuff, you have a lifetime of exciting things ahead of you and you never learn everything. and every day you learn something new and it's just incredible science, it's incredible interest, um, it's just incredible, so that's up to you and thank you for being here.
I'm glad to have you here. Ginger gave you five memberships, thank you. because that's why Asylum says hello Ryan, talking about the storm near St Louis. I live in Lake St Louis and I'm about a half mile south and west of Wentzville, it's the main part of the storm that's going to go south of me, um, it looks like. Like the main part of the storm might be going south of you, but it's also expanding. So, as a good part of the storm, a pretty decent part, you know, an intense part of the storm will probably pass through your area.
I would go. Go ahead and start making sure it's Indus and protected from possible hail and all that. Harry West, wow, Harry West, thanks everyone, thank you Harry, thanks for the update on the team's activities, good job, Michigan, AOK, thanks. Thank you very much for that and yes we have a new video on the Y' Squad channel if you want to see some of the things we did in Ohio after the most recent tornado outbreak, unfortunately the last one was in Ohio, um David, thanks for coming to High Risker. Because of you, we were able to go there and ask people what they needed and then write checks.
We gave tens of thousands of dollars to people who were in that gap between insurance and federal assistance, they had nothing and they needed something and no one was willing to give it to them or could give it to them without a lot of red tape other than us because we have prepared to do it. uniquely, uh, let's see, let's go back to multi view here, we have a storm that looks pretty interesting on Ryan Scholes' camera. I think that's the one that just hit him and now he's coming back after her in the other direction, we have a lot of them. storm chasers in Missouri um so once things really start blowing up in Missouri, I'm sure we're going to shift most of our guys back to the ones that were originally in Missouri right now, although some of the biggest storms are in texas eastland ranger stra texas get ready for some big hail two inches in diameter same for you in carbon rising star and gorman also wow jack county texas panto parker and young county texas are under a destructive severe storm warning now this is getting very close to the north side of the Fort Worth area, severe and destructive storm, war, winds of 70 m per hour and once again, for the third or fourth time today, a real risk of baseball-sized ice balls falling from the sky at 70 miles per hour. of fastballs hundreds per second hurtling towards the ground damaging roofs, car windows so take shelter like it's a tornado warning in Grafford Salesville Whit parin gibtown Westbrook and move on in Texas it's a big nasty storm we have a 3-3 split. our storm chaser coverage we have three on the shortwave, three on the warm front, so again, if something were to happen, if we started to see any signs of danger in any aspect of this storm, it should be I could see it here first , with our Allstar lineup of storm chasers here, indomitable, says my family was outside grilling chicken during that last storm in Ohio, thanks to your broadcast I was able to convince them to come in a minute before F1 hit. we straight indomitable okay I'm glad you're okay and thank you for sharing that with us you didn't have to do that and thank you for the support once again thank you.
Glad you're okay, lots of people talking. about how they found us around December 10th David uh David hetrick thank you so much for what happened on December 10th wow that's crazy we've come so far we're there sorry there's nothing wrong with you not knowing of course , but like It's crazy to me that you know it was so long ago. December 10th was the big tornado outbreak in Kentucky and Missouri and most famously the Mayfield Kentucky tornado is almost an EF5 ef4 tornado that went through Mayfield there and unfortunately there was a lot of damage and deaths and that was one of the first long tornado live streams we did here on the channel, man if my camera was working we would have such a good view of this, it means just a second I'm trying to fix. that received another significant severe storm warning in Cole in Monto counties in Missouri uh Douglas says we live in Ohio a tornado hit our property we lost two barns and two other buildings we lost four pine trees we had your stream thank you Douglas for your joy you are too okay, thanks, uh, if the city names went off the radar, they've probably turned to the R Chris, we're right on the west side of St Louis looking at this storm, you can definitely see that it's really trying to come together.
We are definitely strengthening Supercell. We're starting to see a lot more CG action with this too, so we'll watch here for as long as we can and then head back east through St Louis, all good, so Chris Hall continues talking. about our big storm moving towards St Louis now we have a live view of it I think we did so we'll cut it out shortly Chris let me let me show you its location here on the radar yeah Peak Time tornado, if we are going to have a peak time for tornadoes today it will be around sunset, yes it is unfortunate, many of the same places that were affected pretty badly by the most previous tornado situation in Ohio are in the forecast area of greater activity. uh for this next storm too, but that doesn't mean it's going to be an exact repeat, in fact, the exact same city will be hit again or you know the odds of that happening are very low, but it is and unfortunately it's a possibility. so we need to talk about that, don't be afraid, get ready, okay, yeah, there's Chris, here's a video of the American Patriot guy who's in New Haven, Missouri, and there's some pretty serious hail coming down there in Missouri.
It looks like the hail The size isn't that big at your exact location, but you can see that it's a big downpour, part of the bigger hail that I think is going to happen with this storm coming into Jefferson City right now. If I'm in Jefferson City I would prepare for some big hail and also if this storm that's moving towards St. Louis continues to grow as it is I would expect to see some really big hail there too guys just give me a second. to get me something to drink, I'll be right back and as always, Andy, you have the floor if you want it, thanks Ryan, yes, I have some things to talk about.
I'm looking closely at the storm that's west of St. Louis near Washington Missouri at Martha Vilm and that's along State Road 100. I think it has a pretty significant convergent signature, which means the winds are coming together right where that hybrid supercell storm is, and usually fine. Usually not, but sometimes convergence precedes rotation and certainly the environment right in front of the storm is a little, you know, IND for tornadoes to occur, so I think this storm is robust. I'm keeping a closer eye on her. but also behind this for our friends southwest of Jefferson City in Missouri, there's a two-storm merger with one really healthy Supercell near Missouri and Elden and another, another storm that popped up south of it and is being ingested into that supercell , so I think this merger could actually, you know, mergers are wild, we don't know what's going to happen with the storm scale dynamics, so I'm also watching that more closely, that's a head. up for Jefferson City, you guys are definitely in the path of the storm that would probably drop hail.
The trajectory may change a little, but they are about 30 minutes away from some pretty significant hail that is currently falling to the southwest. so get ready for hail in and around J City and the last thing I really wanted to talk about here is actually the path of the storm that's west of Joplin in uh Missouri Southwest Missouri this is the storm and the complex of the storms in front of you have the best parameters at this moment kinematically thermodynamically. I think if this storm complex freezes into a dominant supercell or the southernmost storm on this line here is able to take over this environment. possibly a significant tornado, you know, there's a possibility here ahead, so I've got my eyes on those three places more closely right now, besides the storms in Texas, there's a lot going on.
Ryan said the tornado threat would be maximized around Sundown, but I actually mean it should go a little further than that. I want, I want you guys to pay as much attention as possible to get as much news out there from Sundown, but actually a couple of hours after that because, right? dusk is when about um you know, 1500 3000 feet above your head those winds start to pick up uh as the surface cools a little bit and I apologize if I ever talk about any storm chasers I can't I'll say if I'm or no, but right after sunset, those winds start to pick up and we actually have a few hours after that point, where those winds will still be very strong and favor tornadoes, so we're not just watching the sunset. our main tornado threat today, but a few hours after that, it will still be there for sure, so again, Ryan, thank you very much, Andy.
I was looking at that storm that is preparing to hit Jefferson City once again. I only want. Just to reiterate to everyone it's probably going to be a pretty big storm, 60 mph winds, 2 inch diameter winds, hail, get ready, it looks like the core of the heaviest precipitation will be moving into downtown Jefferson City and also a big storm will move there. heading to St Louis Chris PA is going to give us a view of that, he has it on his viewfinder there as he is in the St Louis area ready to give us a view of that as it approaches them Brad Arnold is on his way here up north, north of Mobberly, this part of Missouri, you know it has a pretty favorable environment to some extent for tornadoes, but I think it was modeled to be a little bit better than what it's turning out to be because of all this extra rain there's a lot of cloud cover, a lot of, you know, just general rain, that's happening here along the warm front, so we're hoping to see a little less activity here, but we're still in the early stages of this, new ones forming storms here west of Kansas City, they will move through this area and you know who knows what kind of problems they will cause as they move over Kansas City towards Mobberly, Monro City.
Hannibal and then of course we have to worry about the big supercells here, plus they continue to get stronger as they move towards St. Louis, that's Missouri. We have a pretty big storm north and west of Joffin. Now I'm also getting ready to move to Missouri. It still has a severe thunderstorm warning. Some hail, some wind is on the way to you in Liberal Lamar and Nevada in Missouri. Oklahoma, oh Oklahoma. Wow, when did we last see this? It wasn't long ago and there was literally nothing around here, but now we have a ton of things popping up, we have a ton of new severe thunderstorm warnings popping up, this could be the start of our hail outbreak. the area where we have the highest chance of large hail, so we'll probably start to see now in and around Oklahoma City we have a large storm producing hail about an inch in diameter here near Crescent, another one moving toward a severe thunderstorm warning from King Fisher to you, also a continuing severe storm warning for Snider.
I would say a severe storm warning is about to be issued for this storm here near Korn, towards Weatherford, Oklahoma, many storms are starting to conve now in Oklahoma in Texas, we have more large storms, none of these are showing much storm activity. tornado, but we have huge hail and strong winds just blowing through Eastland and heading towards St. Gorman Blanket East Sorry early and Brownwood y'allPrepare for winds up to 70m per hour and large hail the size of golf balls as this line moves towards you and then we will have a monster storm. uh it's really going to approach Fort Worth here, but I think the worst of it is going to miss Fort Worth to the north, but this is a massive storm with 65 mph winds of 2 inch diameter hail now moving toward Bridgeport Danton. eventually maybe gainesville and mckenny have to keep an eye on this so some highly populated areas of texas north of dallas here appear to be under threat of a big storm as it moves towards you the storm along the river Ohio here in Kentucky, which was previously producing severe weather, has fallen below the severe limits.
We'll be watching for it to rise again as it heads towards Portsmouth. Get ready for some rain, some thunder, some lightning and they have now officially issued a severe thunderstorm warning for St Charles. Oallen and Chesterfield don't include downtown St. Louis yet, eh, but Olson is coming, hey Ryan, I'm a truck driver, my family is home in lton, Oklahoma, any chance you could fill us in on what that area has to offer? wait tonight? Large storms are developing around that area right now, the biggest threat will be hail. Well, we expect very, very large hail tonight across south central Oklahoma and central Oklahoma.
Jennifer White is starting them right here. in um uh with the young man watching and learning how to be prepared and not scared uh in severe weather situations I love this thank you so much for sending it one more time if you have any pictures of Hal, anything you want to share with me uh best The way to do it, If they can do it safely, of course, it's to do it on Twitter or X. My username is Ryan Hall. I'll also be posting most of the watches and stuff as they come out, so that'll be a good resource for you and you can follow the Storm Prediction Center and all of these Weather Service offices as I retweet them if you want to keep an honest profile.
Twitter is still, in my opinion, the best resource for live news, like things that happen quickly. the place to go Tracy, thank you so much Bridget, thank you Wyatt, thank you for being here for 20 months 20 months a big storm on the way to St Louis, that's what we've been focusing on right now Chris Hall is right here next door off the radar and as soon as we have a moment, we'll turn your camera all the way up so we can see that nasty storm moving toward the St. Louis area live. We have an update from Andy, come on, Andy, yes, Ryan really changes at speed.
In that storm you're looking at there's a pocket of 90 mph winds now showing up about 1,000 feet above the ground and in general I think that's a good rule of thumb to look at the speed and how we're approaching Chesterfield. everything is happening to them so I just lost my sight, but I crossed the Missouri River, not the Mississippi, the Missouri River, um, the impressive looking structure of this storm, um, let's try to get ahead of it a little bit to turn around and get another look and, uh, look. like give it another hour 30 minutes 30 minutes maybe and we'll try it I think we'll give it a good try I agree uh um that was Chris um continue Andy go ahead thank you sorry I'll never be able to hear it until it's too late and' I'm talking about him, everything It's okay.
A good rule of thumb. Actually, this is very serious. This is the most serious signature I've seen all day in terms of wind damaging potential. It's because a good rule of thumb is at 000 feet above the surface you can subtract about 10 mile per hour winds from the surface, in terms of what's actually happening, you know, on the ground, so I think we'll see a improvement. There is a considerable first improvement, but I do believe. This pocket of winds would actually warrant a destructive severe storm warning if it continues to appear like this, it is a type of wind that as you know will cause shingles to come off your roofs etc so make sure you are prepared for that and away from Windows with this storm as it updates as it hits the western suburbs, it's still pretty far away, we've got like 30m, 30 minutes or so before it hits Chesterfield Ellisville, you know, kind of a northern line south, but if it continues to show speeds like that that translate well to the surface, I would be concerned.
Thank you very much Meteorologist Andy Hill guys we are seeing a big storm move towards H St Louis. Chris Hall is there, he just intervened. He, he was telling us about that, let's listen to that again in case we missed any of that. Hi Ryan, it's Chris, we're approaching Chesterfield. I think it's passing them all, so I lost my sight, but I crossed the Missouri River, not the. Mississippi, the Missouri River, this storm looks impressive structure-wise, we're going to try to get ahead of it a little bit to turn around and get another view, and it looks like we'll give it about another hour, 30 minutes, 30 minutes, maybe , and I'll try, thank you, I'll try, okay, so Chris will continue with this storm and it looks like it will probably continue for quite a while as it traverses east into Illinois, um, and he'll have plenty of time to try. uh it continues to produce damaging winds, large hail and maybe even at some point, um, there is a small tornado threat that will come along with that, also, the lights are orange now, so we have some news from Elijah, come on, Elijah, hello Ryan. uh News N is currently reporting on a rope tornado on the ground near King Fisher Oklahoma oh wow okay thank you very much uh Elijah let's take a look at that storm uh the King Fisher Oklahoma storm looked pretty bad before um and wow, it continues to look extremely bad uh this one has the severe thunderstorm warning uh with a possible tornado label uh we have um oh yes I see it I see a photo of it in my uh uh feed um yes a possible tornado label in hail up to an inch and 3/4 70 mph winds and I think this has a tornado tourn, uh, with it right now, if what I'm seeing is current, um, then that's a pretty disturbing image, uh, this is close from King Fisher Oklahoma, if I had to guess where exactly the rotating part of the storm that could produce that would be, it's probably right around King Fisher, to be honest, so hopefully we'll get a tornado warning here. soon, if not, if you're watching this broadcast, your goal is to be more aware of the weather than if you were watching the regular news, so why not go ahead and be prepared for the weather as well and, um, go ahead and reach your safe? place since you are under a considerable severe storm warning anyway, a big storm is on King Fisher's doorstep and may still have a tornado associated with it, we had one just moments ago, I'll see if I can't get it out.
That's a picture of it, if I can find a place to do it, I don't see anything right now, but yeah, it can happen quickly. With these storms, it very well could have been a rope tornado on the ground near King Fisher. Oklahoma just a few moments ago I don't know we don't know if it's still there or not, but it's certainly a worrying situation for King Fisher Oklahoma, I think it might have gotten up, I think it might have gotten up by now, um, uh, but that's it. That's something really telling, this storm appeared a few moments ago, it's already producing tornadoes and it's getting stronger, well, and also when you inspect this storm on radar, it doesn't look like your traditional tornado generator, so these storms are going to be extra dangerous tonight as they are really primed and ready to go and maybe some of them will try to produce tornadoes before we can see them clearly, for their reflectivity and speed, such a big thank you to Elijah for directing our attention to That big storms are popping up around Oklahoma City, the biggest one is definitely the one near King Fisher.
There is huge hail falling right now. Another very interesting one is there north of Crescent, near Midway, which is having a big hail falling. We're probably going to get a new severe storm warning for Still Water Oklahoma here as soon as that storm looks as intense as some of the others around it. I'm also looking at a severe thunderstorm warning for Colony and it's Chris from my angle looking southwest. like now we have a decline associated with our storm that is over austere, okay, so you heard that from Chris, Chandra, if you can hear me, James McMullen, we need to make sure that that's its correct location because there is no storm. in Tulsa and just pointed the camera from him to uh Tulsa um and if Chris Hall is in the right spot, is he number three there or is the overlay still in bad shape?
Let me know in the text stream any information you can before I put this up on the live streams, but Chris is saying that he's seeing a dip now associated with the big storm that's moving toward St. Louis, so let's go. to keep your feet up and let's uh I'm going to pick it up as soon as I park and point us over there okay sounds good so we have a storm that is capable of producing tornadoes here near King Viser. We've already seen it happen once, according to news9 there was a live view of it there, um, so this storm will continue towards Crescent in Simmeron City, new severe storm warning, uh, for both storms we were talking about up here for Perry, uh, that's going to be 70 mph winds along I35 here between Perry and Langston, get ready, it's going to be a rough ride on the interstate for the next few hours, significant severe thunderstorm warning for Garfield Logan and pay counties in Oklahoma, the storm moving toward um St.
Louis continues to look extremely impressive on radar for the speed, uh, it looks like there are really strong winds around Augusta, uh, moving toward Klondike St Alban, Melrose Fox Creek right now at 70 mph, there could be gusts even higher than that, though, uh, so be prepared for some. potentially destructive winds in challenge St Albin Melrose Fox Creek Wildwood and Ellisville in areas just west of St Louis Deja Vu this is very similar uh situation we were following a big nasty storm coming into St Louis not long ago live it felt like it took forever to get there and Chris Hall was there waiting for him Andy go ahead hey Ryan that merger near Jefferson City Missouri is now complete and with the merger the resulting updraft from the combined storm is now stronger south of uh , the city in the south of the Metro, near Wardsville, about to receive some pretty incredible hail.
We can see hail spikes from the St Lewis radar, indicating that its impact, the radar beams collide with some pretty strong hail and actually hit the ground. hail and coming back at a delayed rate, so I think there is very large hail and also a mesocyclone or rotating part of the storm associated with this merged supercell now, so I would expect, or I suppose it is very possible that this will be severe. The thunderstorm warning could be updated if it is updated to destructive for um probably for hail first, so s uh Sirens may sound depending on how local Emergency Management Services respond to the updated severe storm warning levels, if that happens at any time.
You know going forward that's why in these areas of Oage County and Cole County in Missouri, I guess I wouldn't be surprised by a tornado warning with this either as this rotating part of the storm is significant. It doesn't appear to be too distorted by all the hail that is present in the storm. I think this has a legitimate rotation, so if we get a tornado warning, it would be pretty preventive because it's far from radar. uh but those are the reasons and what I'm thinking for this storm okay thank you very much meteorologist Andy Hill shifting our attention here to the big storm that is currently impacting Jefferson City and currently really impacting areas just south of Jefferson City nearby. wardsville, that's a Hil and a half core right there and you can see the hell Spike, uh, that Andy was talking about, indicates very large hail there, currently the warning is for inches and 3/4 1 inch and 3/4 hail and winds of 60 m per hour.
I would expect that we would probably get hail. Bigger stones than that, but even if not, we will receive many of them at once. We're getting a hail shower here in Wardsville, um, but I. I would expect to see very large hail in places like Schubert Taos or oage or Osage City Loose Creek and potentially even capos Mill and Frankenstein here before too long and also this storm looks pretty strong I mean look at it hey Ryan it's Brad I just want Le I do know that we are descending south right now toward the Columbia area and then heading east on Interstate 70.
I think that's what it is toward Warrington, um, that storm south of Jefferson City, uh, that It needs to be a tornado. I would treat that as atornado warning. I'm seeing things there that show we have very good circulation on that t. Tado's own tracker, Brad Arnold, agrees, saying this seems like something that could, you know, warrant a tornado warning. here south of Jefferson City tornado tracker Brad Arnold is here near Mobberly looks like he's going to go after that one now um as it is uh he's focused on it but look at this, the rotation um looks really impressive uh on the radar remember which are very far away from this storm in U uh currently because the closest radar site is quite far away so we're looking a little bit higher up in the storm, but many times we've seen this happen before you know if They're spinning very hard. strength at the top and they have a presentation like this many times, at some point like this, that can transfer towards the surface and we end up getting a tornado, so, you know, many times in situations like Now we get a cautionary tornado warning , so I wouldn't be at all surprised to see that.
I would also be very surprised if we didn't see some sort of improvement in the warning here because I think there will probably be much larger hail. Um with this more than the size of a golf ball, but hey, we're about to get some reports from Wardsville. I'm pretty sure there's a decently populated area just south of Jefferson City and we'll know exactly what's going on there, but I would prepare myself, I'd really be careful if I'm downstream from this towards the south and east of Jefferson City near Lynn um to the gas grenade Morrison G Herman, you guys have a monstrous storm heading your way and if I'm not mistaken, this is probably our most worrying looking storm yet, so definitely, be prepared for that, it's a dangerous looking storm.
Let's go back and take a look at some others we haven't forgotten about you down here. In southwest Missouri, they have a severe thunderstorm warning for you there in Jericho Springs. That storm seems pretty manageable right now, although compared to the one in Jefferson City, what about our storms in Oklahoma? How are you doing? The big storm over here. near King Fisher that produced a tornado um uh it's now moving towards Crescent it's no longer producing a tornado we don't believe you but it's still producing very large hail probably a golf ball siiz Hill uh as it moves towards the big storm Marshall also moving towards Morrison and in calm waters, there will be 70m per hour winds in Oklahoma City, you're hearing the thunder, you're seeing the lightning, you know, it looks like it's about to storm, but the big storm you're hearing is probably it's just going to float westward, we're watching, or northward, I should say, we're watching very closely for storms further south and west, for the ones that could end up, you know, hitting you later in Texas, look here, the northwest side of Fort Worth is under a considerable, I believe, severe storm warning, an inch and a quarter of hail, 65 M per hour winds, a fin position somewhat out of a valley, um, just to the south from Chesterfield uh looking at what I can of this storm you're looking at the um what would be a hook echo on this so let's see here while we can see how this acts in the next moment. coming right at us, a really impressive view of that storm coming into St Louis from Chris, there you can see the Monster, uh, as it gets closer to it, it looks like the lightning activity is increasing um, so uh, a focus Absolutely professional of Chris to get out in front of this storm and give us this stunning view and of course I think he's going to let it hit him here so we can see the impacts of exactly what's happening on that or he could try to stay ahead because once again it looks like this is going to be some kind of long haul supercell that we'll be dealing with for quite a while well into Illinois, tons of hail, uh, by the way, Looking at a wall of hail somewhere in the Right side of your screen, a little further south in Texas, we have another storm that's probably producing really strong winds just west of Stevensville, winds of 70 m per hour. uh the speed looks very impressive uh I would prepare myself in uh Desd Mona Texas and the highway 8 corridor between desona and Stevensville lingal Ville is included in that Hannibal huckabay uh get ready it's going to be a very nasty storm uh in Texas, a couple more storms heading towards kamanche hey R it's Brad again um also noticing something in this Jefferson City storm we have a streak of uh hail coming through the storm indicating that a very very large hail radar has detected up to three and a uh 3 and 3/4 inches or 3 and 3/4 inches of hail uh on that, even if it doesn't produce a tornado, it's enough to damage property and cause injuries if you're outside, absolutely that's Brad Arnold he continues his descent down the highway 63 in Missouri trying to get there, you're trying to stay ahead of this storm that's going through Jefferson City, I don't know if once you get to Colombia you'll take I70 east and then head south, but the storm is moving moving relatively fast, not a very fast storm, it's moving east at 35 miles per hour, so it should be able to get ahead there if it just lurches a little east on I70. but that's what I mean, once again, this is the most impressive signing we've seen on the radar today, big hail, big hail, uh, moving to Worlds Ville and Taos now and we still have all that rotation, they updated the warning we have 2 in hail, 70 mph winds, this severe storm warning still considerable for uh L lown crook Min Hill Fredericksburg uh chamoy and Lynn, get ready, it's going to be a strong storm that will come through a lot of lightning activity, hail, rain , the nine big storms on the move Also in St Louis, I would say we will soon get a new warning here that includes downtown St Louis.
You will probably have the same parameters around 2 inch diameter hail and 60 mph winds causing a lot of damage. in a place like St Louis, so if you have the ability to put your car under a garage, a car shed, whatever and you live in downtown St Louis, you might want to do it now before it's too late and the storm is considerable. Sere for Garfield King Fisher, Logan and Noble counties in Oklahoma, here is a photo of Chris from the PowerHouse sale moving to the St Louis Powerhouse. In fact, I have pictures, videos that you want to send to Twitter or X, oh, I have a video of the tornado near King Fisher.
I'm retweeting it now, I can't share it, I want to protect the copyright of these storm chasers, uh, but it's retweeted on Twitter there, if you want to see that little danger noodle there, it seems like it was brief and mostly not It was detected by Missouri radar, that is. one of them is pretty big uh hellstone from br thanks for sending it this is once again ene missouri that's why we want you to come in you don't want to get hit in the head okay andy go ahead , thank you. Ryan is still watching the storm south and east of Jefferson City, another pretty tight speed couplet there that I think is legit based on its location lines up with reflectivity so again I wouldn't be surprised if we get a tornado warning .
For those who have simply entered the stream in the last 10 to 15 minutes since I previously talked about this storm, we are looking at about 6,000 feet above the surface, so it is pretty far out there, but if there is a tornado warning for the storm, this is why we can, we can look at it on the radar and it looks pretty concerning here, so give us a heads up, be careful for most of Oage County here, ahead of time, thank you. Thank you very much, Meteorologist Andy Hill, bringing to our attention this monster storm south and east of Jefferson City.
What you are seeing is a very tainted view of the Velocity couplet that is promoting this. A new tornado war warning has been issued. I just left Cole in Oage County, Missouri. A big thank you to the weather machine. Andy is there to let us know about this call. We talked about it several minutes ago. As always, we love having Andy here. This is a new tornado. warning for West faia Lynn Loose Creek Potts, Judge and Crook in Missouri, this is the first tornado warning of the day and rightfully so, it's a very concerning pair of speeds even at 4,000 feet that is definitely worthy of the warning, so if I'm in West Faia I'm sheltering in place uh right now uh this will probably move somewhere between the intersection of Highway 50 and Highway 63 and Rich Fountain and then it will move and draw a line from there all the way past Lynn Crook and Mint Hill. pretty much parallel or at least crossing highway 50 several times um on its way east once again tornado warning for Cole in those Sage counties in Missouri sry just one okay so if you're just tuning in we have our First tornado warning of the day, here in Missouri.
It is associated with the storm just south and east of Jefferson City. Not only does the storm have a probable tornado or developing tornado, but it also has hail 2 inches in diameter. a huge nasty hail storm, uh, get ready, uh, in Frankenstein Lown Crook and strange and deer, that's why we have a similar storm here in St Louis, um, it's not rotating as much, actually, not as much, um, but It's still very intense, uh, and it's moving in the general direction of downtown St. Louis right now it's carrying 3/4 inch, golf ball size hail and 60 M per hour winds.
This will be a damaging storm as long as you know so much infrastructure and so many things. in the path of a storm like that, uh, it can cause a lot of problems, a power outage, um, if the hail is actually the size of a golf ball, we're talking about some damage from that, so get ready, it's coming for you too in St Louis and We also have to continue to watch this one very closely because of its rotation. This one has the ability to be in the environment where it could very well start trying to produce a tornado here very soon.
Okay, tornado warning there for Co. County to the south and west a little bit we still have that severe storm warning for Newport and Jericho Springs uh and we have a lot of severe storm warnings here in Texas uh we'll walk you through. of all of them after Hear Elijah, go ahead, Elijah, hey Ryan, uh, so, Emergency Management in Washington, Missouri, uh, this is the storm heading towards St Louis, met with the Metro, on this right now there are several downed trees and branches that are 12 inches in diameter on the west side of Washington, that have been photographed, okay, thank you very much, Elijah, for that, so that shows you how intense some of the winds are with this storm 12 inches in diameter, tree branches, that's pretty significant and once The storm moves once again to an area with more infrastructure.
We have power lines and things here that will cause a lot more problems once I get to Chesterfield, once I get to Maryland Heights, Des dep Stop or sorry. I'm not sure if I'm saying that right, but around Kirkwood and Sunset Hills there are 60 mph winds, a golf ball, hail moving around and one thing leads to another, we have power outages, we have traffic problems and all that kind of stuff. things, so I hope everyone in St. Louis is prepared for the big storm that's coming, which, you know, thanks to Elijah, we now know has a history of doing damage, so, Lyn and West faia, you guys are under a tornado warning, but we still go. to get back to that after the next radar scan, uh let's take a look at our storms in Ohio, sorry Oklahoma, these storms also have a history of producing tornadoes, we also had a small danger of a noodle coming out of the storm near Crescent, it would happen again towards King Fisher, but it's still there, it's fine, and it still has the opportunity or the potential to do it.
Possible tornado, inch and a half hail, 70 mph winds moving towards uh mu mohal um and then we have a big storm up here. Morrison is moving towards Pawy, uh, and that one has the capacity to produce inch hail and 70 M per hour winds, very busy, very busy, we only have one tornado warning, but we have so many severe thunderstorm warnings, many of them are here in Texas. A big storm is hitting the northwest side of Fort Worth right now, an old quarter size hail with 65 mph winds the size of a quarter, it looks like downtown Fort Worth is going to be lost, but Springtown will be hit by the core of hail right here in a minute and then this could go towards Denton and Flower Mound later and then beyond that we have uh Stevensville um god seriously, this is also one of the strongest storms uh currently happening in this moment um winds of 70 m per hour inch and a half hail, I would.
I won't be surprised to see winds even stronger than that here near StevensvilleLingleville and Hucka Bay Texas, get ready, this is a very strong storm, and then in Brownwood, you are under a severe storm warning, plus a lot of power outages are starting to appear. in Texas Behind these storms, so not many, there are a couple hundred people in each county, but that's just a consequence of us having some damage to power lines and things like that. Tornado warning continues for Lynn, that's Cole County and Osage, Missouri, Stevenville, sorry. I said it wrong I knew I would uh here's another view of that big storm uh coming into uh St Louis from Willie Beard uh it was on ethern Road south of Chesterfield that's a sinister looking storm coming in there thanks for sending that to Willie oh wow Here is a video from Jefferson Missouri of the intense hail happening there.
This is coming from Hayden in Toa's Missouri, south of Jefferson, so it's right smack dab in the middle of the hail core there and you can see it. as if it is falling in volumes like a lot of hail, it is accumulating on the ground, a similar situation is possible, very soon in Loose Creek, Lown Crook and Mint Hill, you are also under a tornado warning, now keep that in mind account, thank you. You, Hayden, go ahead, Andy, thanks Ryan. I wanted to talk briefly about the St. Louis storm. There's something very interesting about it that we can observe on the radar because it's so close to where the radar is that we're just scanning.
Know? At 100 hundred feet up as hail surrounds the storm, check out the golf ball sized hail report that is from a National Weather Service employee so we know the size is accurate, near Chesterfield Missouri, check out how it is outside the core of highest reflectivity that we see. Basically, it looks like this golf ball fell hail where it doesn't rain, so this tells us that you know it doesn't have the storm, it doesn't have to be on you for the elements of it to be, you know, thrown around. Off the side of the storm and still be potentially damaging and that's why we have these warning boxes from the National Weather Service that say, hey, you know, anywhere in this warning box that we put out there are still dangerous storm conditions. severe and there you have it. uh, I actually don't remember the last time I saw golf ball sized hail fall, you know, maybe a thousand feet away from where the pinks are on the radar, so the dark GRS and the pinks don't , the hail is actually being thrown sideways. of the storm, so, um, let it be a lesson that you know it's not all one to one, what you're looking at on the radar.
Thank you very much, uh, Andy, um, hail, report here to the southeast of Chesterfield, um, and hell, as a core. You can see widespread impacts here even outside of the brightly colored areas on the radar and as Andy said, this is one of the reasons we get these big box warnings and not more precise warning indicators that follow the very specific path of reflectivity, so that's cool, that's something very interesting right there, um, but big hail, science, hey, it's Brad again. I'm watching that storm heading to St Louis too with the hail, uh, but if you look, if you go and look. in the um, the terminal radar uh T STL um, you have door to door.
Cuts that out, so I wouldn't be surprised at all to see a tornado in that, still, it's not going to show up because it's very close to radar there, but if you look at the radar from the airport, it shows it fine, so, yeah, the storm it's spinning a bit here near Chesterfield too, so there's a lot going on, there's a lot going on here. with our storm near St Louis, that is visible simply because we are very close to it with our radar site here, so there are a lot of things to pay attention to here, the storm is capable of producing a tornado, but the main thing is TRUE.
Now I think there will be hail and wind, uh, but everyone definitely be careful. Downriver here Maryland Heights Ferguson, fluorescent Spanish Lake, just like our storm in um, back in Jefferson City, it's basically in the same environment, um, it has the ability to We're trying to quell a tornado here soon, so we need to be prepared. for that just in case and by the way, St Louis Downtown St Louis is now officially under a severe storm warning. The golf ball is officially 1.75 in hail, uh or larger. You might want to prepare in St. Louis for that, as that could cause some major problems.
Also Jennings Ferguson Clayton in Spanish Lake St. Charles. fluorescent, get ready everyone and then you know what's crazy, the tornado warns that it will strike right behind, that one will probably try to run towards St Louis too, um, so it won't be over for you all as soon as that storm is over, you all have to keep going looking at this one and what's happening here, let's look at some other storms. There is quite a bit of available convective potential bubbling up here in southeastern Kansas if a storm can get out it will probably be a big one.
Right now we don't have much to do there. Storms are really taking off in Oklahoma, but very quickly they are merging and freezing. in multi-cell clusters and almost a Squall line feature is eventually trying to, you know, form out of this, but we have a lot of severe thunderstorm warnings right now, possible tornado with that warning in Perry, uh, I have a new one too severe storm warning here in uh bing Binger or Binger in Hinton Oklahoma that's going to bring about an inch and a quarter of hail, get ready for that the lights are green, I mean it's time to talk to Andy, go ahead Andy, yeah, Ryan.
I'm trying hard with this storm here near Chesterfield Missouri west of St Louis. I can't tell if there is a tornado going on or not with this, but there is definitely a much tighter rotation that I think is legitimate, especially if we go up and lean on the speed scans, we can see that it is present there. I think it's a concerning enough signature for, you know, a tornado warning call from the national weather service, so if this gets a tornado warning coming into St. Louis County. there's your attention, um, if this tight rotation area continues to appear.
I'm also trying to look at it from the terminal radar, but the problem is that the terminal radar has to go through a lot of heavy precipitation so the beam and the data are fading and I can't tell if we really have, you know, a circulation of tornadoes developing here just outside of Chesterfield Missouri, so I would say be careful ahead of time, this is something incredibly difficult to diagnose. here and we need some ground tests and reports as well as continuous radar scans, very good, thank you very much, Andy, meteorologist Andy, drawing our attention to this small part of the storm that is moving towards St Louis, Brad mentioned it before .
I've been looking at this for quite some time, but it seems like you know some of the more recent radar scans are looking pretty suspicious, and then you know we may have a tornado trying to form in this part of the storm. We'll see if we get a tornado warning for that, if we do, if we get a tornado warning that'll set the sirens going off in St. Louis, so go ahead and prepare for the possibility of that happening. I know for sure yet, um, but um, it's a possibility here, it's definitely a storm capable of producing a tornado, we have Chris Hall, um, out there, he's got a good view, um, you can see his living feet above me head, you're trying to go to a parking lot or something with a more static view of the base of the storm, we also have Freddy McKinny out there um and um we just got the tornado warning there, a new tornado warning has been issued there okay so uh new tornado warning this includes tornado warning for downtown St Louis now for downtown St Louis a new tornado warning has been issued Clayton Jennings Ferguson Maryland Height Mar Maryland Heights sorry God mine, we have another new tornado warning in Ohio, why do I continue? doing that in Oklahoma uh for Morrison and Glenco uh this is going to be uh in Oklahoma it's going to be Noble and Payne counties Oklahoma shelter in place now St Louis County Missouri shelter in place now let's hear from Chris here he knows about the morning Chris is Sirens going off and do you see something?
No. I was going to try to stop by St. Louis and watch it go through the city, but now it's starting to look like this. I turned around on 64, right? It's sirens right now, but I'm also on the interstate. Oh, I'll let you know something here in about five minutes. I'm going to do it again, uh, I think we have Freddy McKenny on the line too, I think. can we talk to him uh Freddy uh we have you detained here we see that you're in St Louis um a lot of people are worried um just wondering if you're seeing something uh if you're hearing the sirens going off um Yeah, I just wanted to hear your opinion on what's going on. in the St.
Louis area, let me know whenever you get this to see if Fred gets that message and we'll hear from him if you're in now. Tuning in we have a tornado warning uh for St Louis County of Missouri almost 800,000 people are on that warning um a lot of uh uh a lot of people are on this once again Maryland Heights Clayton Hi Ryan, you have a minute here's Freddy and oh no , you I have a minute, yeah Hunter, go ahead, hey, I'm currently in this tornado warning approaching Glenco Oklahoma, there's a cloud on the wall right behind me.
I'm trying to get a little more e so you guys turn around and give this broadcast. Well, that's what I'm seeing, I don't see much rotation, but anyway it's a wall cloud, okay, so Chasers in the storm in Oklahoma, we'll have it back on the screen here in just a couple of seconds. Andy has it too. something for us, go ahead, Andy, yeah, Ryan. I believe to the best of my ability that there is a tornado on the ground east of Chesterfield Missouri. I look at the corallation coefficient, drop there and decide for yourself, go up a couple of inclines.
It seems very consistent, so I would say there's a tornado underway just north of I64 and west of Crec or um whatever you pronounce that Knack front in St Louis County. Yes, the sirens worked. Yes, sirens, we are moving towards University City. Now it's okay, Chris Hall, you've got a pretty good view of the base of the storm there, hopefully you'll get us back on that. I just saw, oh, that's Hunter, that's Hunter, okay, the name just changed. Hunter is in the storm in Oklahoma. we're going to get to it in a second this is what Andy was talking about well, we have a little drop in the correlation coefficient right here.
I'm going to circle it and you know it's there if it goes up a couple inclines as well, which means you know they're consistent stacked on top of each other as you go up with the height, um, let's change it to speed and yeah, there. The speed couplet is the same, in line with what it seems. It may be some kind of RFD increase in reflectivity, but we're so close to the radar and things are so spread out here that it's hard to tell exactly what's going on, but that's enough to agree with Andy's assessment that this It is probable. sign of a tornado that is hitting now or was near Chester Field, will continue to move east, northeast, or generally east toward the area between olette and Maryland Heights, at the next moment if it is down, so I need you to take shelter we need you to take shelter if you're anywhere here um near Villa Dorado Drive ascalon Overland uh olent Venta Park any of these places will be right in the path of where that tornado is trying to go if it's still on the ground the tornado is tracking populated areas, we believe, um, based on some very contaminated radar images, because we are very close, we are very close to the radar site, um, sometimes it is difficult for you to know to give us a clear picture, but we believe, based on from everything we've seen, that something is happening here east of Chesterfield, south of Benbush, and we know that the national weather service has issued a tornado warning for everyone.
These areas in the purple polygon here, so we need everyone to get to the shelter quickly, get to the shelter very quickly, let's see here, I don't know where, we still have Chris, hopefully we can get there. Okay, okay, so Chris is. five, we're just waiting for the names to change, we've got Chris Hall and Freddy McKenna in St Louis. I'm waiting for one of them to turn, they're both driving right now, obviously it's hard to chase them in St Louis. but I'm waiting for one of them to turn around and tell us. This is Sten.
I'm not sure if you've noticed it yet, but I think I saw what was a debris signature heading towards Cre Cor. I am currently about to be. on the 27th heading south towards this uh we need to get Steven up we also need his current Steven okay so that was Steven um he is very close to the tornado uh right now uh Freddy mckenny is also pretty close to him new information this tornado warning has been issued updated Hi Ron, we are heading west, we are in downtown St. Louis.I'm probably done, but it's time to head down for my visual right now, okay, we had a great time coming down from Chris Hall's visual, now we have a confirmed tornado warning. from the National Weather Service let me read the damaging tornado Radar Radar confirmed, so we have a radar confirmed a tornado warning for St.
Louis. Well, we probably have a tornado on the ground here near Westwood or Maryland Heights moving toward Overland. and olette uh we need everyone to take shelter now if you are in that area as well Downriver uh towards Ferguson and Clayton uh you are under threat here for a tornado warning or a potential tornado as it moves east as well uh The coefficient of Correlation showed the debris signal a moment ago and it's still there for the most part, so we think this tornado could still be low as it approaches the area between Maryland Heights and all that.
Freddy Mckin has Got a great view of what I think it would be: The actual base of the storm trees is on the way the wall is in the way, so I'm not sure exactly if we see anything making contact with the ground , but we also have uh Chris Hall and Stephen are also in St Louis who will give us another point of view once again if you're just tuning in a confirmed tornado warning for St Louis Missouri, here's a video of uh it's going to be a storm of very sinister appearance in motion. in St Louis you can hear the sirens going off in the background yeah that's a downer right there once again I'll appreciate you sending that but if you're in St Louis if you're under a tornado warning right now. please take shelter oh Freddy McKenna we need to go check it out right there it's where we need to look for a possible tornado and we now have a significant severe thunderstorm warning for Logan and Noble County Oklahoma so thanks for sending us . that now seek shelter if you are in St Louis County, Missouri, you need to get to your safe place right now, where we have a life, we have multiple angles of this, so we can definitely see exactly what it is.
Continuing with our storm chasers, once again we have Freddy here, Chris Hall is also in St Louis and live storm chaser Stephen is in St Louis Missouri, all three giving us different points of view. I don't see a tornado right now um, but that doesn't mean there isn't a Talent, hey Ryan, I have a dirty wall cloud directly in front of me. I'm south on 270 uh I just passed or about to pass exit 15 okay so he um South on 270 about to H pass the exit near Maryland Heights and you can see it very clearly in front of him uh , we have a dirty wall cloud, so call it, this could be the remains of what produced the damage signature that we saw before, um, and it's no longer down, but you know the storm is capable of producing another tornado here soon, as the radar continues to search, we have another little feature here near Maryland Heights that could try to become our next transfer, um, uh. rotation there as it moves towards St an and St John's and Overland, everyone here in St Louis County, Missouri, needs to shelter in place, um Elijah, what do you have for us?
So the Missouri Department of Transportation webcams are showing that people are currently Tak Soy Chris visually. I don't see anything currently. I'm right next to where he would be if he were down. I'm on I 10 at exit 1. I want to think, are we looking up right now, no. I don't have any visuals at the moment, so I'll let you know if it changes, but right now nothing is right. So Chris gives us a nice view of the storm there in Missouri, St. Louis and Elijah, go ahead and continue, if you had anything else, then Missouri. I didn't have anything else.
Okay, thanks Elijah. So, we have reports from the Missouri Department of Transportation. We have multiple storm chasers in it. Ground here we know exactly what's going on despite our lack of radar clarity um so, you know, this is a big storm headed for St Louis, we need everyone to take shelter right now. I don't see a tornado, do I? Now, which is good news, but I see a feature that is very capable of producing a tornado at any time. That descent there could be the shape of the process of forming another tornado. it's moving toward Maryland Heights look at this, you see this, we're so close to the radar that even a little feature like that could be indicative of a new area of ​​rotation if we go to a correlation coefficient, you see the deep blue here that's not debris that It's a sign of a growing influx into the storm, so, um, it would make sense if it was trying to be our next spot, we'd have to keep an eye out for possible rotation, so it's cycling, um, it's trying, it's not succeeding. right now, but she's certainly trying and We're going to continue to watch her as she moves.
In fact, in the last few frames it looks like most of the storm will extend north and west of downtown St. Louis, now in downtown St. Louis. You are still under a tornado warning. It's okay, we want you in your safe place, but I hope you know that what was just slashed in downtown St. Louis is no longer under a tornado warning. You can get out of your safe. Spot um, but here in Ferguson and Jennings you're still under that tornado warning and you need to be in your shelter right now. Stepen is fatter right below oh my god he's right below the spinning wall cloud inspecting it from behind looking directly above we're right next to where he would be if he was down we got a pretty decent drop off uh we see a little bit of rotation, nothing big at the moment, but we'll keep our eyes peeled on this now, okay, so Stephen.
Freddy and H Chris are doing a fantastic All-Star job of keeping us up to date on exactly what's happening with this tornado supercell moving towards St Louis right now, because at the last minute here it's going a little bit north. It looks like most of the storm will miss downtown St. Louis, but Ferguson, Jennings and Overland are now next in line for a potentially serious situation here as it attempts to produce another tornado. Here's another amazing photo of um Alec. from south of Interstate 64 and west of 270 just a really ominous looking storm here y'all and here's another look at the ominous storm from storm chaser Freddy mckeny that's cool um he had a really good view sinister of that, we will do it.
We'll get back to that. It looks like there's a pretty large cloud deck associated with this as well, so we'll come back to that in a moment, but for now, if you're just tuning in, we've got three professional storm chasers. the ground right next to the rotating part of this storm in St. Louis waiting for it to produce another tornado, if it does, you'll learn about it here first. There is no possible way for you to know that we have it covered like this. so many angles here look at this here is Freddy's view of the storm wow amazing structure there still that's the storm that's moving through St Louis on the north side I really think that little extra leg that showed up there will be ours Next opportunity in the rotation, so, yes, we have U.
Can we please put Freddy and Chris in spots one and two? Can we flip the bottom three and put them in the top three? I know it's a bother, I'm sorry. but it would help me a lot if we could flip the bottom three and the top three Chandra Hunter Hurley is Hi Ron, we're looking right at this bandage look right now, exactly where it would be if it was tied up and Chris Hall has a uh, a view of the swivel part. from the storm also it seems to me that the storm is cycling and is not producing a tornado at this time um but you are still under a tornado warning and Ferguson and Jennings so take shelter immediately please.
We have another tornado warning here in Oklahoma. It seems to me that the storm that produced that tornado warning is no longer showing the same type of signs as before, so that's good news. I believe the tornado warning will be allowed to expire at least within the next 5 to 10 minutes. It looks like a dag on a spaceship over St. Louis. From Steven's point of view, Holy smokes, Hi Ryan, you might be able to answer this for me. I know. I apologize for bringing this up now. This about chance went through a hook transfer? I'm noticing a very large dip now to my northwest, uh, out and visibly rotating like a crest to my northwest, Chris, that's what we're assuming. based on the little radar information we have at this angle, but yeah, yeah, your image here provides, I think there's enough evidence to say that's exactly what's happening, so there you have it guys, Chris Hall is giving a live look, says Brad Arnold.
Right now, but I'm Chris, I'm alive, look at another big drop here, with the storm, that could be our next chance to see this thing, try to rotate such a powerful storm, look at this, so our original area of ​​concern was here , This is. the original hook including Into the Storm and now maybe this is our next area of ​​concern and that's what Chris has his camera on right now so he's not done yet here in the northern part of St Louis towards Jennings and uh. Northwoods, uh, maybe we have another part of the storm trying to spin and produce a tornado, don't let your guard down, stay in your safe place, even from this angle, you can see that part of the storm is spinning, so that It's a pretty sinister sight north of St.
Louis. This is just a perfect example of why it is so important to have storm chasers. We wouldn't know half the details we're getting here without them because the radar is so polluted right now. angle if you're just tuning in this is a live look at um to uh developing a situation where we have a tornado warning north of St Louis Missouri this is storm chaser Chris Hall giving us a look at the part of the storm that be producing a tornado um it's not right now but it looks like it's trying we have three storm chasers in Missouri right now in the St lysis area Steven is one of them Chris is one of them we also have Freddy McKenna uh let's go jump back and forth between all of them, we also have a storm chaser in Oklahoma about the tornado storm there, so we will contact him as well, I just want to let you know as well, this is No longer indicating a radar warning of confirmed tornado, but I'm hoping that if this hook continues trying to do what it's been doing, we may see another confirmed warning here soon.
Here's a photo of Freddy McKinna with the big storm behind St. Louis. and the great arch of St Louis ARS, there is a door to the west, a very strong and ominous storm moving towards the St Louis area, on the north side, while Freddy is on Interstate 70 trying to stay in front of it stuff. Hi Ron, I'm Chris. hook or that the view of that just looks like it's tried to slow down completely uh but the hook the original hook oh man that's come together quick let's go after that here okay so a rapidly changing environment here with our storm In St.
Louis, it's a good thing we have professional storm chasers Chris Hall Stephen and Freddy out there giving us all this invaluable information from the ground. The tornado warning in Oklahoma was allowed to expire and now we have new information from Andy. So Andy, go ahead, thanks Ryan, actually, in that St Louis storm, you could go ahead and look to the northeast of the terminal radar, there's a little sneaky rotation there that's just been increasing every minute, uh, a from those really quick scans of the terminal's radar. you can't see it very well from the Doppler, so go ahead and look at it from the terminal, you'll see a very tight rotation.
I wouldn't be surprised if that gets a warning, it's heading towards, uh, you know, heading north, north, north, northeast. so actually closer to the state line here near Grafton and Elsa on the Illinois side you should keep an eye out for this circulation if you get a warning okay thank you very much Andy for that we're going to go. Let's go back to this map and we're going to try to inspect as much as possible for all of you, this is, yes, this is what we're talking about here, look how small it is, good eye, good eye, Andy, this is another interesting situation.
Up here near Elsa Once Again, an unstable white corn, Lock Haven and Piaza Hills, in a part of the storm that you wouldn't normally look at, in terms of, you know, trying to figure out where a tornado is with something like this. but there you go, that's a very good indication that we have something trying to join up there near Powers Road south of Highway 94, near the white corn, get ready, that could be a problem for the next few minutes as it goes up towards Lock. Haven and Elsa, right along the Missouri-Illinois state line, we'll double check that too, that's crazy, the big base of the storm, the part where our storm chasers arestorms, still looks impressive, here near Ferguson. and Jennings big hail moving towards fluorescent and um Spanish Lake right now but down here this is what all of our storm chasers have in mind um this is the part that could be trying to produce a new tornado as it moves once again towards Illinois downstream area Edwardsville Illinois Collinsville uh Grant Fork this is where the storm is headed uh you are currently under a severe storm warning that expires in one hour for an inch and a half of hail and 200 ft per hour winds Brad Arnold is running down I70 to get in front of this other storm that produced a tornado warning near Jefferson City this storm is still rotating it still looks really impressive it still has a hook um so we'll see what happens with that as this will also eventually try to do this there towards St Louis, so there will be a train of strong storms that will pass through the St Louis area over the next few hours.
If you're looking right now from St Louis, you have the downtown area, miss for this. one um and it's about to end in many areas on the north side, but this is going to be a long night of severe weather for you. I just want you to know that you will have an hour break between this storm and the next one and then there will be more behind it that at some point could even become a flash flood risk with all the rain you will receive, so keep in mind that it doesn't end when this storm ends, we currently only have one tornado warning and it's the one here for St Louis County, Missouri.
Wow, look at the hail accumulation in Maryland Heights. This is from Vinnie. He sent me this on Twitter. It's a lot of hail. It looks like it's snowy. I want to send me pictures like that if you can do it sa GPS is currently set to Jennings uh if there was any rotation it's just to my north and if so it's raining as of now Chris Hall reports that the base part of the storm is no longer visible because it's enveloped in rain, so if there's a funnel forming or something, we won't necessarily know right away.
Here's another incredible look at the ominous storm near Manchester Missouri. Honestly, it's a beautiful storm, but also a scary looking storm as it passes over the north side of St. Louis, Missouri, now moving toward Illinois. The Spanish lake is about to be hit by heavy hail. Same story for you guys over there towards Oldenburg. and roxan in Illinois this is what's coming because you still have the big hook on the radar rotation right there we'll see if this tries to produce another tornado um as it moves north and east on Ryan Hall all of you on Twitter yeah Yeah If you want to send me stuff, feel free to tag me in newsworthy stuff and be sure to tag your local weather forecast office too.
If you send me new reports, things that have not yet been reported elsewhere. In 14 minutes, we have this. Storm Prediction Center update training super sales will continue along a warm front from eastern Missouri to far western Indiana this afternoon in a big way, uh, hail wind, tornado and flash flooding threat for everyone in that big red circle there, andy, go ahead, hey Ryan, I'm looking at two cells in northern northeastern Oklahoma right now, one of them near Stillwater, yeah, just north and east of Stillwater, Oklahoma are It's come together pretty quickly with some rotation and now a pretty tight rotation from door to door, we wouldn't be surprised if I saw a tornado warning and it's a bit of an uncomfortable part of the storm so I question its validity as a radar analysis person and the other one you'll see is definitely just to the northeast and that's Chun and hail storm with a very wide rotation but pretty strong on both parts of the rotation on both sides so I'm watching both storms right now and there's no warning of twister.
I wouldn't be surprised if we saw a tornado warning with that yet. water storm heading north and east toward gleno and Pon Oklahoma, just because we got the latest tornado warning in Oklahoma, very close to the same location, so the conditions in the atmosphere seem to be favorable, right there, very well thank you. Lots of guys, that was a meteorologist Andy Hill brought to our attention from St Louis Missouri, here in Oklahoma, this is a big system, we have widespread severe weather here, rotation south of Gleno, moving towards West Point, which definitely I find it worrying.
I'll see if we get a couple more frames of that, if we get a tornado warning from the National Weather Service. I think one of our storm chasers is near that storm, let me see exactly where it is, yes it's just to the south. pony, so let's take a look at his feed right now. This is a live look at storm chaser Hunter Hurley with a huge lightning bolt there, he's pointing us toward the spinning storm that he might try to produce. a tornado here soon, if you're not trying right now, it also seems like a situation where if it's producing a tornado or if it will in the near future, it could be a rain wrapped tornado, so definitely if that warning comes here it wants to take shelter very, very quickly, and another thing is, both storms, the one coming towards Yale, Maramec and Glenco, and the big one here to the north that goes towards Blackburn and Homon, are not only capable of producing tornadoes, but, Man, these are huge producers of hail and damaging winds too, so everyone needs to pay attention to those severe thunderstorm warnings, even if we don't get tornado warnings with some of these.
There are storms here, but I would be very surprised if we don't, so that's what's happening in Oklahoma. It's been a second since we checked in Texas. What is happening in Texas? There is still a big storm coming to the northwest side of Dallas okay, not as big as it was before, but still carrying 2 hail and 60 mph winds as it moves toward Denton and Flower Mound. It seems like Dallas and Fort Worth have miraculously found themselves right in the middle of a divide on this. line, you may go without seeing too many severe storms in the downtown areas, but on the north and south side of the Metro, from Burlson to Denton and McKenna to Waxahatchee, you're all going to get a pretty decent storm.
As this line goes through some big hail with the north mode uh mostly wind with the south side moving towards Glen Co, Glenn Rose and Clayburn right now heading back to Indiana. Sorry Illinois we have a couple of severe storm warnings here inches and a half hail moving towards Arthur Illinois uh inch of hail and 60 mph winds moving towards Asuncion Illinois nothing toric there um best chance of seeing something toric is going to get out of the storm here right now it's dumping huge hail into Spanish Lake um and that's going to be it's moving towards um uh Illinois right now towards Wood River Glen Carbon and Edwardsville still watching very closely our storm a little bit F more to the west also near New Haven and Herman which is still spinning uh pretty significantly um and it's um it could try to produce a tornado as well so we'll see what happens with that currently it just has a severe thunderstorm warning an inch and a half of hail, prepare for that in New Haven, large storms in southwest Missouri continue.
It looks impressive, look at this, a lot of wind coming out of the storm, a lot of traffic coming in. If we see this hardening over time, this could be something we have to watch out for for a Genesis tornado way down below. road, but right now this looks like a huge wind tunnel and hail generator, uh, coming into fair play at Humansville and Boulevard, 60 to 70 mph winds, an inch in diameter, hail, get ready for that storm chaser . Steven gives us another awesome look at the uh Arch there in St Louis hey Ryan, it's Brad again um that storm that's south of Herman now that I've been east of Jefferson City um it's cycled and it's going crazy again we're starting to I see a big increase in RFD there uh the rotation has increased dramatically um I'm heading to Washington Missouri right now where I'm going to intercept it uh it should be there just in time uh to be on the south side it's going to have to core drills okay , so that's Brad talking about the storm that's west of St Louis right now.
It's going to give us a view of what Hunter Hurley is currently facing in this storm that continues to look very impressive. The last scan here on speed is even more tornado-like than the last one, so, well, actually that most recent scan is a little less convincing, but we definitely have a rotating storm here that has the capacity to produce a tornado um while moves to maram hey Ryan, this is Nick, I'm also in the same storm that Brad is talking about, well, Nick Gorman, uh, Nick Gorman is in the same storm that Brad is talking about, so it's possible that we need to get Nick up.
Also, we will keep Hunter since he is in Oklahoma. We want to get as many angles on the biggest storms as possible and then extend our coverage when things slow down. I don't know if Although we'll have a slower time from here on out, I think it was the sun starting to set and you know, things are probably starting to speed up as we get into the middle stages of coverage here like in Son 8, it's 8:09 on the East Coast, 7 Central, we've been going for three and a half hours, we'll be here for several more hours as this storm continues to blow up a widespread severe weather outbreak that is currently underway . from Texas to Oklahoma Missouri Illinois Indiana a little bit of Kansas Arkansas later um and it's not stopping anytime soon hey Ryan, it's Chris uh that storm we were in that was coming towards St Louis went completely off the track and is moving further to the northeast now I don't see anything that's really interesting other than some big hail, um, actually we're going to go north to probably old Jamestown, um, watching that storm to the west, it's just, see if that might try to do something and and if it doesn't, we'll move east with the rest of them, so Chris is saying that he's losing interest in our storm that passed through St.
Louis. I think it's a storm that we definitely need to continue to watch. as it moves toward Illinois, but it is certainly in a situation where it is not going to produce a tornado in the near future. I think the tornado warning for Ferguson and Jennings should be allowed to expire very soon. A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect. will continue for Haml Warden and Al Alhambra in Illinois, so prepare for hail and wind, but now this is becoming the Superstar, the focus here for us, as it now looks like something I might actually try. A tornado will occur near New Haven and Pikney Missouri.
All of our storm chasers in St. Louis will probably try to run there. Nick Gorman is in that storm, so I think we'll get him up soon. It'll be interesting to see if, um, I don't know if Jordan, um, Freddy or any of these guys, I don't know if they'll follow that storm or sit in St. Louis and wait for this one because it seems like. Freddy has given us a wonderful view, oh my goodness, a wonderful view of the structure of that storm there in Madison County, Illinois, now coming across the border from St. Louis, it's a really crazy looking storm, it looks like a Kind of garbage on the radar. but man, it has an incredible structure, yes, we are watching the Herman Missouri storm right now.
I will do my best to keep you informed. Is there a breathing noise? I don't know, oh yeah, it's my fault. It was the video of the person. Someone sent us a video of the storm and that was playing in the background. I forgot to close it. That's it. It shouldn't have disappeared anymore. Al here, I'm going to do my best to keep you posted on how long that lasted, oh my gosh, that's terrible, okay, if you're just tuning in, we're looking at a storm that's really trying hard to produce a tornado here, nearby. from New Haven and Warrington, Missouri, unfortunately.
This one will also approach St. Louis at some point. I don't think it's producing a tornado right now, but it's also trying really hard. We have storm chasers on the way. They will give us a view of. this thing as we get closer I couldn't even hear it I couldn't even hear it okay now we no longer have tornado warnings the warning for St. Louis has been allowed to expire it has essentially been downgraded to a severe thunderstorm warning which uh includes Wood River Edwardsville Warden and Hamill Illinois, now our attention is focused again on this Herman Illinois storm, it is spinning, it is definitely capable of producing a tornado.
I'm not sure we have storm chasers too close to the storm to try. to give us a better idea of ​​that and we will hear from them very soon. I'm sure we'll see our storms in Oklahoma again, just north and west of Tulsa. Some really crazy storms, this one right here is. is going to try to produce a tornado or at leastsome very strong damaging straight line winds in the Homon wyona area Oklahoma look at that convergence there that's um that's a storm powerhouse um Honey get ready uh we have a um a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for you and it says "Tornado possible".
It has that label, so keep that in mind. And then here near Pony we have another area of ​​rotation that could be a problem since the Sun is setting at a lower level. The current is getting stronger and stronger, the ingredients are coming together now for this to, in theory, change from a type of risk focused solely on hail to a hail and tornado and damaging wind risk. A lot of convective potential energy available here, a lot of potential. for downdrafts, with these storms, even the ones that are moving towards Dallas and the ones that are further south, damaging winds will be a big threat for some of them and of course this little storm complex here in Northeast Oklahoma is going to be nasty and whatever danger it decides to excel in, yeah, a lot of Che see meso some of the areas where we have the most convective energy right now, we have if we can get a storm to come back.
Here in southwest Oklahoma it's probably going to be pretty strong. Storms in northeastern Oklahoma have plenty of energy to work with. We also have a pretty decent bubble of convective energy in south central Illinois. Those storms that are moving. uh um St Louis right now um, although it looks like they're trying to die a little and weaken um, I wouldn't ride them completely as there's a lot of juice and a lot of energy for them to absorb while riding. the warm front to the east here the New Haven storm continues to look concerning, the rotation is becoming more prominent.
The developing mesocyclone still has a big hook. I would say at some point we'll probably see a tornado warning on this storm hopefully it weakens and Don't but uh that'll probably come at some point in the future here uh hyper King thanks hey Ryan thanks for that What are you doing, my support goes to all of you, the team and also, what does Louisville Kentucky look like? um, yeah, Louisville Kentucky. I think you definitely have a chance for some storms tonight, but your best chance for significant severe weather will probably be tomorrow, so be sure to pay attention to the weather tomorrow.
I'll be here to help you, James, uh, thanks. I think all the storm chasers are going to Ohio tomorrow, so there will be hundreds of them there. I'm in a volunteer fire department. I have everything. If I were you, I would use every resource I had. Help your fire department in case there is a place with an emergency or you know there are people who need to be rescued or something. In fact, I no longer recommend that many people storm chase, sometimes it's so popular that the roads turn upside down. It's congested with people trying to track these things and it's dangerous, it's dangerous, so I wouldn't do it, I wouldn't do it, especially in a place like Ohio, you know, sometimes it's different in Kansas and Oklahoma and Texas, where there are so many roads. and there's so much room in Ohio, these storms will go through city after city after city and you know there'll be some places where the terrain isn't even that good, there'll be some hills and stuff and then a city and then a river and then a hill and then a city like it's not a nice situation there, we have a heavy rain outside, what's going on, oh okay, little B, a little point and we have information from Andy, go ahead, Andy, thanks Ryan.
I'll go first, Elijah, wait, turn a little here. I think our cell near Oklahoma, which is the one north northwest of Tulsa, seems very tornadic right now, unfortunately, it's kind of a book and rotating structure here. so I'm not sure this is a long lasting tornado, but that's a great sign of speed. I would be surprised if we don't see a tornado warning with this, it looks like one may be underway. Now, absolutely, wyona, you know this is something that probably won't last very long, but if you're on Wyona Highway 99 south and west of Wyona, watch out for that one, um Elijah, go ahead, hey Ryan, so we've got a 3.4 report. inch of hail in Rome Texas and there's also a light pole that was knocked down in Chesterfield along with some trees that were uprooted okay thank you so much Elijah and do you have anything else yeah Ryan I was going to add one more thing . is we now have a debris signature on the hom wiona storm Oklahoma so this is an unused tornado underway right now along um State Road County Road 999 that's right take a close look at that , heading straight to wiona Oklahoma. and there's the tornado warning once again, a big thank you to meteorologist Andy Hill for pointing this out, you know, minutes in advance, but we have a tornado warning now, let's see here what that new tornado warning is going to be. issued uh so please take shelter if you're in Wyona or Barnes Doll uh Oklahoma there's your um uh debris signature this is on the ground it's been on the ground for a while um and it could be coming in the general direction of wyona uh persing n nagoni um doll Barnes Nichols and Walco please take shelter, that's a nasty speed signature if I've ever seen one many times uh storms that come together like this one has um them They usually don't last very long, but we've definitely seen that It happens when they do it, so I don't want to say too much about that.
Let's assume this will be in the field for quite some time. and go ahead and take shelter in all the places downstream, uh, from that warning, there's Hunter Hurley, although he's a little bit to the west, so I don't think we'll have a view of this right now, but man, um. is producing a tornado right now causing damage just south of why not sorry the radar indicated it with that first warning but if we get one more chart like this they'll probably update that they'll probably update that hey Ryan it's Brad . I'm about to hit this storm Herman, uh, so pray for my windshield, and it should be on the southeast side here in about 10 minutes or so.
Brad Arnold is about to hit the storm, which still appears to be still. It looks pretty awesome there in Missouri, it's on its way to St Louis once again. He's going to give us an idea of ​​how big the hail is there, which should still be pretty big. If you're just tuning in. I do. I think we have a tornado on the ground here south of Wona, Oklahoma moving towards Barnes Doll take shelter now this storm has the ability the environment is quite favorable in this area for a tornado so it could also last a bit.
Meanwhile, all the way to Bartlesville, you guys need to keep an eye on this segment, this line of storms or this cluster of storms because I think we're going to have a lot of trouble with this, probably for several hours as it moves into the parts of the southeastern Kansas, also the storms that are around Dallas and Fort Worth right now, um, if those float a little further into the Red River Valley, I think they're also going into a pretty favorable environment, uh, you know , possible tornadoes, um, and then I still think that the storms that just passed through St Louis are decently poised to try to reignite and maybe cause more problems again with possible tornadoes in Illinois.
There's no new information happening right now, this tornado warning has been updated and we have the confirmed warning now from the National Weather Service on this storm and once again, this is producing a tornado that's been around for uh a little while now and It looks like it will hopefully go just south of the small town of Wiona, but we need everyone in that town to be protected, preferably underground, because it could pop up too. Hi Ryan, this is it. Freddy, I just got your message there, um, I didn't see much as that supercell continued through St Louis, there was a wall cloud, but I didn't see any funnel or any tight rotation like a track through there and we're still in that storm as it moves towards Illinois, but right now there's nothing under the ground, it's a little elevated, but we're going to continue to follow it as it heads northeast and see if maybe it can work out well, that was Freddy um. uh the debris signature is still there on the most recent scan it looks like it's happening right on the southeast side of wona um so now we have to worry about Persing Nagoni and Wol Werck in Oklahoma you guys are next in line row.
Again, of all these places right now, this is the storm that is in the best position to produce a tornado. The storm mode is not the largest if it were a supercell, it is probably long-track. cause a lot of problems, this one still has the ability to cause a lot of problems, but hopefully the mode of the storm here will disrupt the flow necessary to produce a tornado because the environment in front of this is really primed for tornadoes, so we also have some more storms popping up a little bit to the south and west that I want to talk about here in a minute, but Andy has something for us, go ahead, Andy, yeah, Ryan, briefly.
I want to talk about Denton County in Texas, this supercell here has produced a 3.4 inch hail, so almost three and a half inches of hail, and if you look at where the supercell is, it's right on the southern edge of the supercell, so it's R on the hook and that shows that every part of the storm is very dangerous with extremely large hail. You can look at the radar yourself. You're either near Denton or south of Denton, right where I35 splits, that's where it's headed. on the interstates now and say, "well that's the worst part of the storm, we're almost out of it and it crushes your windshield right there with the 3 inch hail, so please take adequate shelter from the storm because to the huge hail falling, we may see an upgrade to a severe and destructive storm because of that report.
Many thanks to meteorologist Andy Hill. We have a huge hail moving towards the north side of the DFW area. We're talking about Flower Mound Corinth. Highland Village Lewisville The Colony um we have an official report of a um from the public here 3.4 in Hailstone um uh measured east of Rome um Elijah told us about this now we're seeing it appear here in our app and um yeah I think this storm still. is capable of producing that as it moves south of Denton. Additionally, we just received an official severe thunderstorm warning for Fort Worth. You are included in this, as are Arlington and Burlson.
This is a considerable speed of 65 mph. winds and 1.75 hail, that's golf balls, it's moving into the Fort Worth metro area, especially on the south side, specifically Forest Hill to Burlson to Al Varo on I35, get ready, a big storm tornax here, between wiona and Barnes doall Oklahoma, luckily this seems like a relatively rural area, um, but still there's a nasty tornado there and it's raining, you can't see it, it's getting dark, this is a dangerous situation for any residents who may be in the path of this storm as it approaches. Barn Stand I would also be very aware of the weather in Bartlesville, you are very down here but if this thing can keep its balance for a while this could be a problem for people near Bartlesville so keep that in mind and this is In Oklahoma it's raining once again here man that's this pesky little storm I just don't want to give up okay so I think we're about to see probably more tornado warnings here so before we get there too.
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They just reminded me that I needed to talk about it because some people were asking about it now. If you're just tuning in, we have a tornado warning. We're looking at it, it looks very impressive, to say the least, on radar, and it could be coming directly toward the Barnes Doall area and outside of that, we have a bunch, I said, a bunch of severe storm warnings, a few other places to consider. um tornado potential this storm north of Springfield is something to watch uh right now it's just a big hail uh it's a big hail um and uh we have potentially 70 mph winds and a golf ball siiz Hill moving forwardtowards camon uh and Lewisburg in Missouri but look at the shape of the storm this could start to rotate here we want to keep a close eye on that um beyond that the storm that is Brad Arnold of course remains a concern , it's rotating a lot, I mean, like us.
Here you have a big, wide cyclone spinning and it's not producing a tornado yet, but it could as it approaches St Louis, so once again, Wentzville Missouri, you're under a severe thunderstorm warning, inch and a half of hail, 60 mph winds, all storms to the east. of St Louis have fallen below severe limits, but I would watch this area very closely because if anything can stay south of this disaster, like this storm, for example, it will have plenty of fuel here to sustain its rise across the state. , flash flood warnings are already coming out in abundance across Illinois and that's going to be a big deal if we're already seeing flash flooding so you got a copy that's Chris we'll go to him like As soon as I finish this sentence I think what we're experiencing here is that we had a tornado, uh, with this speed couplet, um, which has since dissipated and now we'll probably see a new area of ​​rotation appear here. um and um that will lead us to uh probably another tornado this will probably be a cyclical situation um where we may have multiple tornadoes coming out of the same storm as it approaches Barnes doall um or oela and Bartlesville all of you please uh take shelter now, this It appears to be the most serious storm of the day so far.
Chris Hall came up to the rotation coming right over my head, okay, let's get Brad up or there's a funnel on the right side of the screen, we have a funnel. the right side of the screen this is a live view from missouri this is the storm moving towards st louis but it's currently near pikney and holstein is fine so that's brad's camera and we also hear from chris let's see What's up Chris, go ahead Hi Ron, I didn't mean to bother you. I'm east of St. Louis, that storm has completely lifted from the warm front.
We'll stay somewhere around St. Louis for a while. We are observing. that storm that headed west, I think it may try to coalesce in about the same area as the previous St. Louis one, so yeah, unfortunately, a lot of you that just went through the whole situation of being under a tornado warning of a new PDS. A thunderstorm warning has been issued, uh, we'll probably have to go through something similar here soon, uh, now we also have a new severe thunderstorm warning from the PDS, a destructive severe thunderstorm warning for Dallas County, Missouri, PT County, Missouri, wow, holy smokes, and that's it.
It's going to be because of this massive storm here in Buffalo, Lebanon, Missouri, you're under a PDS once again, a particularly dangerous situation, severe thunderstorm warning, uh, possible tornado with this storm, but the main thing is the 70 mph winds and it's baseball time again. For the fifth time today I think we have a very real chance of seeing baseballs coming out of the sky flying at up to 70 miles per hour. It is an extremely dangerous situation. We have to take refuge. You have to treat this like a tornado warning. If you're in the middle of Buffalo or Lewisburg in Missouri, you need to get to shelter now, that's especially getting away from Windows.
Wow, and that will be for Dallas and Missouri P County once again. Going back to the storm that Brad Arnold is in, we saw what looked like a funnel there for a moment in his broadcast and I wouldn't be surprised, I mean, this still looks like it could be producing. so there's enough rotation to maybe warrant that and it looks like it's trying to get even more organized as it moves east so we're watching very closely in New M Wentzville and Lake St Louis for another potentially tornado supercell. Go back to our tornado warning in Oh, uh, about I did it again, Oklahoma, this one continues to look incredibly impressive, uh, we have two main rotation areas, now this one will probably become the new main one, um, I'm really worried about that. wolck and uh torpedo and eventually guys seriously Bartlesville Oklahoma this is a pretty populated area here in northeastern Oklahoma this is coming in handy for you guys okay the storm is capable of producing a tornado it looks like it will be able to produce one. for a little longer too, so Bartlesville get ready, this might be coming your way next.
I am also concerned about the possibility of the Pro tornado with the severe and destructive storm. Right now there's still nothing really crazy about the speed, okay, but again, looking at the environment. In front of it, it looks pretty favorable if this thing can achieve a balance, it might try to rotate enough to produce a tornado at some point during its trip to Lebanon and the i44 corridor here in south central Missouri. Well, this one has a lot of energy and could try to produce a tornado sometime tonight. This is the time of day when it's really going to start.
All of these storms will have a better chance or capacity. In fact, I'm going to point out. To the east, I want you to see how black the sky is. This is probably the darkest of the darkest SKs I've seen in a long time. This is wild. So this is a live view of storm chaser Brad Arnold from The Dark. Skies that are associated with the big storm west of St. Louis that he's in and look, by the way, look, just look at the multiple view here, it's the same time of day almost everywhere, but Brad and Chris are , you already know.
The transmissions look noticeably darker than everyone else's and are right in the same general area, so let's get back to that storm. That storm still looks impressive. We have a rotating storm here. It could try to produce a tornado. We are watching it closely. In the two areas that concern me most. Don't get me wrong though, this storm has the potential to produce a tornado, we're looking at it, but man, it's much more concerning to look at the environment in front of the storm here in southwest Missouri, which is moving. into Buffalo and then especially our tornado warning for storms here south and west of Bartlesville.
It's going through a bit of a cycle right now. I don't believe it is currently producing a tornado. I could be wrong about that, so we should stay. in our safe place in woer rock, um, but man, this thing has the potential to really try to produce a tornado as GES, rises towards Bartlesville, so prepare to shelter there because we have a new severe storm, watch for a couple of tornadoes. possible tonight scattered hail up to 2 inches and scattered wing gusts up to 70 mph which will include Indianapolis and Cincinnati and this is for those training storms along your warm front that are expected to arrive until 3:00 tonight to. m., this one, yes.
Vizy Solar Eclipse Glasses are made in the USA, super like it's hard. I mean, it's hard to mess up a pair of solar eclipse glasses, but they are definitely the best ones I've seen. this big hail from Rome, Texas, Robert, thanks for sending this, it's a big hail there, uh, and Andy has something for us, come on, Andy, yeah, Ryan, I'm looking at the severe destructive storm in southwest Missouri, heading to Buffalo, uh, Missouri in At the time Dall County I see that the rear flank is hitting forward, I don't see any low rotation or even a mid-level rotation on that yet, but what I do see is the potential for, again, those very harsh winds. baseballs that could do a lot of damage if this part of the storm continues to move as it enters Buffalo Missouri, so that's my main concern right now with this location.
I think we could get quite a bit of hail damage, okay? Thank you very much Andy, a new tornado warning has been issued. Tornado warning in Oklahoma. We're going to take a look at that which includes Bartlesville, so this is just a continuation of the tornado warning that we've been tracking in Oklahoma now, Bartlesville. We are officially under warning, so I advise you to immediately take shelter once again from all the storms that are currently underway. I'm very worried about this one. Now I'm also very concerned about the storm that Andy was talking about that we have baseball-sized hail coming down from this thing and we're seeing what he called the rise of RFD.
You see how this part of the storm is sticking out like this, we have very strong. The winds are pushing in this direction, uh, a lot of hail is coming down in that wave of RFD and it's being pushed almost like a wall, uh, in this part of the storm here that's coming toward Buffalo, so a wall of wind and rain . and hail, that could be extremely damaging, is about to move into buffalo areas near Buffalo, uh, Oklahoma. Sorry Missouri, Reynolds, Cloverdale and Wyville too, you guys need to be on the lookout for this as it looks like it's about to happen.
A very serious situation is developing in Missouri. This storm will eventually attempt to produce a tornado. Well, it's just a new tornado. A war has been issued. So now all of those places I just named are under a tornado warning. Well um Lebanon Philipsburg Evergreen to Adam Ford and Clark to Lynchburg Missouri you all are included in that tornado warning once again the environment in front of this thing is primed for a Genesis tornado this will happen at some point. it's just where in this warning box it's going to happen um if it's in your danger zone, you might as well be in uh your safe place that you want to be if you don't get there now um back to The Oklahoma Storm, our rotation is still quite a bit. wide.
Here we are, we've lost the balance we had back south and west of Barnes Doll, but everything is still trying to come together and will probably produce. another tornado maybe um as it approaches our B Bartlesville Oklahoma ahead Andy thanks Ryan uh this time south of Fort Worth Texas the turn uh or rather the line of storms is entering the South Metro here and as it does I'm starting I see a very pair that could be fostering some fast tornadoes, especially near Joshua and Godly in the southern rotation, which have clearly rotated rapidly in the last frame, where they are four or five minutes apart, if the operators Radar for Kfw is looking to see if we can put it into sales mode, that would be really good and helpful to spread information as quickly as possible, but I just want to let you know in advance that it now appears to be working. tornado so be on the lookout ahead of time Northern Johnson County, Texas Southern Tarant County, Texas as this line passes very well thank you very much Meteorologist Andy Hill draws our attention to the areas once again just to the south from Fort Worth, near Clayburn, uh, that signs, there's a potential problem there, it could be a tornado trying to form here near Joshua, prepare in Marytown in Keane, for that you are also under a severe thunderstorm warning with a inch and a half of hail and winds of 65 m per hour possible.
I would say there will even be a couple of places that will see even bigger wins than that with the um uh with the pocket of uh higher velocity that we're seeing approaching the big storm Joshua and Kean coming into Fort Worth and the north side. Of the warning here, be prepared that some hail is almost guaranteed as this moves through the downtown area. It looks like at some point this line here will affect downtown Dallas and we'll keep you posted on that. continue, down the line, tornado warning here for Lebanon, okay, Missouri, this storm here is looking nasty on radar, and the rotation is looking more and more impressive.
Here we have a speed couplet trying to form. Here it may not be long before this plants a tornado somewhere north of Buffalo and west of Wyville, Missouri, heading toward Lebanon and eventually perhaps as far east as Carol Junction and Harold Ford, okay, I prepare for that and then. I want to keep having to come back here to this Bartlesville storm because I'm just waiting, I'm just waiting for the next big kissing event. I guess you could call it when this big red spot here gets really close to the big green spot here and we see the speed couplet, the bright colors form right in the middle, that's when we're probably going to get our next tornado here and unfortunately it looks like which could happen near Bartlesville so I hope everyone in Bartlesville is Um in your safe place seek shelter now if you're in Bartlesville, Oklahoma there's a dangerous storm.
A new tornado warning has been issued. We have a new tornado warning now in Texas. There's the exact storm Andy was talking about once again. Andy, great job today announcing this even before warnings are issued south and west of Joshua. We have that rotation that is now leading the National Weather Service to issue a weather warning.tornado for the city of Joshua Mary, Egan Happy Hill, Alvarado Pleasant Point and Lillian, um, this doesn't include, you know, the downtown Fort Worth or Dallas areas, but it's on the south side, that'll be in County Dallas, um and uh, pulk, sorry, not Dallas County, which will be in Johnson County.
Texas, I'm sorry, Johnson County, Texas, you're under a tornado. War, take shelter now, this also looks like a very concerning signature there just looking at the speed, so this could produce some damage here if we have any contact with the ground. As you move towards Marytown, speaking of Dallas and Fort Worth, a strong storm is also approaching. The toric part is well south of the city center, but all that will be possible for the next few hours. in Fort Worth, Arlington and Dallas, get ready, I want to go back to our tornado war morning in Missouri, things are getting pretty busy now, as you can see, we're going to be jumping a lot of storms moving to Buffalo, now it still seems.
Huge and incredibly dangerous hail is likely to hit H Buffalo and areas just to the north. Extremely large hail will also be possible here in the next few minutes in Tien and Wyville. Remember we're talking about probably two and 3/4 inch hail. even some three inch hail with this one that will cause a lot of damage that will cause some, you know, a lot of damage, this is what we're talking about okay, so go ahead Riley, uh, I'm not sure if you saw our last SPC perspective, for some reason it seems like Discord is having strange issues with editing, but the moderate risk for today gets canceled and then as far as tomorrow's event goes, HR has a trend where it no longer we see a really strong moisture recovery that was once modeled, that means tomorrow's event might be a little less severe than we thought it might be, but it will still definitely be significant, let's take a look at that update here from the Outlook of the Storm Prediction Center once again, as Riley did. said uh there's no more moderate risk um it looks like cloud cover and rain really dampened some of the storm growth in central Oklahoma um where I guess some of the larger hill was expected, but we certainly haven't seen um we haven't seen no Hail shortage today with these storms um but it's important to note that the hail part is that a new tornado watch has been issued and we were hoping it would end at this point anyway we're transitioning right now a more tornado threat than uh they maintained that 10% of the RI R of at tornadoes hatched from the southeastern parts of Oklahoma to central Missouri okay so this is what we'll focus on for the rest of the afternoon and then until tomorrow.
I don't think we've gotten an update on that Outlook, given the most recent data, but as of now we still have that moderate risk there in Ohio, 15% risk of tornadoes up there, rare and then large. wind risk as well and hail risk as far as Kentucky, Alabama and Tennessee, so we'll talk about that tomorrow, we'll probably be here tomorrow even though you know small changes in the complexities of the forecast, this will be a big storm for someone tomorrow, but still We haven't determined the exact areas, you know, so make sure to tune in tomorrow if you live here in the Ohio Valley, there's going to be a big storm, the classic supercell nearby.
Buffalo Missouri, um, Andy has something for us, go ahead, sorry, Ryan, it was me. I clicked on the wrong button, oh, okay, go ahead, so Dallas weather radio, uh, Noah, is currently offline, oh, okay, okay, thank you very much, uh, very much for that, so it's uniform. Now it's more important for you to know if you know anyone in the general Dallas area, especially here near where the tornado warning is. It is more important than ever to try to get this information to them by word of mouth or by sharing it. on social media or whatever, Noah Weather Radio rarely goes offline, but when it does, it's a big deal because a lot of people depend on it for warnings, so let's make sure everyone down here, regardless of, ya You know, how long.
The latest outage was there with the Dallas Forecast Center transmitter, but let's make sure everyone knows about the tornado warning currently in Johnson County. The Texas storm continues to circulate here near Bartlesville. Hopefully, it looks like most of the storm will be rotating. It passes Bartlesville before it begins to produce another tornado. You're still about to have a big storm in Bartlesville with high winds and hail, so be prepared for that, but I think the spinning part will wait until it passes to produce another one. tornado now I'm worried about Delaware uh and linpa it's fine here in northeastern Oklahoma.
I just retweeted the latest SBC outlook for tomorrow if you want to see that, let's check out our storm here so The storm that looked really impressive towards Jefferson City is looking a little less impressive now as it approaches St Louis and Wentzville. We still have a severe thunderstorm warning for Wentzville oallen and St Paul, but it is a little smaller and weaker. and it's certainly not spinning as much anymore, so I expect that trend to continue as it moves eastward, definitely a more robust storm back there toward Buffalo Man, which is a classic supercell hook.
Echo, if I ever have. I've seen one, yes I've seen a lot of pictures of the very large hill near Roma, Texas, yes, one of the reasons you know I'm concerned about this particular storm here in southwest Missouri is because the environment in front It seems quite favorable to her. for tornadoes and unlike the Bartlesville storm there is no storm here that is interfering with it, it does not have the short term possibility of becoming multicellular or linear or any merger that you know that impacts it like that. This is the kind of storm on a day like today where you really have to focus and hope that it just passes over the weekend or enters a less favorable area, you know, Cabo or something.
That's because as far as Shear and other parameters that would support tornadoes there are a lot of them in front of that storm and it looks like some new storms oh yeah some new storms are shooting up now in southwestern Oklahoma which is again an area that we talked about before that if we saw some convection here, these storms are likely to grow quite significantly and quite quickly and, furthermore, they will enter an environment that is very favorable for hail and perhaps even tornadoes. New tornado warning. A new tornado warning has been issued. They have continued the Bartlesville tornado warning to Delaware and Noada and Cody's Bluff, Oklahoma.
Everyone needs to be in their safe places now again. I've been talking about this for a while. It will probably only take a moment for it to act together, but the storm is very likely in a good position to try to produce another tornado in the near future, so it could happen near Oklahoma and if you live there and want to make sure that You are in your safe place when it does. Sorry, I'm reading some updates here and I'm also trying to see what other hunters we have out there as we continue to move around the map here with where we're focusing on, uh, if you're just tuning in, we have an All-Star team of hunters professional storm monitors who help us and give us views of the storms on the ground as they happen.
It's getting darker, so it's getting harder. Look, but lightning will often times illuminate the tornado if there is one to see, we currently have a few tornado warnings, and I want to go over each one of them with you, we have one here. south of Dallas and that the rotation that originally caused that warning, I think, has moved on quite a bit, but we have a storm that is capable of producing a tornado moving towards Lillian Venus and Mansfield Texas, so everyone should. take shelter if you can uh Fort Worth, there's a big storm coming right now that will continue all the way to Arlington, bringing one and a half inch hail and 200 foot per hour winds on the next stretch, the storms here to the north. from Dallas, uh, they've had a lot of hail falling, so that's where we've seen some of those really big hail reports, three, three and a half inches, Hil reports the closest softball, you know, Hill's size on some of these places, but those.
The storms have really let up a lot as they passed through Denton. In fact, they are all below the severe limits at this point. Up here, the easternmost severe warning we have right now is just west of Indianapolis, India, where we have a Severe Thunderstorm Warning for um Green Castle An inch and a half of hail is possible with that storm approaching. St Louis is still spinning, it still looks like a nice little supercell here on radar, but it's nowhere near the monster it was, you know, 50 to 100 miles away. Heading west, so I expect the trend to continue and continue to weaken.
I tell you what is not weakening. And it's our storm monster here near Lebanon. The reflectivity here. At the last moment it has cooled down a bit. But I think that. This will try its best to continue for quite some time as it approaches Lebanon and the i44 corridor, uh, near Haral Ford and Gascar or sorry gas goark, I hope I said that right, pretty intense Bartlesville storm. in Bartlesville right now, the rotation area has shot up to here south of the shooter, we'll see if that's going to continue into noada, okay, and could you look at that surprise, surprise? uh a decent rotation appears on this storm to the south. and east of home, now look at this, this is separated from the storm and Bartles Hill, um, but yeah, look at that, it looks like it could be a problem here too, so let's keep an eye on Morgan's Corner, who did it?
I'm hearing from Ryan, it's Zach, do you have a copy? Yes, whats up? Zach, Zach Hall, another unrelated Hall. Hey man, no I haven't been super active today. I just talked to Riley. I'm in a solitary supercell now in eastern Oklahoma. I stayed. I'm going back today because I like the tornado threat here better than in central Oklahoma. I just want to let you know that it's about 20 miles southwest, so I'm keeping an eye on that right now. I'm close to Stigler Oklahoma, okay, so Zach Hall is there. uh we should probably add it to the list um while we take a look at that storm, it seems to me that that storm probably doesn't have much chance of producing anything in the short term, but if it sticks around for a long time it could definitely get into an environment that would be conducive to tornadoes come on Elijah hey Ryan so we have a couple reports from the Chester Field storm there are several trees that have been blown down and one that is reportedly splintered and broken okay thanks a lot Elijah for bringing us that information that we were talking about about that storm, not long ago, very evident on the radar that something was going on there and now we're starting to hear the truth on the ground. a new tornado warning has been issued is a new tornado warning for the storm we were watching here near Hony, honestly we just noted the rotation on that one, now that the warning has been issued the rotation seems less impressive um but is in it.
The same type of environment that the storm has to the north, has the capacity to produce a tornado, will continue to have the capacity to produce a tornado throughout the entire warning area, so, Barnes doll, you are under a tornado warning again. to take shelter now we have up to six tornado warnings we have one there in Texas a couple in Oklahoma and we have one in Missouri and the Missouri storm is actually looking a lot less impressive now surprisingly we'll see how long that lasts um Gabriella says how You see Eastern Kentucky, especially Louisville. I don't know about you, I personally think Louisville is in the western part of Eastern Kentucky, at least you know it's not, but it's like they're under a much higher chance of big storms tomorrow we'll be here tomorrow talking about Louisville Cincinnati that area yeah these storms are heading in the general direction of Joplin um some people were asking about that uh I know we have people watching in Joplin obviously there are people worried about the tornadoes in Joplin.
I don't think we have anything too crazy to worry about, but yes, these storms are powerful, they are capable of producing tornadoes, and they will continue. probably capable of producing tornadoes by the time they get there, um, so we'll keep an eye on them for you, yeah, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, that'll be the area we'll talk about tomorrow. We're not going to talk about all of you today because we have tornadoes out west and we're focused on that we'll be here all day talking about the Ohio Valley tomorrow yeah we've actually had a lot of wind reports today a lot of hail reports this is going to be a uh uh definitely a classic severe weather outbreak increasingly concerned with this little area here in western Delaware, we have to keep a close eye on it, whichWe'll do Give It a couple more frames before we start to really think about what that might mean, but it lines up perfectly with a new Little Hook trying to form along this line.
Same for this, the rotation is starting to look a little bit more. Widely west of skuk in Oklahoma, these three storms here are not ones you want to mess with in the current environment. The tornado warning has been allowed to expire here in Missouri. I'm very surprised, very surprised that this massive storm. supercell has gone from this to this in such a short period of time and apparently nothing causes it, you know, that would be blatantly obvious just by looking at the composite reflectivity, so we'll see if that recycles, we'll see. If new convection forms on the southwest side, if so, there will be storms that we have to be very concerned about because the areas where storms have the ability to rotate right now would be in and around central Missouri to St.Louis. but that's a fleeting window, um, a better area, in my opinion, the most prepared area for possible tornadoes will be around the Tulsa area, um, towards Joplin, um, but that could change, um, and then we also have got a couple of pockets of, you know, interesting dynamics around Dallas and then the new storms that are showing up back toward Lton.
They have a pretty unique ability to start rotating here soon as well. The Dallas tornado warning is still there and the original. The area of ​​rotation has dissipated, but now it looks like a new area of ​​rotation is appearing here just inside that warning, so we may have another tornado trying to form somewhere south of Midoan Texas, look at that big one. coming wind surge. Outside of the storm here, if that can mix with some rush, you could see a tornado trying to form right there, look closely. I'd be on the lookout if I'm once again in the middle of Chris, you have Britain Cedar Hill or doodo.
Chris is going through what Chris is going through, we're in Alton. I think we're still in Missouri. We're right on the state line if he's just south of Alton. I think West Alton is right on the river here. Watching this storm approaching across all of F and just north or northwest of St Louis. I'm going to give this one a try, you know, if you try something here next time. You know, we will. be here I think next I think we're going to start moving east to get in position for tomorrow's storms um yeah, that's coming our way right here I'm just trying to give it another chance in case uh well, I can't talk, try to give it another chance and see if it can take off from the limit if it tries to do it again around the river, sounds good, that's Chris Hall's plan, so we'll stick with him while he explores the storm that's around St Louis, the rotation here in northern Delaware it's still looking pretty concerning for a tornado, there's a warning in effect, make sure you guys are in your safe place, severe thunderstorm warning now for the storm that Zach Hall is in and we've got it, we've got Zack Hall I'm awake now, so once again, all the storms, man, we've got them all covered here.
A big thank you to Michaela Turner for the very generous $ Super Chat, how's Robinson Illinois? Do not know where. That's it, but I'll look into it thanks for the support Robinson Illinois right now it looks like there are some storms to the north um nothing crazy you're under a severe storm watch tonight um there will be a couple rounds of storms that In fact, the storms that They are impacting the St Louis area and the Jefferson City area at this time they will pass over you. I think the biggest threat to you tonight will be flooding.
If you live in a flood-prone area, be sure to pay. pay attention to that uh central ohio is going to be fine yeah central ohio is going to be fine there is a chance for some severe storms tomorrow with a higher risk of tornadoes than usual we don't know yet the exact details about that, um. Look, you know, previous runs of the model looked like we could have, we could have a pretty significant tornado situation, but that's going to swing back and forth, we'll see different model representations of what can happen tomorrow until finally tomorrow comes and it happens. and that's when we'll finally know what you know, what's going to happen, so the best thing is not to worry, not to be afraid, but to prepare for the worst and, you know, be with me tomorrow.
As we walk you through, hopefully you know the storms aren't going to hit your house specifically, but yeah, don't panic, get ready Andy, what's up? Hey Ryan, you're still seeing that severe Dallas storm, it looks like the acceleration of the winds has continued and now we. We have winds up to 80 to 85 mph less than a thousand feet above the surface, so they will easily move to the surface if we go about 10 miles per hour for a thousand feet. I think it's easy to get 75 mph gusts right in that pocket. around Venus Texas and that's going to head pretty close to waah hatchee here so I know it's a pretty populated area and especially along I35 East if this wind blows up this pocket of wind as Reed would say go ahead then we will have some damaging winds.
Right in that area, so give advance notice. I hope this severe storm warning is updated. Alright, thank you very much, meteorologist Andy Hill brings to our attention this pocket of wind here that's causing some problems near Venus. Watch out for Midlothian Midlothian Mountain Peak. Ward Sardi Waxah hatchee Oak Leaf, all these places you're in, you're under a severe thunderstorm warning right now, but it looks like extra severe winds are possible with that pocket of wind right there and coming out of the storm, this is a very strong storm south of Dallas here to Ferris and Inis.
I would keep an eye out a little later for possible damaging winds, tornadoes, and all that sort of stuff. The storms here in western and southwestern Oklahoma are exploding. There was nothing a few moments ago, now we have a big band of really intense convection thunder lightning. These will begin promoting severe storm warnings, we will pass them on to you soon. Big storm warning, big severe storm here in southeast Oklahoma um and we still have a couple of tornado warnings here there was a uh actually a report of a tornado uh southeast of Homon before um and now that tornado warning is for iant and skuk, but rotations slowed down a lot, same with the storm here near Delaware, Oklahoma, but these are still just as capable of producing a tornado, so don't let your guard down if we're in E any of these warnings The storm Lebanon is trying to suck in a little more air here, some flow is getting into the storm, we'll see if that gets us going again.
Do you anticipate a tornado warning in Tulsa? In the very near future, no, there are storms forming towards Oklahoma City that will come towards Tulsa later, but I don't think in the very near future we will have anything crazy to worry about. Its pronounced sky took me badly. If you're new here, it's inevitable that you'll mispronounce your city's name. I apologize in advance. An interesting table-scale discussion from the Storm Prediction Center, pretty much in line with what we've been saying here. The tornado threat is increasing tonight in an area between Bartlesville Tulsa um and then into Springfield and Joplin okay so that's the target area right now if there was one in terms of where we expect the most activity to be in the next moment. right in this circle here, yes, all of Oklahoma, especially on the east side, will still be hit by storms tonight.
Jefferson County Missouri. I don't know exactly where that is, but it's near Jefferson City. There are definitely a few more storms on the way it will be a similar situation to St. Louis where it will be a long night of severe weather. You're going to have to deal with intermittent storms for probably the rest of the afternoon, the strongest ones. The storms, uh, I think they've already passed. I think the storms that form in the south and west will probably reach maturity and then start to fizzle out before reaching Jefferson City, so we'll see. I don't know where Branson Missouri is, but again, I just want to show you all the risks.
Hopefully, they know where their city is on a map. If they are in orange, they will be at risk for severe weather tonight. elevated risk of severe weather, hail wind, um and a small chance of a tornado too, so keep that in mind, light yellow is a slightly lower chance, dark green even less so, but everyone needs to keep an eye on the weather tonight, um, if you had a Noah. weather radio, you know, you could probably sleep a little more soundly, tonight, but, if you want to stay up with me, I'll be here for the next few hours, relaying information and warnings as they come out, unfortunately I can't make a city-specific forecast. of all those who are calling.
I'm really sorry. I wish I could thank you all for all the support. The chat is unusually active at the moment. It's really hard to keep track of messages as they go by, so once again I want to apologize if it seems like I'm ignoring you or something. I promise I'm not from northwest Arkansas. included in the increased risk of severe weather because they're watching it, yeah if you ever see my head going this direction, I'm watching the chat radar, Discord Stormchaser feeds Andy's face, uh, I have a lot of monitors in front of me, oh, it's in slow mode, it's in extremely slow mode, there is already a severe storm warning for Hendrick County, Indiana, approaching Indianapolis, that severe storm with an inch and a half of hail will probably reach Indianapolis, there, get ready For that. reading a lot of information here getting caught up, we still have plenty of severe thunderstorm warnings.
I'm definitely not getting cold feet from watching that, huh, but there's a lot of other stuff I want to keep up with. Aside from including tomorrow's forecast, which we'll cover again here shortly, the storm south of Dallas continues to look impressive. It went down quite a bit, which is good news, because the environment in front of it is very favorable. Same for lton, not for lton, but, Lebanon, storm, hopefully the trend continues and we don't see any more increases with these. storms um and we have this big warm front, uh, weak and weak, uh, rain generator.
I'm a little worried about our storms that are popping up here west of Oklahoma City, but they're looking pretty linear at this point, so yeah, just keeping an eye out. In all, we will be here until we feel that we are no longer needed and we will rest a little for tomorrow, but we will still be here for a while to see if anything happens. With these storms right here, a big thank you to the kind Kayen for the gifted five. I hope I said well. Kean and the eldest, a big thank you to Jesse Brooks for the $100 Super Chat.
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We're going to share that experience with you on our current members-only livestream. tornado warnings, we have a ton of severe storm warnings, although we will continue to cover those, including the new one that was just issued for Jefferson City with 60 mph winds on the way, get ready for that big shout out to derell gaming derell gaming sounds like someone who would like to subscribe some subscribers if you know if you like games, subscribe to derel gaming and if there is something you know on his channel, that's not cool. I don't know him well. but I keep yelling at him that he has my support um Alex, thanks for becoming a member uh Gary, thanks for becoming a bigger risk taker, you guys are going crazy tonight with the support, I really appreciate it, no need. do it, it's not necessary, butall homes in the United States, especially in locations where severe weather conditions are expected today and tomorrow, such as a fire alarm or a smoke detector is required in buildings.
These things are just as useful and helpful. You may be asleep. Tornado warnings are issued. He's strong, man. It is very noisy. It will wake you up and tell you exactly what's going on. Flash flood. Severe storm. Twister. Where is? Where do all those good things go? It's an amazing piece of technology that unfortunately many people overlook. Hardly anyone has one of these things. It seems like it's old technology. It's like, oh, I have my phone. You don't always have your phone, man, um um, and you know, although there are some cases where the weather radio, you know, the transmitter may fail for a short period of time, you're much more likely to get that warning. to your phone or your weather radio device when there's a power outage and during a tornado than a smartphone notification, you know what I mean, so those radios have adjustable volume, you can adjust the volume, go ahead, Andy.
Hey Ryan, a little bit of a rest period, but I'm taking a look here at the southeasternmost corner of Kansas, here near Falkner Sherwin and Columbus Kansas, which is just west of Joplin here, very, you know, quite a mesocyclone. strong evident from the Tulsa radar and a little bit of rotation is also evident in a tight pocket of the Springfield radar, so since it's pretty far from a radar, I placed it from Two and it looks like it's a legitimate rotation I'm seeing there, despite its Because its appearance is more side-lobed and in clear air, I think there is a possibility of a tornado warning if the National Weather Service decides to do so as a preventative measure, since we are looking at more mile high in the storm, okay, thank you very much, meteorologist Andy Hill.
It looks like we have another area of ​​interest to keep an eye on in western Japan. This is the same complex of storms that caused us some problems earlier near Bartlesville all the way to Noada. and Barnes, back home, has been traveling for a while towards southeastern Kansas, now there is their big rotating mesocyclone here, as Andy said, this could try to produce a tornado or at least warrant a tornado warning from the Weather Service National. Here soon, that could include places like Scammon Weir and Ashbury, although it's currently under a severe thunderstorm warning, 60 mph winds, hail, so we're watching this storm corridor very closely, very quickly, quickly, let's check our other storms linearly. dominant outflow, uh, things are moving through Jefferson City now, with 60 million mile per hour winds, pretty strong winds actually moving through Jefferson City toward Lynn, um, that eventually it will come towards St Lewis and eventually it will get there. toward Taylorville and decar Illinois, where we already have plenty of flash flood warnings.
Okay, sudden floating will be a big problem tonight. I think in Indianapolis you're about to get hit by a train of pretty strong storms here. Well, and yes, the storm south of Dallas still looks interesting, in fact, outside of um, the potential tornado threat here in southeastern Kansas moves into southwest Missouri in second place of the storms that we we have to be attentive, perhaps potential. uh, Genesis tornado, it's going to be the storm south of Dallas right now, it doesn't look extremely concerning right now, but it's certainly in an atmosphere that could promote that, it could also promote uh inch hail and 65 m per hour winds. which is almost guaranteed if you are in Kaufman or Canton in Texas Brad.
I just want to let you know that I cut my stream. Heading east, I'll try to stay near Indianapolis tonight and prepare for the chase tomorrow. So, um, I cut the broadcast, um and see you tomorrow sounds good, Brad, thank you very much, um, we'll talk to you, uh, tomorrow sometime, Philadelphia WX says, uh, I collect weather radios. I have 14 worth it. the Harmony when they go off what 14 that would probably drive me crazy, but I would say it's probably an experience when they all go off at once uh ATX dub says do you have a recommendation on a tower camera weather station?
No I don't have a recommendation for you on a tower camera. Well, actually, I just made a big investment. I just bought a tower camera and put it on the tower on top of a mountain and it already stopped working so I definitely don't recommend it. that one and that's the only one I know of, but as far as a weather station goes, I have a bunch of these, they're on all of our storm chasing vehicles, they're on our weather tower, and all that kind of stuff. of things, it's another thing where you can get other places, but if you want to support us, you can get it at the Brian store hall.com uh, if you go to weather equipment and weather stations, we have the Tempest weather station, it's $300.
It's not cheap, okay, but in my opinion it's the best personal home weather station you can get. It's great, it's incredible. It is easy to install. Doesn't look like a big Duma Flaty. It looks like you can. You barely ride it right, you don't really know it's there, okay, so yeah, climate flow. Tempest weather system, that's the one I recommend, that's what it looks like, let me show you the back here, uh, of course, hold on. let me log in okay I'll have to show it to you tomorrow I guess not here okay this is the back this is what it looks like so you can put this on a computer screen or on your computer and it's updating on alive.
You have an app on your phone that shows you the live temperature. Duo humidity. Barometric pressure. It shows you the lightning strikes that have occurred around your house and the distance. 3 hours ago we had lightning about 25 miles away. from my house and there has been a total of lightning in the last three hours, that is a cool statistic to be able to keep track of the current south southwest winds of 3.9 miles per hour, we have had no precipitation, about a tenth of inch. of rain today less than yesterday UV index yada yada and everything is fine, this is all in real time, but I can also click on any parameter and go back in time and look at the temperature in my backyard exactly for the last 8 months or the time I've had this installed, very interesting stuff, and there are other things that do the same thing, but not as well, nor as clean, nor as nice and easy as The Tempest. uh the weather station does, so I recommend that you get back closer to our storm here, uh, in southeastern Kansas, the rotation is still there, it's not worthy yet.
I guess it's a tornado warning so we'll see what happens with that, but we do have a severe thunderstorm warning going all the way to Nevada uh Missouri Joplin. You're not in a severe storm warning yet, but there's a pretty decent storm about to hit Joplin, probably with some hail and some wind, so be prepared for that. Yes, I think transmission will start tomorrow from the severe weather outbreak in the Ohio Valley, don't hold me back on this, but right now I think it will start around 2 or 300 p.m. This one and we'll probably go until 10 or 11, something like that, the peak time for possible tornado activity will probably be around 3 to 8.
Can we get a location from Brian? I don't know where he is, nothing good. uh vti Studios, that's a good question, unfortunately my answer is: be sure to tune in tomorrow. There is no possible way to provide them with anything useful other than there is a good chance there will be a big box store tomorrow starting at 2pm. um from there, I really don't know what else, uh, you know what we can say other than prepare for the worst, hope for the best and then stay updated, uh, all day long tomorrow and I'll be here for you, yeah, the storm. approaches. in Joplin, you know, there will probably eventually be a severe storm warning for Joplin, but currently there isn't one, but you're probably starting to get some rain and some thunder and stuff out there.
I'm trying. The best I can do is read the chat, it just doesn't work that well, yes we have several tornado warnings. I'll go over them all in a moment and it will be interesting to see the first day update, you know which one it is. The final outlook will be uh uh tomorrow and I'll retweet it as soon as it comes out on Twitter. If there are more concerns about Wentzville tonight, just north of St Louis, so yeah, I think the worst of the severe weather is behind us. However, for the most part we have a train of storms moving over the area over the next few hours, that will cause a lot of rain, maybe some flash flooding, a little more hail, some wind, so keep it there.
Remember that I am doing my best to read these things. It is never good to see your city on the map. That's exactly right. If I'm not talking about your city, that's good. I know there are a lot of people upset with me. because I'm not talking about North Carolina or Florida or Colorado. Sorry, I just know it's a good thing it's not Tempest. We have been very fortunate to have been unaffected by most of the bad weather. Let's pray that he endures. Ghost Guys, what's the word in Southeast Indiana? Oh um, Southeast Indiana tomorrow looks pretty gnarly, looks like there will be some potential tornadoes, make sure you are paying attention to the weather tomorrow.
Do those mobile alarms work? Yes, they can put them on a truck. Yes, they have an antenna, it will be read on most of the closest ones. We have them on our truck, our storm chasing truck. Aaron says my adrenaline has been on overdrive in St. Louis tonight, thanks. for keeping me informed uh no problem Aaron I hope we didn't scare you or anything there were just a couple of big storms heading your way um you did well and you'll be fine for the rest of the night um and hopefully tomorrow You know all the action It will be towards the east and you can rest peacefully while the cold air comes in.
It's going to be bitterly cold behind this guys, there might even be a big snow storm in the northeast. Cincinnati is at risk tomorrow, let me. show you all that again, the risk is that tomorrow we will not receive an update on this, I don't think so for a while, but I don't expect it to change much, I think that if the next update seems to me they will go quite far outside the convection that the models allow, so which given the most recent updates, I think if something were to change, maybe the northern part of the river would shave a bit and expand southward.
I think the threat in Kentucky Central Kentucky, especially North Central Kentucky, has increased Buffalo, you're good, oh, apparently there's a time traveler who says there will be an ef6 on April 6th. I can't wait to see if I can. I can't wait to see what happens with that one. Someone wants to place bets. I'm kidding. Not that, of course, that's not going to happen, that's not a stop. St Addison, can you check out the south side of Indianapolis, of course? Are you kidding? It is the least I can do. Flash blood warnings are emerging on the west side of Indianapolis.
The South Side looks pretty dry right now, but that's going to change, it's going to start raining and flash flood warnings are likely to be issued throughout Indianapolis. before the morning, uh, especially before the big storms tomorrow, how many April Fools' jokes have been made so far on this broadcast? None. We were actually worried that maybe some people wouldn't take some of the warnings today seriously because it's April Fools' Day. so you know it wouldn't be the best thing for us to do any of the April Fools' jokes there's still a lot of uncertainties tomorrow morning because of the convection uh could uh you know change a lot of things that he did today like maybe not because of the convection of the morning but uh just additional convection, so we expect that, but you know, the instability caused by sunlight won't be incredibly necessary.
Tomorrow there will be many other mechanisms that can raise hot air at the surface, there is still a significant climate outbreak. quite likely during the afternoon hours tomorrow, can you talk about the possible Eclipse severe weather outbreak please oh man I don't know what that is? Well I don't think I don't see anything to suggest there's going to be a big Severe Weather Outbreak during the eclipse but unfortunately the latest GFS shows a big storm right over the path of totality oh my gosh the white is a layer of clouds around oh sorry I'm not showing it right.
White is a cloud layer projected from the GFS. I'm going to try to do something like that freehand, but that's not good. Almost everywhere would be cloudy if the GFS is correct and unfortunately the signal for this particular system has been very consistent now, so there will be a rain maker in Illinois, uh, how much clear skies we have in Texas and New York, Vermont um, that's still up in the air, I'm not sure, uh, Ryan, have you been out in a lot of sun lately? Not much, but more than usual.I usually turn quite pale. in the winter and I, if you're talking about my complexion, I've been out in the sun a little bit, uh, my three-year-old son is in soccer and the three-year-old soccer league is intense, man, I have practice all the time. we have games coming up uh goosman says are you going storm chasing tomorrow?
Unfortunately not. I'd love to. I think it would be fun. We already have the truck. This is our big storm chasing machine. I call it Hall Force. One, uh, we've got it all ready to go, it's got a really nice PTZ camera on top and the camera has a windshield wiper. I mean, how many times have we wished that were the case with our cameras mounted in our vehicles? We have a Starlink satellite dish, a weather station, two 2000 watt power inverters or something, we're charging like a million batteries in there, all kinds of communication elements, I mean, it's great, it would be a very nice experience. uh to track a storm on this, um, but I think it's more important that I'm here doing this tomorrow, especially if there are a ton of tornado warnings in multiple different areas, and it looks like that's going to be the case.
The storms are fading, pretty much everywhere here, we're the complex here near Joplin, it's still pretty intense and producing damaging winds and hail, but that's going to turn into what looks like a big, nasty wall of rain as it moves up. toward Stockton and El Dorado Springs another big, nasty wall of rain forms northwest of St. Louis entering Illinois. Check this out, a severe thunderstorm warning here near Millersburg Ohio. An inch in diameter is one hell of a possibility with that moving toward Berlin, so certainly Weather Outbreak today, we, I mean, there are tons of reports out there, we had large damaging hail winds, quite a few reports of tornadoes, pretty much what As we expected, it happened today with a couple of inconsistencies with the location of some of the things.
It was supposed to happen, but I mean it was a high risk expansion area, so that's bound to happen. Yes, of course, we're going to get some sleep before the broadcast tomorrow, um, but I'm going to go at least for another 10 minutes, within 10 minutes we'll have been officially broadcasting for six hours and I think that's a good round of severe weather coverage tomorrow, we'll probably be live for a little bit longer, hopefully, not hopefully. things are like nothing's happening and you know we can sit here and fool around and then end the broadcast after three hours, but unfortunately I don't think that's going to be the case, jukebox zero says, uh, Ryan, meet and greet, uh. in the path of totality um, I think it's too late to try to organize something like that um, but if you see me around, just come and say hello.
I don't know, I don't even know where I am. I'm going to be like we're not going to go somewhere very crowded, um, we're going to try to go to a cornfield, you know, next to the interstate, somewhere, hopefully, a little isolated just because we don't want to get in anyone's way, we're going to film it and we'll have cameras and you know all that kind of stuff, so we're just going to try to find our own little place out there. but if you see us at a gas station or something, you probably will, like everyone at any time, feel free to come up and say hello.
I would love to talk to all of you. Life says that I really appreciate you and your team. You are changing the game in hopes that everyone is safe and healthy. Thank you very much for appreciating that generous contribution. Justin says the size of a marble is the size of a golf ball. Hill and Joplin right now, that's what I was looking at in the last few frames. We've had a big burst of convection right over Joplin, probably dumping some beer and lewood as well. Joplin, that's, um, you know, the rest of the storm is still well to the west, this will continue for a while.
There is going to be a storm that looks like it will last Plum almost forever. I believe in Joplin here, as this train of sails is going to pass over you, but there is nothing torn there, as far as I can tell now, certainly not. Let your guard down, be sure to heed the warnings. Yes, tomorrow is one of those days where we will probably have multiple tornado warnings at the same time, possibly even in different states, so we will be jumping around a lot. Many are preparing for that, if you don't know right now, try get as much information as you can about your current location, even if you're looking at a really far away map like this one, you know where you are. the city is on a map uh you know where your county is you know where um you know just go over all that kind of stuff because uh once again we're going to be jumping around a lot uh tomorrow I think I'm sorry for yawning I'm sorry for yawning um I I I think I know it's contagious and I try to contain it, but sometimes it just comes out, I'm not even tired, it's kind of like when I know the broadcast is about to end, um, um, it just starts, it's a natural thing. habit because many times we are here for like 12 hours straight and I am tired at the end of the transmission, but now I am fine.
I had my burgers before. I'm ready, you know who else is? Ready Andy, what's up? I'm ready for tomorrow, Ryan, but I guess I'm seeing two things that are a little strange in Oklahoma right now, south and west of Purcel, which is south of Oklahoma City, you'll see it there. It's that little crease in the line that looks like an embedded supercell, but then just north of that embedded supercell, there's a small circulation that's been around for a few frames and I'm guessing it could trigger a tornado warning if the Norman National Service agrees. agree that it's actually a strong enough rotation, you know, wrapped in rain, so if it's wrapped in rain, it's in this area between Alex and Dibble in Oklahoma and then that mesocyclone to the south may be organizing a little bit until near Bradley and Lindsay Oklahoma, so that's what I'm looking at.
I'm not sure if any of them will do anything more than watch out for a tornado warning. I guess that's okay, thank you very much, uh, meteor, just, uh, Andy Hill, drawing our attention to areas that south of Oklahoma City, um, you know, localized, uh, but certainly impressive, local areas that appear here and they've been consistent, so we'll see what happens with this one here, uh, south of um dible Oklahoma, uh, moving. towards Kryer and Woody Chapel, uh, quite a bit larger area of ​​influx here west of Lindsay, but not as much on the other side, so we'll see what happens with that too, we'll stay and watch A couple more minutes um and uh still got some nice strong winds coming out of the storm in wara moving towards Velma and Tatam in Oklahoma Oklahoma City you are getting lightning, thunder, rain and all that good stuff right now everything is below the severe limit although it could change as the storm is approaching shaune and chandler could see some warnings for severe wind-driven thunderstorms.
A power outage is being reported in chiet as the storm that has the rotation is moving east, about 800 people without power and chiet there, and that is probably due to the storm that just passed. Are you tired yet? No, they need a massage chair for these broadcasts. No, it's really not that bad. I enjoy this. I like to be here. I like to talk. I like everything that's involved, you know, even though it's exhausting sometimes. it's the same way as anything else that's hard to do, but rewarding, it's exhausting, it's not a bad feeling, okay, so they issued a severe storm warning for the part of that storm that's rotating a little bit there, um so that will include meville and pel uh so there is no tornado warning and the rotation has moved forward a little bit, but I would keep an eye on that line um as it moves into southeastern Oklahoma tonight.
I would almost bet my bottom dollar that there will eventually be a pair. uh tornado warnings at some point tonight um down here so everyone needs to be prepared for that and know what they're going to do when and if that warning comes, we can't let our guard down with this storm complex around Joplin either. That will move toward Springfield slowly but surely. We'll probably have some problems later too. Everything here around St. Louis towards Indianapolis is going to be mostly very heavy rain and that's going to cause its own problems, but yeah. Therein lies his considerable concern, yes, which includes Joplin.
Joplin is now under considerable and severe thunder. Morning tornado, possible 1 inch diameter hail, 70 m per hour, winds, so yeah, that's going to continue for quite a while there in Joplin Buckland, okay, so what are we going to do? What we're going to do is call it a night right now and get some rest for tomorrow. We will be back with you probably around 2 or 3 p.m. Tomorrow in the East, Andy should be here. We'll have everyone you know, the storm chasers. Everything will be like this. You know pretty much what we've done today, except I think tomorrow will be a little more active, unfortunately.
We need to do the same thing we did today. Well, thanks to you, in just 6 hours, we have reached 1.5 million people with this broadcast today. We need to make sure we spread the word. to as many people as possible tomorrow too, so when you appear on the stream, go ahead and be prepared to copy that link and paste it everywhere, so we can get Vital Information to people who otherwise would. I can't find it because we're reaching them through social media instead of through television or, you know, anywhere else, so I'm very grateful for everyone who has supported us today, they've supported me a lot , thank you for that, thank you. to the people who visited ral.com and who have supported our sponsors, you know all those good things and above all, thank you for subscribing to the channel, that is the most important thing.
Andy has something for us. You have, yeah, Ryan, before we go, I just want to warn anyone in Carthage, Missouri, there could be a spinning tornado anytime soon there, so it's wise to take shelter ahead of time, uh, in case there is, e even if there is. So don't you have some practice doing it as a kind of farewell message? You know it's always good to have that practice in case a spinning tornado occurs in a short period of time that might be shorter than the National Weather Service would even warn so I just want to make sure that we get it out there.
Thank you very much, that is very important. Andy's stuff. Keep an eye on the weather all night tonight. Make sure you have a way to get warnings and especially here. Carthage and areas just east of that uh this storm is pretty nasty and will cause problems tonight so be aware of that um and uh yeah once again let's get some rest see you around. not early tomorrow, but probably before the storms really start tomorrow, we'll start a little earlier again like we did today to talk a little about the forest to get everyone warmed up, give us time to share the link and everything and then we'll really We'll dive into coverage later in the day when the storms start to appear.
Follow me on Twitter and Facebook and all that tonight. I'll have intermittent updates there as SPC perspectives, new models and things come out um once again on Ryan Hall y'all uh but until then I'll see you here on the next live stream good evening

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