StormIntelligence Digest – Friday, April 5, 2019

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Significant and/or Noteworthy Severe Weather Events for Thursday, 4/4/19

Hail Events:

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There were scattered instances of large hail across portions of extreme southeast Texas and southern Louisiana on Thursday.  The largest hail occurred in mostly rural areas to the South of the Lake Charles and Baton Rouge areas.

Please also refer to applicable StormIntelligence hail data products for additional details.

Wind Events:

There were no noteworthy and/or significant instances of winds of 60 mph or higher on Thursday.

Please also refer to applicable StormIntelligence wind data products for additional details.

 

Tornado Events:

There were no significant and/or noteworthy tornado events on Thursday.

Please also refer to applicable StormIntelligence tornado data products for additional details.

 

Severe Weather Outlooks

Today, Friday, 4/5/19:

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There is a risk for scattered instances of large hail (i.e., 1.0 inch or larger in diameter) within the yellow shaded area on the image above.  This risk includes the following larger cities:

Midland, TX

Abilene, TX

There is a risk for isolated instances of large hail within the brown shaded area on the same image.  This risk includes the following larger cities:

Wichita Falls, TX

Lubbock, TX

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There is a risk for scattered instances of winds of 60+ mph within the yellow shaded area on the image above.  This risk includes the following larger cities:

Midland, TX

Abilene, TX

 

There is a risk for isolated instances of winds of 60+ mph within the brown shaded area on the image above.  This risk includes the following larger cities:

Lubbock, TX

Wichita Falls, TX

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There is a risk for an isolated tornado within the green shaded area on the image above.  This risk includes the following larger cities:

Midland, TX

Abilene, TX

 

Please also refer to applicable StormIntelligence outlook products for additional details, and the real time StormIntelligence hail, wind and/or tornado data feeds as the activity occurs.

 

Tomorrow, Saturday, 4/6/19:Weather5 4-5-19

The focus for potential severe weather (i.e., large hail, damaging wind gusts and/or tornadoes) will shift Eastward on Saturday, along the I-35 corridor in Texas and southern Oklahoma, Eastward into the Houston and Little Rock areas.  Most of this activity will likely be scattered in nature, however a line of thunderstorms may also occur from central and especially northern Texas into southern Oklahoma, then move East into portions of Arkansas and Louisiana.

 

Please also refer to applicable StormIntelligence outlook products for additional details, and the real time StormIntelligence hail, wind and/or tornado data feeds as the activity occurs.

 

Wildfire Outlooks

Today, Friday, 4/5/19:Weather6 4-5-19
Conditions will be favorable for the development and spread of wildfires today from southern and eastern New Mexico into southeastern Colorado.  Conditions will be particularly favorable over extreme southeastern Colorado, as shown in orange on the above image.

Please also refer to applicable StormIntelligence wildfire outlooks and data products for additional details, and the real time StormIntelligence wildfire data feeds as activity may occur.

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