Evening Second Wave of Showers & T’Storms………Update On Plains Tornado OutbreakApril 14th, 2012 at 7:05 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
After scattered rain this morning & widespread rain & some t’storms late morning to early afternoon, we had a bit of a break. In fact, I had dim sun at my house & was able to get outside with the dog. Now, a second evening round is arriving, but it is mainly in the southern 40% of the viewing area. After this, we will dry out with overnight lows steady in the 60s after highs today in the 60s.
Plains tornado outbreak is undergoing transition from shorter-lived, smalled EF0-EF1 tornadoes to large, wedge EF3s & EF4s. Large hail & downburst winds up to 100 mph are also still possible.