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In today’s video clip we speak about Our Upcoming Serious Weather conditions…. Significant Climate, Extraordinary Storm, Flooding…

We count on a possible Extreme Weather conditions party to occur, starting off Yesterday exactly where Texas and Oklahoma obtained strike with
Severe Thunderstorms, several Tornadoes, and numerous reviews of Hail and Wind occured owing to this Extraordinary Storm.

Flooding will be a common problem as this storm will be instead sturdy, we count on major precipitation for various states.

Not only will we have this Intense Storm, we in fact can see an additional Next Week, and we talk about it towards the conclude of the movie.

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  2. If the risk level is 1-10 broken down into 5 categories of 2 equating to 20% in each category I put Tuesday in OK and Texas at 9-10 and wouldn’t be surprised if the NWS issues a PDS. Oklahoma will get the worst of it and based on available information today 4/25/21 that is my prediction and I am sticking to it! Pin this comment so we can review it Wednesday morning. 🎤👋🏻

  3. An enhanced risk at the least, but if conditions come together just right, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a moderate risk for portions of Oklahoma and Texas, an enhanced risk for surrounding areas, and a slight risk for a portion of southern Kansas.

  4. I'm loving the rain here in Western NC. It washed all of the pollen out of the air. Plus, it's been so dry this month. Usually April for a good portion is a rainy month. Although the lack of rain has limited the mosquitoes so far.

  5. For Tuesday I am going to go ahead and call it a slight risk for severe weather for TX and OK as it seems there is a little less moisture being pulled from the Gulf. From what I can tell dew points will be in the mid 60s to near 70 with a swath of low 70s maybe in far east TX. I don't think the current conditions would push the risk too much higher, but still I can't rule out a moderate risk setting up particularly where the dew points manage to get close to 70. Plus I think the sheer may be slightly lower. Now as this pushes east well might really need to watch things as I feel there will be much more moisture to work with and slightly more sheer especially over MS AL and GA. That might be an area to watch next week.

  6. Definitely at least a moderate risk for Tuesday's severe weather event is possible and could be likely for Central U.S. This all depends on the amount of sunshine available. But, if materializes there indefinitely will be a moderate risk and possible high risk for Tuesday. This threat also might have similarities to the 2011 super outbreak, and is the reason why moderate and high risk are possible.

  7. I’m in agreement with some people here. The models seem to be downgrading, but I still think there will be an Enhanced Risk in Tuesday for North Texas and Oklahoma.

  8. I think we will see a Moderate Risk stretching from Oklahoma into North Texas, I can’t say for sure a High Risk though, Maybe it would be Oklahoma stretching a portion into North Texas. I also think we will have a PDS Tornado Watch. This is Tuesday.

  9. I think Tuesday and Wednesdays severe weather threat was overhyped a few days ago, I thought it would trend worse but now it hasn't at all really, I reckon enhanced

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