Saturday, June 22, 2019

8p Update: Chance of Isolated Severe T-Storms Overnight

The National Weather Service (NWS) Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has released their updated Severe Weather Threat Risk for overnight Saturday, June 22, 2019 into Sunday morning, June 23, 2019.

There overall severe weather risk has dropped for overnight tonight into tomorrow morning.  Let's take a look:

For overnight tonight, Saturday, June 22, 2019 into tomorrow morning Sunday, June 23, 2019:





SLIGHT RISK (2) for the counties and cities of:

  • Jackson (Altus)
  • Harmon (Hollis)
  • Greer (Magnum)
  • Kiowa (Hobart)
  • Childress (Childress)
Timing:  Anytime overnight

Severe weather threats:
  • Very Isolated Tornadoes
  • Large Hail
  • Damaging Thunderstorm Winds/Gusts

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MARGINAL RISK (1) for the counties and cities of:
Wichita (Wichita Falls)Wilbarger (Vernon)Baylor (Seymour)Hardeman (Quanah)Foard (Crowell)Cottle (Paducah)King (Guthrie)Archer (Archer City)Young (Graham)Clay (Henrietta)Jack (Jacksboro)Montague (Nocona)Tillman (Frederick)Cotton (Walters)Comanche (Lawton)Jefferson (Waurika)Stephens (Duncan)

Timing:  Anytime overnight

Severe weather threats:
  • Large Hail
  • Damaging Thunderstorm Winds/Gusts
Stay tuned here for the latest information including updates as needed overnight.  If a watch is issued, which is not anticipated at this time, I will post it immediately.

Meteorologist Bryan Rupp