Friday, June 14, 2019

Severe Weather Threat Risk Today: Fri., June 14, '19

The National Weather Service (NWS) Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has released their outlook for potential severe weather today, Friday, June 14, 2019.

Here's the map of risk for the area on today:

There's a SLIGHT RISK (2) for severe weather including large hail and damaging thunderstorm winds across the Rolling Plains/Texas Panhandle, Western Texoma and Southwest Oklahoma.  Counties and communities including are:  

  • Hardeman (Quanah)
  • Foard (Crowell)
  • Knox (Benjamin, Knox City, Munday)
  • Jackson (Altus)
  • Greer (Mangum)
  • Harmon (Hollis)
  • Childress (Childress)
  • Cottle (Paducah)
  • King (Guthrie)
  • Stonewall (Aspermont)

[Thank you so much for being loyal readers, especially over the past year.  As you know I don't sugar coat the weather like some do in this area.  I give it to you straight, I report what the forecast is plain and simple.  That way you make informed and good decisions during any strong to severe weather.  But, I do need some help keeping it all going.  If you get a chance hit the button above to donate and I'll be able to keep this up and running all the way through to the beginning of 2020, now that I'm allowed to.  Thanks for your support, it means a lot.  Bryan]

There's also a MARGINAL RISK (1) for strong thunderstorm and a few severe thunderstorms with isolated large hail and damaging thunderstorm winds across a majority of the remainder of the area.

Stay tuned for updates, potential upgrades and downgrades, watches, warnings and radar updates.

Meteorologist Bryan W. Rupp