Ugggh....I've been spending some time this evening looking at forecast soundings from all available guidance and not liking what I'm seeing. I'm afraid there will be at least one or two significant tornado threats somewhere between south central and southeast Louisiana, specifically from Lafayette to Baton Rouge to Hammond Folsom to Bogalusa. That line seems to be the highest threat area IMO.
CWOP ID: DW2721, CoCoRaHs Station: LA-TG-11 NWS's Ponchatoula/Hammond Area's COOP Member, Station ID 16-7425-08, PONL1
Post by grisairgasm on Apr 17, 2019 20:20:01 GMT -6
Pretty amazing in Texas tight now. Solid dense line in all of central Texas . The storms rotating around Amarillo are scary. Obviously this whole system is supercharged with energy. I would like to think maybe some blowoff from the storms will inhibit some instability tomorrow. I doubt it as there are so many other dynamics involved with this system. We’ll see shortly.
Post by DYLAN FEDERICO on Apr 17, 2019 20:45:48 GMT -6
Be safe everyone!
Dangerous day tomorrow, particularly for Southern LA & SE MS, ESPECIALLY if discrete cells get going ahead of the QLCS! 0z HRRR is looks a bit worse than 18z, highlighting tornado threat for both sides of the Lake.