Strong/Severe Storms Possible Friday 3/24/17
Strong to severe thunderstorms continue to look fairly likely tomorrow. However, like normal this time of year, moisture return may limit this potential at least some. Large hail and damaging wind will be the primary threat. An isolated tornado threat is also possible in parts of eastern KS with the potential for "low topped" supercells in the area. An isolated tornado or 2 also can't be ruled out in places further south but things will likely transition to more linear storms where damaging wind will be the primary threat.
Please remain weather aware tomorrow and keep an eye on official forecast information at weather.gov
– Jeremy Den Hartog
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Model trends continue to suggest the potential for severe weather will exist on Friday, March 24th across portions of the central and southern plains. All storm modes are possible with these potential storms, including the possibility for tornadoes.
At this point, the greatest threat for severe weather is in the southern half of the area outlined on the map. However, potential does exist as far north as Iowa - especially if higher dewpoints can be realized closer to the area of low pressure.
Please keep an eye on updates here at mrtwister.us and official forecast information at weather.gov.
- Jeremy Den Hartog