Just another quick update on real-time conditions as they evolve. We’ve seen dewpoints absolutely crater in the last hour or two across the northern 1/2 of Oklahoma. The moisture sampled in the morning, sounding from Norman, was very shallow, and it appears the clearing that took place has led to the atmosphere mixing down the dewpoints. Temps are warm, though, and storms are still likely with hail and damaging winds.

A convectively reinforced boundary in Texas is in place, with favorable airmass conditions in the San Angelo region. Today, the tornado risk is relatively higher down there, but the overall threat remains rather low. Lift is arriving, though, and more storms should form in the next couple of hours.