This continues to be a remarkably stale but productive pattern for severe weather over the Southern High Plains. Today’s axis of storm activity will shift a bit more north and west, but the story remains the same.
Widespread storms will form over the region, a few will be supercells, and with those supercells extremely large hail and a tornado or two will remain possible today.
What to Expect
It’s another day where storms will begin forming in the early/mid-afternoon hours and track east and south. Eventually, storms will grow upscale into a line or complex of storms. Before that, supercells will be common with very large hail. Any isolated/robust supercell that can maintain itself to the south and east of any line in Eastern New Mexico will have the chance to produce a tornado today after 6 p.m. local time.
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