It’s an actual dryline setup on the Southern Plains! But it is admittedly leaving me wanting for a bit more of everything ingredients wise. Still, if storms can go they will pose a severe weather threat with damaging winds (70mph+) and some hail (quarter-size to ping pongs most likely).
The Bottom Line
This is a ‘typical’ severe weather day you’ve been through a thousand times if you’ve been around a decade. The damaging winds would be impactful with storms if they happen where people are also, but this is a day that, as a storm chaser, you likely forget exists pretty quickly after it happens. Still, a day on the dryline is better than a day in the office.
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