Several models are firing off a supercell or two tomorrow off of the dryline in the Texas Panhandle down into the South Plains region. If you can get a robust supercell tomorrow, a very large hail and a low tornado risk would be present.

From a storm chasing standpoint, the hodograph shape mixed with the likely isolated storm modes makes tomorrow a very tempting possibility for a very photogenic storm. It’s certainly something to watch.

We’ll have a full forecast out tomorrow for…tomorrow.