Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Severe Weather Outbreak Begins Today

Severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes are possible today from eastern Colorado and New Mexico into western Oklahoma and Texas.

That threat will spread eastward over the next few days.

The most intense day as it stands right now looks to be Wednesday for areas of central Oklahoma and north-central Texas - including Dallas, Abilene, Wichita Falls and Oklahoma City.

Meanwhile, Oklahoma City is still cleaning up from not only the deadly tornadoes earlier this month, but also from a significant hail storm on Sunday.

Hail the size of grapefruit pummeled the city and caused millions of dollars in damage.

A jogger was caught outside during the hailstorm and was pelted with the large hailstones - you have to click the link below to see his picture. It is just amazing!

Click here to see jogger!

Below is a map of the new storm system in the west that will spawn a 3-day severe weather outbreak starting today.

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