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Moore Oklahoma Severe Weather Threat Thursday

The city just leveled by an EF-5 tornado on Monday in Oklahoma will be under the threat of severe thunderstorms with possible tornadoes again Thursday morning.
The city just leveled by an EF-5 tornado on Monday in Oklahoma will again be under the threat of severe thunderstorms with possible tornadoes on Thursday.

Flipping through computer models (like the SREF on the Storm Prediction Center's website  http://www.spc.noaa.gov/) shows that atmospheric conditions will be conducive for supercell thunderstorms and likely tornadoes.

Supercell Parameters


Tornado Parameters


A bulls eye right over central Oklahoma.

The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) is the branch of the National Weather Service responsible for forecasting the risk of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the contiguous United States.

SPC is located in Norman, Oklahoma, 20 miles south of Oklahoma City and a just a few miles south of Moore, OK.

Forecasters predict a moderate risk of severe thunderstorms on Thursday near Moore.

Climate data shows that tomorrow's date carries a 35% or greater probability of an EF-2 or stronger tornado in Oklahoma.