Author Topic: Sunday March 19th 2006 - Is the cap too strong to allow for storms to break?  (Read 3485 times)

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Offline Jimmy Deguara

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Shear is sufficient for storms to rotate and produce tornadoes given one condition: if the cap breaks. The target region is southwest Texas near Fort Stockton - consistent with where storms more often are anticipated at this time of the year.

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Offline Brad Hannon

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Jimmy, are we talking the region towards Pecos by chance?  Supercells would be the only chance of getting me back down there!
hmmm June 2nd......