Very Rare High Risk Monday
A very rare HIGH RISK has been issued by the SPC Monday for parts of Texas and Oklahoma. The last time a high risk was put out was in May of 2017.
A tornado outbreak is expected. Some tornadoes could be long-track and violent. Schools across the high risk area cancelled classes on Monday. Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City evacuated all aircraft because of the high likelihood for destructive severe weather.
The High Risk area includes Oklahoma City, Norman, Lawton, Edmond, and Midwest City. This risk area also stretches into parts of Texas towards Amarillo, Lubbock, and Wichita Falls.
Today’s tornado outlook features an extremely rare 30% hatched area.
It is of the utmost importance that you pay very close attention to watches and warnings today if you live in or near these risk areas. Have multiple ways to receive severe weather alerts. Have a plan in place if a tornado warning should be issued for your home or place of work.
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