Drove from Oklahoma City to the Texas Panhandle on what was a very marginal day for severe storm development. Nothing of any significance developed, but we were treated to the spectacle of an annular eclipse which brought the day to a happy close near Lubbock, Texas. The chances for severe weather ramps up in the central Great Plains by mid-week, so Monday is most likely going to be a positioning day.
This morning’s model runs now indicate the possibility of supercells forming in SE Colorado, NW Texas, and W Oklahoma. Might turn out to be a good chase day afterall.