Well everyone, we got through the tornado risk untouched! Unfortunately, Oregon wouldn’t agree as an EF-2 tornado damaged several homes and businesses. Nobody was killed thankfully! We are now experiencing a ridge of high pressure which is allowing some sun into the region which is also cooling us down a bit! Friday, we are going to see partly sunny skies with fog in the morning burning off by about 10 AM with a high near 46 and a low near 34. The ridge will leave us overnight bringing us another trough which will bring us rain overnight Friday. Saturday, we are going to see rain all day with a high near 42 and a low near 33. Sunday, showers are likely with possible embedded thunderstorms, a high near 42 and a low near 34. Everyone enjoy your weekends!
Tony Propp recently graduated high school. He is planning to attend The University of Oklahoma and is currently a National Weather Service (Skywarn) Storm spotter. He is also known nationally for his forecasts and storm chasing. His storm chasing team is called Mesochase which chases here in the Northwest as well as the Plains of northern Texas, through Oklahoma into Kansas.