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Mesoscale Discussion 713
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   Mesoscale Discussion 0713
   NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
   0559 PM CDT Wed May 08 2024

   Areas affected...Southwest/south-central Missouri

   Concerning...Tornado Watch 205...212...

   Valid 082259Z - 090030Z

   The severe weather threat for Tornado Watch 205, 212 continues.

   SUMMARY...Tornado threat will continue in southwest Missouri ahead
   of a lead supercell. Large/very-large hail and damaging winds will
   also be possible.

   DISCUSSION...Storms in southwest Missouri have generally begun to
   train along the same areas. Outflow is evident on KSGF radar. Aside
   from the lead supercell, the others to the west are behind this
   outflow. The lead supercell will continue to be the focus for
   tornado potential for the next 1-2 hours. Significant hail was also
   recently reported with this lead storm. The supercells farther west
   will still be capable of large to very-large hail as well as
   isolated damaging wind gusts as the move eastward.

   ..Wendt.. 05/08/2024

   ...Please see for graphic product...


   LAT...LON   36809447 37069388 37349291 37499223 37479158 37019132
               36699143 36669194 36689210 36559381 36559453 36809447 

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