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First TOR of the day for Scott County, AR.

Got caught in a torrential downpour while running. Very efficient rain rates.
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First TOR watch of the day being drawn up for parts of AR, TX, and maybe northwest LA.
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The HRRR really socks NE AR, MO Boothill, far NW TN, and W/C KY with training storms and about 2-5 inches of rain that area doesn't need.
No we do not.
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SPC notes that the crapvection/cloud cover will try to limit the daytime heating potential. Time to watch the radar and satellite to see if any clearing can take place.
Wonderful and pithy translation of their discussion!

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The HRRR really socks NE AR, MO Boothill, far NW TN, and W/C KY with training storms and about 2-5 inches of rain that area doesn't need. 
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Lots of convection in southern Arkansas moving this way and socked in clouds. Now- if the air mass in northern LA can make it up this way- which is probably will....
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Sun been in out here. Current dp65
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SPC notes that the crapvection/cloud cover will try to limit the daytime heating potential. Time to watch the radar and satellite to see if any clearing can take place.
  Very low cloud deck with drizzle here. Struggling to warm here atm.
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SPC notes that the crapvection/cloud cover will try to limit the daytime heating potential. Time to watch the radar and satellite to see if any clearing can take place.
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