|SPC Convective Outlook
|SPC Tornado Outlook
|Morning surface analysis
We kept trying to head east out ahead of this now-developing squall line, which started producing 70mph straight line winds. We parked up in Alva (OK) and let the line pass over us, then as it cleared to our east the northern side of a bowing segment became tornado-warned with hints of an inflow notch on radar. It didn't look particularly impressive, so we chose to ignore it and carried on driving back to Woodward (OK) for a hotel for the night.
|Our location (blue circle) and the tornado warning to our east
|Double rainbow as the line of storms move away to the west, near Freedom (OK)
|Mammatus and rainbow to end the day above our chase vehicle, near Freedom (OK)
|Mammatus and faint rainbow near Freedom (OK)