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« Reply #60 on: April 15, 2012, 06:33:32 pm »

http://www.news-star.com/news/x1830132849/Severe-weather-alert-Tornado-warnings-issued-Friday-more-storms-likely-Saturday

Severe weather alert: Tornado warnings issued Friday; more storms likely Saturday

SHAWNEE, Okla. —

April 13, 2012

Forecasters and emergency managers began issuing alerts Friday about the threat of storms occurring and continuing into Saturday, and as expected, storms popped up in central Oklahoma. Tornado sirens were activated in Shawnee, Tecumseh and other areas in Pottawatomie County about 5 p.m. Friday when storms with rotation and reported funnels moved through the area. No damage was reported.
 
The threat of a tornado outbreak remains today and into Sunday, with officials asking everyone to be weather aware this weekend.
 
Storm spotters and law enforcement officers were among those watching the skies Friday evening in Pottawatomie County as a storm that dropped a tornado in Norman skipped across this area.
 
Shawnee/Pottawatomie County Emergency Management Director Don Lynch said there were reports of tornadoes in three areas — about one mile south of Independence on Drummond Road, in the area of Old Highway 270 and U.S. 177 and north of Westech Road on SH 18.
 
“We’ve driven the area and thankfully can’t find any damage,” Lynch said late Friday, as he and others were on alert for the possibility of more storms developing overnight. About 8:30 p.m., a tornado watch that had been issued for Pottawatomie County was extended until 4 a.m. today, with the outlook also showing the potential tornado outbreak today.
 
The warnings for a stormy weekend issued Friday came in response to the Storm Prediction Center (SPC) issuing a High Risk Outlook for the second day of a storm period. The warning is a somewhat unusual move by the SPC, Lynch said.
 
“The storms have no idea where SPC draws those lines, and the outlook categories are not fences that keep the bad storms only in the moderate or high-risk areas,” Lynch said. “The bottom line is we are in a risk area... and you need to pay close attention and check the weather often.”
 
The severe weather may include tornadoes, hail and strong winds up to 70 mph.
 
A large upper-level system that developed over the southwestern U.S. was expected to advance into Oklahoma Friday, although the brunt of the system may not form until late today. The storms will also be fast-moving, which allows for less time to react to warnings and makes storm spotting operations difficult and more dangerous than usual, Lynch said.
 
“Now is the time to prepare for severe weather... including making sure safe rooms and shelters are ready,” he said.
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