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Forecast for 9/13/05 part IX

Wow, SPC apparently sees the same thing I do for today... Even in the same area...
Since I'm sure you have all read the 1300 update that this graphic is related to, I wont paste it here. I WILL paste the Wichita NWS AFD though. This is from early this morning and I'm positive they did not take in to account the convection that has spread to the southern edge of their CWA. I'll be interested to see what this does with boundarys later today.
Could this be the day that will make up for all those crappy days this past spring?
Doubt it but one can hope, right?
From ICT at 3:27AM
STORMS SHOULD FIRE ON THE COLD FRONT THIS AFTERNOON WHICH
SHOULD BE SITUATED GENERALLY ALONG THE KANSAS TURNPIKE. STILL
THINKING THAT SOME OF THE STORMS MAYBE SEVERE THIS AFTERNOON AND
EVENING ALONG THIS FRONT AS THERE WILL BE PLENTY OF MOISTURE AND
SUFFICIENT DEEP LAYER SHEAR. EVEN THOUGH IT MAYBE REMOTE, DON'T
THINK ONE CAN RULE OUT A LANDSPOUT OR TWO, MAINLY DUE TO VORTICITY
ON THE BOUNDARY ALONG WITH FAIRLY STEEP LOW LEVEL LAPSE RATES. ALSO
TOOK A QUICK LOOK AT SOME FORECAST SOUNDINGS AND THERE DOES APPEAR
TO BE SOME CAPE BELOW 700MB OVER SOUTH CENTRAL AND SE KS LATE THIS
AFTERNOON.

Forecast for 9/13/05 part X

Forecast for 9/13/05 part VIII