We actually had a couple of tornado reports yesterday in north Texas. The tornado reports are indicated by the red dots on the map. I actually saw a shot of one of the tornadoes, looked impressive. We had a one funnel whirl for a couple of seconds that retreated back into the cloud, but that was it, and nothing more happened. It could very well have been my imagination as desperate for something as I am. The same area is under a slight risk today,... incidentally, that same area is also under a slight risk for severe weather for tomorrow, and then on Friday and Saturday, the threat moves slightly eastward. Finally, it looks like spring has arrived and severe weather season is upon us. Saturday looks like the big day to me.
WITH STRONG DEEP-LAYER WIND FIELD AND MOIST/LIKELY UNSTABLE AIRMASS IN PLACE... WIDESPREAD SEVERE WEATHER APPEARS LIKELY. AT LEAST SOME SEVERE THREAT SHOULD SHIFT STEADILY EWD WITH TIME DAYS 5-6-7...I'll certainly be keeping an eye on this one as it tracks across the US.
Have a beautiful day!