I want to clarify that this watch ISN'T for us. This Tornado Watch was issued just a short while ago for areas in MO and far SE KS. What I do want to point out is that these storms are expected to strengthen as the day goes on and move towards our area later tonight and early tomorrow morning.
As I posted this morning, we are in a slight risk for severe storms tomorrow too and the new updated outlook for Wednesday has this written for our area.
SOMEWHAT COMPLEX FORECAST THIS PERIOD FROM ERN KS/ERN OK EWD INTO THE TN/OH VALLEY REGION...AS AT LEAST TWO EPISODES OF CONVECTION/MCS SHOULD SHIFT EWD ACROSS ERN KS/MO AND INTO THE MID MS/LOWER OH/TN VALLEY REGION THROUGH THE DAY ONE PERIOD.
The reason I posted this portion of the text was for this simple fact. The SPC mentioned that here in the lower OH and TN Valley regions (that is us essentially) we would see an MCS move through our region during the Day One period. The Day One period they speak of is today's outlook.
So what I am thinking is that this action we see forming out in MO where the Tornado Watch is located, is what we are going to see form into an MCS for our region tonight and affect us early tomorrow.