Stock Footage: An outflow boundary stalled across south central and southeastern Kansas made an opportunity for severe thunderstorms on the afternoon of June 29, 2017. Parameters were in place to support tornadic supercell thunderstorms, large hail and damaging winds. However, mid level temperatures were warmer than forecast and prevented the storms from reaching their full severe potential. This capping effect caused the storms to erupt but eventually have the updraft “choked off” by the warmer temperatures aloft. This video highlights what that capping or choking looked like in time lapse.
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