Well, the convection is trying. And dying. Case in point, the full life cycle of a pair of storms across the northern suburubs of Houston. Thoughts below:
You are looking at the 1-minute Mesoscale Sector scan with GLM Flash Extent Density, the Vaisala GLD dataset, and ProbSevere overlays. Some things to look at:
ProbSevere struggled when the storms were most intense by merging two individual storm objects, splitting them apart, then re-merging back into one object. Trends were a mess because of this.
GLM lightning activity ceased a full 10 minutes before ProbSevere dissipated the tracking associated with the cells. However, it continued to show flashes taking place for 7-minutes after the last CG was detected in the GLD data. Good use for IDSS to let people know that cloud-to-ground strikes are still possible.
The storms initially were moving northwest along a boundary then deviated to the northeast as they strengthened. As soon as the moved off the boundary…bye bye!