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April 22nd Texas Panhandle Supercells

Apr 23, 2015 Comments Off by

Summary: Intercepted HP behemoth in Texas panhandle. Pursued storm for a few hours occasionally getting overtaken by the forward and rear flank cores containing lots of hail up to ping pong ball size. Abandoned storm for new development nearby which turned out to be a much more photogenic storm that had a questionable tornado we […]

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April 8th 2015 Oklahoma Bait

Apr 12, 2015 Comments Off by

Summary: First chase of 2015 goes down a bust as a dumb decision was made to dump initial storms across KS that ended up producing a tornado for a dryline storm in Oklahoma that vanished as soon as we arrived. Stats: Tornadoes: 0 Hail: 0.00″ Wind: n/a The Forecast: Slow moving system finally entering the […]

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Clinton Iowa Tornado April 9 2015

Apr 12, 2015 Comments Off by

Summary: Chased HP supercell from southern Iowa to Illinois border, finally catching developing tornado at very close range near Clinton. Celebrations were short lived as historic event then unfolds back in Illinois.       Stats: Tornadoes: 1 Hail: 1.25″ (Half dollar) Wind: est 70mph RFD Milestone: First multi state tornado. (IA-IL) The Forecast: Slow […]

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February Arctic Blast Coming?

Jan 24, 2015 Comments Off

After a rough start to January, things have eased up the last couple weeks. That trend looks to remain the same with tolerable temperatures for winter levels and just a few nuisance type systems bringing light snow to various parts of the nation. Basically, no major gloom and doom headlines to talk about as we […]

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A Warm Up Is Coming

Jan 12, 2015 Comments Off

    Good evening all, winter has been on full rampage mode, but that is about to change! A moderating trend gets underway beginning Thursday of this week, and by Saturday, much of the country will be above normal! Well, except for Florida, but they have been laughing at us all winter so we can […]

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