Storms finally developed just prior to sunset, but a nice isolated supercell was not evident. I made reservations for rooms at the Days Inn in… [Read More]
Storms developed south of Chadron, and we headed west and south from the Gordon vicinity. An impressive shelf cloud approached us south of Hay Springs,… [Read More]
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus in Indiana, and it is between Evansville, IN and Louisville, KY. And, yes, we chased all of the… [Read More]
Moisture was marginal and upper winds were unimpressive, and severe weather was not expected on the High Plains. We found a pretty cell in eastern… [Read More]
The Plains were high and dry for about ten consecutive days in May, 2006. We were forced into sight-seeing mode.
This was a long day with a long drive, beginning at Sweetwater, TX. Activity went up in west-central Kansas, north of Garden City, and we… [Read More]
We were near Patricia, TX again two days later. This time, a dinky LP cell croaked. We fled south to southern Midland County, where another… [Read More]
When large hail began to bombard us in Seminole, we dashed east to safety and waited near Patricia. This afforded a great view of the… [Read More]
The arrival day for the Tour One guests with Tempest Tours was a success, as we intercepted an impressive supercell in Kent County. Clairemont is… [Read More]
Lenticular clouds at dusk near home in Westlake Village, CA. These crazy things were nearly overhead, and my wide-angle lens (16mm) wasn’t wide enough!