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I am getting geared up for the Storm Chase, but I cannot seem to get my APRS system up and running.  I haven’t ran APRS in several years, and thought maybe I could get something running by Wednesday.  No dice. … Continue reading

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Storm Chase Preparation

I don’t know when my first days in the Great Plains will be this year. I do know that I have been working on my vehicle in preparation.  Yesterday, I set up a Yaesu FT-7800 VHF/UHF radio and a Kenwood … Continue reading

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Skywarn Recognition Day 2015

Today, there was an amateur radio special event called, “Skywarn Recognition Day.” I participate in it each year. The idea is that you try to talk to as many National Weather Service offices as possible, as most of them are … Continue reading

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A Few Updates

I got my last test score back for Synoptic Meteorology: 95%. My quiz grades leading into it were a little lower, but I obviously learned the material before taking the quarter term exam. I will spend the next several days … Continue reading

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Plans and Gear

My plans for chasing are still up in the air, but I have condensed my HF antenna collection for the trip. I will have the following Hamstick antennas: 6m, 10m, 12m, 15m, 17m, 20m and 40m. I don’t know how … Continue reading

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Welcome to the my blog about storm chasing!  My name is Seth Price, my amateur radio call sign is N3MRA, and I am an instrumentation instructor at New Mexico Tech.  I spend my free time chasing storms. A little about … Continue reading

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