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Weather Video of the Week: #27, 7/5/20

This week’s video is probably the most scenic tornado I’ve seen this year.   (I didn’t personally see it, but I’ve seen this video floating around for the last few days.) Note:  I do not own this video. I challenge you … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week 2019 #33

This week’s image was taken a few hours ago over Nebraska Notice the sharp convection along I-80 in western Nebraska. That one bubbling storm looks to be on a pocket of rapidly-rising air, and is worth watching for the next … Continue reading

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5/27/19: Storm Chase Predictions

I am debating chasing the NE/CO/WY borders this afternoon, but I have to figure it out now.  I’m starting the day in Denver and should probably drive home. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has issued an Enhanced Risk for this … Continue reading

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5/17/19 High Plains Tours: Day #6 Predictions

Hopefully, our days of positioning and playing the chess match will pay off this afternoon. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has issued a set of Enhanced Risks, our choice of which is over western Nebraska. Associated with the Enhanced Risk … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week #18

This week’s Satellite Image of the Week shows the formation of some average, garden variety thunderstorms over Iowa, South Dakota, Minnesota and Nebraska. There is a little shear, as shown by the mountain-wave pattern (where there are no mountains!)  There … Continue reading

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