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Satellite Image of the Week 2019 #23

This week’s image was taken on 6/7/19 over the western Oklahoma. There was a nice cumulus field developing east of the dryline. Even though my chase season is probably done for the year, I do like watching the cumulus fields … Continue reading

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5/22/19: Storm Chase Predictions

Today was a bit messier of a day.  There was perhaps a bigger threat as compared to yesterday, but it was in terrain that had experienced heavy flooding over the past few weeks.  We discussed it with the Virginia Tech … Continue reading

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Christmas Road Trip 2018: Day 22

We made it as far as Tulsa, OK, last night, under cool, clear, still weather.  We should make it home to Rio Rancho, NM, today. Our route will take us along I-44 to I-40. The NWS in Tulsa, OK, (for Tulsa, … Continue reading

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Satellite Image of the Week #35

This week’s Satellite Image of the Week shows a very large cumulus field across Texas, Oklahoma,  Arkansas and Louisiana. Notice how all of the clouds seem to form rows pointing to the Gulf of Mexico.  This is what I mean … Continue reading

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