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Storm Chase 2015

From May 17 to May 30 2015 I chased storms with Cloud9 tours (http://www.cloud9tours.com/).

I flew into Will Rogers airport, Oklahoma City, OK on Saturday 16 May meeting Ian and Mark Rees at Newark airport during the stop-over. 760 more words

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Storm Season Plans

If you are on Twitter you have probably noticed a response from the weather community over the first few rumbles of thunder that can best be summed up by this image sent to me by @blueznjazz… 263 more words


I got my wish (sorta).....Stormtrack

I will first state that much has chanced since 2011 and I’m taking no real joy in the news other than happy to see that Stormtrack will see new life. 480 more words

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Friday night lightning

Following a couple of days of hot weather we were promised a thundery breakdown and the sky Gods didn’t let us down. Storms formed across the Channel in the middle of the afternoon and slowly made their way to England in a NNW direction. 247 more words

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Old topic, quick post:

Going back through some of this years top storms. We are all saddened by the loss of great chasers Tim Samaras, his son and Carl Young. 244 more words

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Photo Spotlight: "Take Cover"

Low precipitation supercells are some of the most photographic storms on the planet. The= small amount of precipitation allows for the entire column of the mesocyclone to become visible. 44 more words


Photo Spotlight: "Updraft of Cotton"

One of my top 5 non tornado chases. May of 2012 in Western Kansas. Three updrafts rocketing skyward just as the sun hit its peak colors. 24 more words