14.5 hours from St Clair, MO later, I have returned back home. No visual tornadoes, but still one hell of a time.
We got on our first active tornado warned storm of the trip, and it produced a tornado. Poor visibility and lack of light kept us from seeing it, but it was likely very close.
Today we go hunting for tornadoes in the South Dakota area. And a brief recap of the non-event in Nebraska yesterday.
We’re in Nebraska today, looking for some supercells and maybe a tornado if we’re lucky.
We traveled about 7 hours for our first storms since the ride out here, and we lucked out by finding the only one to get severe warned in the region.
The Storm Prediction Center has “see texted” the west Texas region as a dryline begins to form over the area today. This feature, increasing instability, and an eventual mid-level trough passage all mentioned yesterday, promise to at least give us some weather to see [...]
Three days of sunshine in Tornado Alley in may can knock a chaser down. The outlook going forward is a hopeful one though.
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