Monthly Archive: May 2014

Big Lake, TX Supercell Time Lapse

Here’s another time lapse, this time from the Big Lake area in Texas on May 24th, 2014. The storm had a rotating wall cloud, but was beginning to weaken as we approached it. A...

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Saturday Supercells

A weekend of chasing is over and Saturday was the most successful day. We chased a couple of supercells and saw some great structure. I will have more information and footage in the coming...

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Chasing in Western Texas

I’ll be chasing storms this weekend on both Saturday and Sunday across western Texas and the panhandle region. A slow-moving upper level low will rotate east over the next few days. Ahead of the...

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Active Weather Pattern Developing

After a few isolated severe thunderstorms over the past couple of days, a prolonged active weather patterns appears to be underway. Today and tomorrow (May 20-21): An upper level shortwave moving across the upper...

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Looking Ahead Out West

Looking deeper into May, there could be some localized severe leading into the weekend as the Southwest trough slowly ejects. The next notable threat is across the High Plains by early next week. While...

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June Outlook

May has been a changeable month so far with temperatures and more changes are in the store for the next 4-6 weeks or so. Looking at the first 15 days of May, temperatures have...

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Ohio Supercell Time-Lapse

It was already after 7:30 p.m. by the time that a pair of supercells were approaching I-70, to the southeast of Columbus, Ohio. With daylight dwindling and not much else lighting up on radar,...

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