Kicking Off Chase Season
It’s great to be back in the Plains. Yesterday was the first chase day of my season and I had to drive nine hours before I even made it to my target in the Texas panhandle.
While I may not have much to show for it, the chase featured some neat structure, hail and an opportunity to dust off the cobwebs that come from not chasing since October.
A few storms that did get going in the Texas panhandle produced large hail, strong winds and isolated, brief tornadoes. The chase terrain and road network was mixed and when I found myself in the rural Caprock region, I was without cell phone or radar data for quite sometime.
Today will likely be a rest and prepare day. Although some widely isolated severe storms may be possible, a much greater potential arises tomorrow.
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