Monthly Archive: July 2015

Tennessee Valley

On the heels of chasing in the Midwest two days ago, I headed south into the Tennessee Valley yesterday. There was a marginal tornado threat, particularly from far southern Kentucky, down into Tennessee. The...

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Illinois Doesn’t Pull Through

I dropped southeast through the Midwest today, after starting the morning in Minnesota, the target was once again northern Illinois. The area has been targeted many times this season, with some days ending up...

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12AM Update for July 13th Event

The models were virtually all wrong with the southward extent of convection Sunday evening. Models, generally, blew up storms over far southern MN into IA, but there’s been pretty much nothing there. There’s one...

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Nature’s Fireworks

Mother Nature provided some fireworks for the fourth of July across the northern Plains. A few severe thunderstorms developed late in the afternoon, persisting into the evening hours. While storms initially took a while...

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High Plains Getaway

I’ve been spending a few days in the central High Plains before I eventually move northeast for more storm chasing opportunities. Today was a relatively low-end day in terms of severe threats, but even...

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Tornadoes Near Kansas City

Just three days after a tornado in portions of St. Louis, it looked like the Kansas City area was going to be under a tornado threat. Again, storm chasing is thrilling and exciting, but...

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