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The weather radar conference is ongoing in Colorado this week, and one of the conference papers features some eye-popping statistics regarding the 31 May El Reno tornado. This paper, authored by Josh Wurman and others, is titled “Preliminary Results from … Continue reading
As most chaser types already know, the Storm Prediction Center has issued a moderate risk for severe weather for Wednesday. A significant severe weather event is expected, but the kind of event is still uncertain. Will it be a wind … Continue reading
It’s April, and if you live in the south, the gray pallete of winter is slowly – but perceptibly – changing into a cornucopia of springtime color. It’s warmer now (at last!), and most of us are happily trading the … Continue reading
Growing up, I was obsessed with tornadoes. I daydreamed about them. I watched every TV show about them. I read every book I could find about them – several times. And, in those books, there was only one tornado outbreak that was always mentioned: the Super Outbreak … Continue reading