After seeing tornadoes in Northern Oklahoma the prior day, we knew the number of chases we had left was very small — so we ended up taking a risk on a day in Northern Kansas where instability was extreme and wind shear was just good enough for potential supercells. Our hopes of seeing a tornado weren’t high, but it was a day worth rolling the dice on. […]
Going to keep this update shorter since I think nap time may be coming after an early morning shoot in the Sonoran Desert. Yesterday we began up in the mountains from Heber-Overgaard, AZ to Payson, AZ but ended up in the lower deserts near Phoenix to Wickenburg, AZ. […]
As the 2011 was nearing an end, we were looking at a few days of an active dryline in the Southern Plains. On June 18, 2011 — it looked like the atmosphere was primed for tornadic supercells along the KS/OK border from north-central Oklahoma into SE Kansas. […]
The great monsoon 2016 expedition has begun! Eugene Thieszen and myself trekked from Oklahoma City to western New Mexico to begin our monsoon chase excursion. Our first day was likely more successful than any day we had out here last year when we gambled on super late-season monsoon action (and largely lost). This year, we got off to a great start with plenty of storms and plenty of lightning bolts! […]
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