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Marginal Risk of Severe Storms Today – July 28, 2015

For most of us in the region, it’s going to be yet another hot and sunny day with heat indexes well over 100F. For some of us though, especially those of you lucky enough to be living near the cold front entering the region today, you may see some storms and temperature relief.  […]

July 28th, 2015|Southern Plains Current Weather|

Large Tornado in Manitoba – July 27, 2015

It was a busy evening in the Northern Plains of the U.S. as well as on the Canadian Prairies where at least one large and long-track tornado formed in Manitoba near Tilston. Visually, it looks as if the tornado was rather impressive and perhaps even a strong one via social media reports. Let’s go to the tape! […]

July 27th, 2015|Archived Weather, Photo, Video|

“Oklahoma Surprise” — The Hammon, OK Tornado from March 8, 2010

Every now and then, a day comes along that surprises you so much that you can’t help but just feel a bit of shock. The extremely photogenic and long-lasting tornado of March 8, 2010 from near Elk City, OK to Hammon, OK was one of those days — where it all came together just enough to produce what was a very memorable day. […]

July 27th, 2015|Storm Chasing, Video|

“High Disappointment” — The Oklahoma High Risk Tornado Event of May 19, 2010

May 19, 2010 wasn’t supposed to be a high risk going in — but it ended up that way when a localized maximized environment took shape along a warm front in Northern/Central Oklahoma. Surrounding that high risk was a large moderate risk zone. Severe weather was likely, and we had to make the most of it… […]

July 25th, 2015|Storm Chasing, Video|

Hot Weather Continues for Awhile Yet… – July 25, 2015

If light winds, blue skies, and just plain hot is your thing — you are going to love the next few days in this region. Most areas will continue to be or feel as if its 100F or hotter through the next 5-6 days, before the ridge overhead weakens and a cool front sneaks in. […]

July 25th, 2015|Southern Plains Current Weather|

“Hail in Texas” — Losing the Battle Against Large Hail

One of the worst things that can happen to a chaser is to accidentally end up in big hail that can bust your windshield or windows. This is because the damage to windows hail can cause is quite costly. For us on May 18, 2010 — we pushed it too far to try to keep a view of a rain wrapped mesocyclone and ended up paying the price.


July 24th, 2015|Storm Chasing, Video|

Tornadoes in the Northern Plains – July 23, 2015

Despite a relatively low risk of tornadoes today, a couple did occur across the northern Plains — along with some pretty dynamic skies. Check out the photos and videos! […]

July 23rd, 2015|Archived Weather|

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