Monthly Archives: November 2014


Pattern Becoming Busier Over the Next Week

If it’s 70 degrees in the Winter in Oklahoma, you can almost certainly bet a big cooldown is coming within a couple of days. This time is no different, with colder air arriving Sunday Night into Monday with an active storm pattern possibly evolving over the region late this upcoming week into the next week. [...]

By | November 29th, 2014|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

So You Got a New Camera…Now What?

Ah yes, Black Friday. Cyber Monday. You’ve probably been scoping out some great camera deals online. And if you’ve taken advantage and you have a shiny new camera, you are probably wondering what’s next. If you are new to photography (or not), you probably haven’t been told that a camera body is a base purchase [...]

By | November 28th, 2014|Photo Tips, Video Tips|4 Comments

What Led To The Amazing Supercell on June 22, 2014

In what was a rather slim pickens year in the Southern Plains, my favorite storm this past year happened to occur on June 22, 2014 — a beast of a supercell with amazing structure, lightning, and some brief tornadoes across the Panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas. This storm formed in the afternoon and drifted southward [...]

By | November 27th, 2014|Storms 101, Titan U|0 Comments

Looking Ahead to our December Weather

December is fast approaching us here in the Southern Plains, and it’s likely we’re going to see a cooler and wetter month than normal. That doesn’t specifically mean snow, but it certainly means the odds of a snowstorm or two are pretty high for the region this upcoming month. […]

By | November 25th, 2014|Southern Plains Weather|0 Comments

Photographing a Supercell Thunderstorm (Video)

Photographing a supercell thunderstorm is one of the most rewarding (and challenging) ventures for storm chasers. Supercells can be amazingly beautiful as they roam over the open plains of Tornado Alley, but they are also dangerous and deadly and thus, must be treated with respect. […]

By | November 23rd, 2014|Titan U|1 Comment