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Getting The Best Information Possible This Severe Weather Season

One of the side affects of modern-day media is information overload. In fact, there are so many sources of news and information it is literally impossible to keep up with everything. Weather sources have suffered very similar fates over the past few years, with so many different places to access weather data that you can’t [...]

By | February 3rd, 2017|Titan U|0 Comments

Some Chase Lessons From When a High Risk Doesn’t Pan Out

High Risks are rare creatures in the land of severe weather outlooks. When a high risk was issued on January 22, 2017, it understandably sent the weather world on social media into a frenzy. Given that it had been over two years since the last high risk (6/3/14), the reaction was pretty intense. Indeed, many of [...]

By | January 23rd, 2017|Other Weather, Titan U|0 Comments

When Does Tornado Season Start?

“When does tornado season start?” Depending on who you ask, that question can bring back many different responses. For instance, if you ask someone from the southeast United States when tornado season starts in January — they may tell you its already begun. Ask the same person in North Dakota and they’ll tell you to [...]

By | January 19th, 2017|Storms 101, Titan U|0 Comments

Left Split Supercells 101

On some storm days, supercells sometimes split into more than one storm. We call these storm splits by which direction they move after the split occurs. A right-splitting storm will typically turn right and have a counter-clockwise or cyclonic rotation — what you would expect a supercell to do in the Northern Hemisphere. These are [...]

By | June 22nd, 2016|Storms 101, Titan U|0 Comments