Supercells are always producing lowerings and ‘hang-me-downs’ — but how do you know when these features are actually threatening?
This supercell certainly looks pretty in Western Okalhoma — but what in the world is it actually up to? Let’s take a look.
This supercell in far NW Oklahoma certainly looks interesting — but is this thing actually a threat to produce a tornado? Let’s take a look!
Hey, no one likes being miles from a supercell, but in this case it pays off as we diagram the pieces and look at the storm’s big picture.
This supercell looks like its ready to invade the planet. But let’s diagram it to ensure we’re all going to be safe.
This supercell from May 29, 2018 means serious business and could produce a tornado at any moment. Let’s break down what to look for as it takes the next move up.
This sky looks mean with lots of low hanging clouds around. But, here’s how to discern if it means business or not.
This storm was riding an outflow boundary in Oklahoma — and producing tornadoes. Here’s how we can track what’s going on with this storm.