Severe Weather Chase Forecast Discussion – January 24, 2021

We won’t always post forecast discussions for elevated hailers — but today we’re doing it because it is January and this is the first severe weather threat of the year on the Plains. Location: A slight risk across the Red River Valley with a marginal risk surrounding that in OK/TX. Timing: Evening into the overnight….

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Photographing beautiful storms and landscapes | Monsoon 2020

Monsoon season is always one of our favorite times of the year. As moisture increases over the southwestern United States, the annual thunderstorm season begins in earnest over the desert. For storm photographers, this is an incredible option to add some spectacular shots to your photography library. This year, with the pandemic ongoing — this…

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Storm Chase Case: Night of the Creepy Twisters

Chasing at night is REALLY difficult — especially compared to daytime chases. When that night chase happens in November in a low CAPE, high shear environment? Buckle up! The November 16, 2015 Tornado Outbreak across the Texas Panhandle into SW Kansas is one of the most prolific tornado outbreaks of the last decade on the…

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