Storms are dynamic things! That is one of the most important lessons you can learn about storm observation.
This video follows the progress of storms over about 1 hour in Northeast New Mexico. We begin with a supercell that has begun to weaken and end with a developed line of storms.
That’s right, we go from a single rotating storm to wall of storms in this video! This is a pretty cool teaching lesson as we watch our initial storm shrivel but updrafts form everywhere and eventually organize into a line. And the bonus? THIS IS ALL IN 360 VIDEO!
Every storm will grow and change in time, nothing stays static forever! It is one of the draws to storm observation and photography — every moment is fleeting and you truly have to live in the moment to appreciate the scenes in front of you.
Incredible way to view your content!!! Them you so much
2:32 I like that?? ????
Maybe it's on my end, but this vid is too blurry to watch. Please advise. Thanks. I'd really like to watch it, btw if it can come thru more clearly. jbe
Just discovered this channel. These 360 videos are very awesome!
So impressed with this outstanding use of 360. Seeing the structure callouts in context of the full sky vs a static frame is just so powerful. Love these.
Awesome 360 deg video, helps to define what's happening during storms
Found you through TikTok. Have to say I'm blown away by your use of 360 like this – very, very cool and well done!
Seems ungratefully churlish to offer a (constructive) criticism of yet another high quality, in content and defintion, educational video. The annotations are always exemplary but, Ouch! some of them in this video are way too tiny to read, even at HQ and full screen. Can you not use the larger font throughout the video and then employ an arrowhead to point out the small features? As ever huge thanks for a superb video.
This is awesome! I’ve never seen an interactive YouTube video. Great job explaining the process and life cycles of the storms. I would love more of this!
Was this recent? I live in NM? Where was this by
Absaloute cool! Good to learn as much, about the weather. Going to save the Battery on the laptop..I've been useing a generic version of the weather that's useing GPS (A friend put together) it works ok but looking for a better program.. This one could get me in harm's way! Could you recamend a good program? This one is 5yo and works ok in the area I chase in. Southern Michigan and N Ohio and N Indiana, Illinois? Going to expand East. St Louis, Kansas Oklahoma and more South East. I'm Cheap and would be ready to spend $$.