June continued to give a lot of chase opportunities to storm chasers during the first week. On this day, supercells formed across the dryline in the Texas Panhandle. We ended up targeted one in the northern panhandle that ended up producing a barely visible tornado during a rapid transition to heavily HP. The structure was solid on this day but due to crowded storm modes and an eventual line, it never got to a point where it was really excellent.
June 6, 2014 Storm Chase | Texas Panhandle HP Tornadic Supercell
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