Embark on a journey of excitement and adventure with this storm chasing video in Eastern New Mexico.

On June 7, 2022, I followed the path of a powerful mothership supercell, forming off of the Sangre De Cristo mountains and ending past Tucumcari. Initially I intercepted a storm that formed west of Springer, NM. It had ‘the look’ for a brief bit but fell apart just about as fast. I was honestly worried that the day was a failure until I saw a second, more powerful storm to my SW.

This second storm was truly a spectacle, showcasing amazing stacked plate structure and electrifying lightning strikes. One of the highlights of this chase was the intense RFD surge near the Sabinoso Wilderness, featuring pure white hail falling from the sky with a minor hail roar.

Despite a challenging chase year, this was the perfect way to end my spring storm chasing season. I’m hopeful that 2023 will bring me more great storms and I can’t wait to get back out there.

Don’t miss this incredible display of nature’s raw power, captured on film for your viewing pleasure.

0:00 – Intro
0:23 – First Storm!
1:46 – Wimpy LP But A New Storm…
2:42 – Sabinoso Beauty
3:47 – Mesas + Structure
4:46 – Monster RFD/Hail Dump
5:49 – Working Through the Road Hole
6:52 – Mothership Arrival
7:47 – This was a weird season


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