Month: June 2019

30 Jun

June 30, 2019 – Nebraska Storms

June 30th was a combination chase/travel day, so the plan was to chase storms along a frontal boundary in Central Nebraska, follow them east, then hopefully be close to home after dark. The forecast was for a surface low in northeast Colorado to drift into southwestern Nebraska. Extending from that low was a warm front to Sioux Falls.

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22 Jun

June 22, 2019 – Dusk tornado near Pritchett, Colorado

June 22nd featured a couple of targets for chasing. A cold front was expected to slide across the plains from Kansas into the Texas Panhandle extending from a low in Northern Kansas while a post-frontal upslope regime was also expected to take hold in Eastern Colorado from the I-25 corridor east. Since I’m not a fan of southeast-northeast oriented cold fronts and I really dig chasing in Colorado, this made the decision easy.

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