05 Jun

June 5, 2022 – Holdredge, Nebraska

An overnight MCS across Oklahoma and it’s associated outflow combined with a frontal zone setup a potent environment across Western Nebraska and storms were expected to fire along the front later in the afternoon. It looked like a MCS type event again so I hadn’t planned on chasing, but initiation held off until later in the day so I was able to just head out late to check it out.

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04 Jun

June 4, 2022 – Chapman, Nebraska

June 4th featured a stationary front draped across southern Nebraska stretching east of a lee trough in eastern Colorado as the remnants of an MCV drifted across eastern Kansas. This setup would bring dewpoints near 60°F into southern Nebraska bringing with it MLCAPE values around 2,000 J/kg. I was expecting a few supercells along the front west of Grand Island so decided after work to head west and check stuff out.

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