Sunday, 29 May 2016

Wednesday 11th May 2016 - Texas (Slight Risk)

Started today in Norman with a broad target of the Lubbock to Abilene area along a weak dryline. After travelling south to Gainsville we headed west on Highway 385 towards a storm that had developed much further west than all models had developed. We got our first look near Breckenridge of a looming HP Supercell which was dropping an angry mix of hail and winds. After noting the south east movement we headed down to Albany and got a look at the all too familiar Outflow Dominant green skies with quite striking lightning. Although this Supercell went tornado warned we saw little to zero rotation from our vantage point. We took a few structure shots and headed back east to the now developing bowing line heading towards our hotel for the night in Weatherford (Tx)

Below : HP Supercell near Albany (Texas)


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