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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Conclusion of 2 week tour.

I recently completed a 2 week tour. Possibly my last tour I will conduct. The tour was ended with a New Mexico tornado! Thus, the 2 week tours still maintain a 100% tornado observation success rate.

Thursday, January 2, 2014

Photo in New Scientist

New Scientist recently published my photo of a Canadian tornado in its magazine. It has been nice to see this photo make the rounds on the internet.

Looking forward to 2014! There are a lot of big milestones I'm working toward accomplishing. More on that later...

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Here's a little animation from the El Reno EF-5 tornado. I think this gives a pretty good sense of how while it was partially obscured, you knew it was there with some of the lightning flashes. Images were taken from people with me, I put together the images into the animation.

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Some more photos of the amazing LP Supercell in Nebraska from the final tour. I love that storm!

Wednesday, June 5, 2013

One More Frame Grab of the Largest Tornado in Recorded History

One more frame from a customer's video where the tornado was backlit by lightning. At this point, based off the damage survey, it was only a few tenths of a mile smaller than it's maximum width of 2.6 miles.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

El Reno Tornado Upgraded to EF-5

The El Reno, OK tornado was upgraded to an EF-5. It also now holds the record for width, at 2.6 miles. Below is a frame grab from my customer's video.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Nebraska Low Precipitation Supercell

We were treated last week to a beautiful LP supercell over Nebraska. It was an extremely fun slow moving storm. Despite its appearance, and tornado warning, in the end it was largely harmless. Simply got to enjoy some great supercell structure. I however was unable to bring my tripod on this leg of the journey, so the quality of the photo is a little lower than I like. Over all though, still shows the beauty of this storm.