It was great to do some December storm chasing yesterday in the Sacramento Valley! Spotted this photogenic cell near Corning, CA around 4:15 PM Sunday 12/4. Mid-level rotation was evident on radar and visually. #cawx@NWSSacramento
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TRACKING a massive upper low in the central Atlantic with potential of transitioning into a warm core tropical cyclone over the next several days! I am using the @Windycom app and it’s beautiful visualizations. Never stop tracking
As far as chasing this event goes, its a rough area, but there are three areas that are at least somewhat more workable,
I-44 from Tulsa into S MO
The Arkansas River Valley gives a thin strip of workable fields and terrain
Red River Valley points SW
Euro on D7 is about as synoptically favorable as you can get for a severe weather outbreak, the SPC is already highlighting a large area on D7.
If moisture return can suffice (With very little gulf scouring I suspect it will) we will be looking at another volatile day.
@Stormchaser_TS@AlanSchenkel@JaredTrupp Yeah I know the wind won’t help but I’m hoping I can block enough with either a building or my car to get something halfway decent. Mostly just a off the cuff “learn the ropes” type of night
Late night supercell on May 19, 2018. Dropped baseballs near Canadian, TX. Earlier that day, I busted with the setup in north Oklahoma. I was then lucky enough to watch a tornado warned supercell near Fairview (pic 2). Then this storm to finish out my trip home #txwx#wxtwitter