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Offline Jimmy Deguara

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Tornado warned supercells - NE Colorado 5th June 2006
« on: 07 June 2006, 06:39:36 PM »
Targetted far NW Nebraska but moved a little too late on the storm development in Colorado as it moved southeast from the Sterling vicinity. These became tornado warned in Colorado - the second of which was warned as we approached but became outflow dominant. A left moving supercell that had developed near Colorado Springs intercepted its path.

Some nice structures on a storm that followed but it never got going.







Nice photogenic structure











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« Last Edit: 07 June 2006, 06:43:09 PM by Jimmy Deguara »
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