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Stormchase 2014 - Bonus Day

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blog-0408296001404158319.jpg[u][b]Sat 14th June 2014[/b][/u]
[b]Denver Colorado: 4am Mountain Daylight Time[/b]
After a good flight and 5hr snooze thanks mostly to a cheeky upgrade, arrived in Denver in good shape. Wide awake at 4am thanks to the jetlag so am blogging. SPC moderate risk for Very Large Hail, Damaging Winds and Isolated Tornadoes today for the risk area so we're headed out of here around 9-10 mountain time. Batteries charged for some hopefully great photos.

[b]Post Chase Update:[/b]
Wow! What an amazing day. The drive North East then south back towards Limon today revealed the development of massive supercell structure then just as we tried to head south we were caught under the base and touched the hail core being instantly hit by huge hail estimated at 4-5inches, Both cars smashed windscreens and dents following the event.
This storm went on to line out and accelerate through the town we stayed in, speeding up eventually with forward motion around 115-120mph!

[url="https://www.dropbox.com/sh/htak3nmei1ga7c3/AABCXNvhvrfTNxUvbwRY0nPPa/HD%20Movies/Jun%2014th%20-%20Limon%20Huge%20Hail%20-%20Courtesy%20Richard%20Mott.wmv"]Video of the Hail Encounter Courtesy of Richard Mott[/url]

[url="https://www.dropbox.com/sh/htak3nmei1ga7c3/AAA1PN8XvBYupfipqJBPHJFda/Day%201%20-%20June%2014th"]Link to Todays Dropbox Gallery[/url]

Follow our progresses as always on twitter [url="http://www.twitter.com/headcornweather"]@headcornweather[/url] and during chases on Spotter Network ID: Nick Parnell
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