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Paul Sherman

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  1. Isle of Wight one is defo a Tornado you can see the circulation on the ground in the distance. Cheshire one is NOT a Tornado, Zero rotation and its a white smoke plume,
  2. Hoping there might be some good news re Josh 70 People have been found at the School where his last known tweet was from, Just waiting on the Names from there
  3. heard some semi reassuring news on twitter in the fact he has not got a Satelite Phone and they are the only things working at present, Jim Edds checked in as he HAS got a Satelite phone, so maybe its still a comms issue
  4. Has anyone heard from or about Josh Morgemann yet ?? Or is he still on the missing list
  5. Yh struck at 950pm on the 4th May 2007. The warning time was 32 minutes though which was unprecedented and the 13 that died mostly ranged between 60-80 years old and were not on Social Media etc.
  6. Try saying that to the Greensburg EF5 which took 20 minutes to cross a 20ft Highway
  7. Now Officially of Hurricane Status if someone can change the thread title
  8. Yep thats defo 100% Hail Roar in your Audio Clip, unmistakable sound
  9. Generally only found around Supercells and make no mistake that cell that went SE Of Durham and over Peterlee was a definate Supercell even on our cruddy radars we have in this country. Had it been on Radarscope or GRLevel3 in the States we would have been marvelling at a Right Splitting Supercell. I just hope somebody got the right side of it so we can see the structure. The Hail Roar we get out in the States lasts for around 5-10 mins and generally someone up wind gets clobbered with some larger stones than the surrounding area. Most of the stones in the picture below from last week when we were in Colorado were around 2.5" to 3" and we heard the Roar before we got to the location, all other areas around only had 1" Stones. So it sounds like the description was for Hail Roar from a Bonafide Supercell
  10. Yes Netweather Tour 3 in 2010 was on this Tornado and the other 2 Tornadoes that dropped from this storm in the Oklahoma Panhandle. An amazing storm and the Tornado was very similar to another Colorado Tornado near Wray in 2016 Link to our Blog Post from that Day Below https://blog.weatherholidays.com/2010/07/31st-may-2010-memorial-day-tornado.html
  11. Yeah Canada looks High and dry this coming work week but am seeing signs of chases end of the week with a deep area of Low Pressure coming in for the 18th to 20th - Looks like Montana tomorrow, Wyoming on Tuesday and then Eastern Dakotas on Wednesday before making our way North again for the end of the week.
  12. Yh most of our chases will be in SAS and Manitoba and the Dakotas, if we are around Edmonton then we really are doing something badly wrong
  13. Hi We will be chasing from Monday 15th until Thursday the 25th July
  14. Many Thanks for this Roger And I see Edmonton is under a watch for severe weather today as well
  15. In just 1 week from now we will be starting our first ever Canadian Prairies Chase for Netweather. The Extended Models look really good for Storms, Chase Areas next week will include Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the Northern Plains on the USA. Will post regular updates in this thread.
  16. Hi Guys have been so busy with chases with just the 1 day off in the last 3 weeks but just wanted to alert you too some of the chases Tour 4 have had. We are currently on Tour 5 (Photography Tour) and will update those pictures and chases in the next week as well. Please see the links below https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/25/tuesday-18th-june-2019-kansas-enhanced-risk/ - 18th June 2019 https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/25/monday-17th-june-2019-colorado-marginal-risk/ - 17th June 2019 https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/21/saturday-15th-june-2019-oklahoma-moderate-risk/ - 15th June 2019 https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/17/friday-14th-june-2019-kansas-enhanced-risk/ - 14th June 2019 https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/16/thursday-13th-june-2019-new-mexico-slight-risk/ - 13th June 2019 https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/16/tuesday-11th-june-2019-kansas-slight-risk/ - 11th June 2019 https://blogs.weatherholidays.com/index.php/2019/06/16/saturday-8th-june-2019-kansas-slight-riskbird-c/ - 8th June 2019 Hope you enjoy the pics
  17. Great Start to Tour 4 with 4 Kansas Tornadoes on a Slight Risk 2% Day The Goodland Supercell was an absolute beast sitting on the boundary most of the day
  18. Hi Pete I will be arriving at the Days Inn with Tour 3 around 12 noon on Saturday so if you guys want to make your way over to the Days Inn some of the staff will already be there defo Graham Moore who arrives Friday
  19. Yh Netweather Tours would have passed you going back into Dallas - Eeek
  20. Scored a lovely Cone Tornado SW of Lipscombe today, am sure the lads will put some pictures up as soon as they wake up
  21. Great day today for Netweather Team bagged 3 Tornadoes includind 2 Violent Wedges. Tour 2 moves onto 9 Tornadoes in 7 Chase Days
  22. Yh could have been mass casualties Nick Re the misting up of the windows yes we came across this after leaving the Mangum Storm it quickly became undercut by the front and the look went from tornadic to outflow, we headed south towards Altus and went from 57f to 83f in the matter of 3 miles and the windows were instantly fogged up, one of the best I have seen in fact
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