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  1. Left Cheyenne for the Drive South to Denver picking up our final tour 4 guest then off towards the North East. At brush we took 71 south chasing the tail end Charlie. Initially LP with a nice clear base but soon morphed into an HP beast catching a glimpse of a tornado in the distance. As we ran out of road options we were caught under the base and hit with giant hail, possibly 4-5 inch smashing both windscreens. Rich caught this must see video of the Hail. As we headed east into Kansas licking our wounds this dirty storm hadn't finished with us yet. Finding it it hard to keep alongside this huge monster we edged through the thick cloud of outflow dust and debris. Stopping to refuel the storm caught us up and we just made it out of town before the wall of dust once again descended passing Dominator 4 on the way. We arrived in Colby Kansas to be greeted by a barrage of Hail and strong winds that would later increase to a 115mph straight line passing through Kansas and parts of Nebraska leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. No Streaming or GPS on Tour 4 but you can follow our chases on Spotter Network ID: Nick Parnell
  2. Tornadic Supercell nr Limon Colorado

    From the album Stormchase USA 2014

    © Nick Parnell

  3. The Dominator

    From the album Storm Chase T2 2013

    © Jo Lough

  4. Roswell, NM #1

    From the album Stormchase USA 2012

  5. Roswell, NM #1

    From the album Stormchase USA 2012

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