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Paul Sherman

Chase 2010 - Day 39 Discussion

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Starting today in Norfolk (Ne) and targeting an area just to our South near the border of Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri and Kansas. Not that hopefull of Tornadoes today but should be some good Supercells with Large Hail the main threat. RUC Shows 5,500jkg Cape so knock 2,000 of that to get near to the probable Value. It also along with the NAM Breaks out Precip in the general target area, RUC Also breaks out a Lone Supercell further west along I-80 in association with an ejecting Impulse So will keep one eye on that as well.

Paul S & Team

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Yes Paul we are with you on that one. Good luck.

Tom

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Another Fun Chase day - Got onto the Supercells near St Jo (Misery!!) and watched a few Wall Clouds, nice Cg's with Deafening Thunder and Hail Cores pound us. Not much chance of Nado's today but some beautiful Boiling Clouds.

Heading further East into Northern Missouri tomorrow.

Paul S & Team

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Oh how I miss the storms. Nice following you all out there though.

Tom

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Oh how I miss the storms. Nice following you all out there though.

Tom

only 11 months Tom for party time...

Oh well English thuds to look forward to with 500 cape..lol

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