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Chase Day 1 Discussion - MODERATE risk KS/NE

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Yeah can even make out the intense lightning on some of the streams - the anvil looks to be lightning up all over the place. I did see what looked to be a large churning wedge quite early on - almost certain it wasn't just meso as it was on the ground and close. Cant remember the chasers stream I was watching though!

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On Bryce Kintigh feed again, Chaser TV, look like some rotation perhaps, can't tell,  but impressive cloudscape

 

EDIT: nothing seen yet

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Impressed by the stream NW have put up, even the CG strikes are evident.

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Wow, so much lightning, just wow!

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Just going cross country, had two lots of sirens, about to go north and then east. So much lightning! ☺ï¸

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David Drummond at/on TVN weather, just south of Larned, seeing nice pancake, even doughnut type structure and lowering

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Its like a strobe-light flickering on some of the streams, Lincoln city looks to be getting the worst of it soon.

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Very tough chase today, witnessed a Multi Vortex near Clay Centre, then followed the HP East to Highway 81 where we saw it cross 500 yards in front of us ripping some sheet metal and flinging it across the road, took the next east road from Exeter to drive alongside a White Cone Tornado, mad RFD And Power lines down along the way, then stair stepped North to Highway 71 and saw the edges of the Corvonia Wedge about 12 miles North of Lincoln. Knackered but 4 Tornadoes in 2 Days and 1,200 Miles was very worth it! Sleeeeeeeep Time!

 

Pictures on Phone so will have to somehow transport them over to photoshop to resize

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Missed the action last night, but looked pretty high octane for chasers in southeast Nebraska. Dominator picked up some beauties south of York:

 

 

SPC storm reports: http://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/today.html

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Very tough chase today, witnessed a Multi Vortex near Clay Centre, then followed the HP East to Highway 81 where we saw it cross 500 yards in front of us ripping some sheet metal and flinging it across the road, took the next east road from Exeter to drive alongside a White Cone Tornado, mad RFD And Power lines down along the way, then stair stepped North to Highway 71 and saw the edges of the Corvonia Wedge about 12 miles North of Lincoln. Knackered but 4 Tornadoes in 2 Days and 1,200 Miles was very worth it! Sleeeeeeeep Time!

 

Pictures on Phone so will have to somehow transport them over to photoshop to resize

 

pics should resize auto when you post on here!  i say should!

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