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Arizona Monsoon 2019 - Chase Day 2 (13 August 2019) - ENHANCED Risk -TX Panhandle

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Chase Day 2 sees a more May-like setup in Eastern Colorado and Western Kansas, with an ENHANCED Risk for severe storms in. High CAPE is showing favourable conditions for large to very large hail, and a 5% tornado risk exists in the same area as well.

We are starting from Dumas, TX and heading North to Burlington, CO area for lunch ready for initiation between the 4pm and 6pm time frame.

Mike.

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Update from Paul yesterday after the first ever Arizona Monsoon chase where we scored a tornado...or three!

From Paul B: Started in Dumas with a Chase Target of Burlington Models were 3 hours too late with initiating Storms and seeing our Storm going up at 1130am from Lamar had me a tad worried but we made it in time. In the radar grab you can see our slither of a view to the west and also the Storm to the SW of the Hooked Tornadic Supe that produced the Record Breaking Colorado Hailstone at Bethune. Round 2 today 😬

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Here are a couple of photos one from the twin tornadoes near Idalia, CO and another my first daytime C-G with a lightning trigger and ND filter.

Mike.

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