David Drummond on March 19th, 2010

Yet another major winter storm has taken aim on the lower end of the Great Plains this weekend, hopefully this will be our last one and spring will fully kick in! This one is promising some impressive snow totals, as much as 8″ in Oklahoma, perhaps even more!¬† This could be crippling for the Oklahoma […]

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David Drummond on June 9th, 2009

The new chase vehicle is finished and is on its maiden voyage today in southern Kansas! Long lived supercells and strong tornadoes possible. Surface warm front, dryline, and outflow boundary are coming together west of Wichita, KS in an environment¬† characterized by extreme instability, ample wind sheer and high dew points. This concoction should produce […]

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