A supercell gains strength over the beautiful landscape near Larkspur, Colorado—3 June 2015. This was the first storm intercepted during a five-day chase vacation on the high plains.
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Bowdle Supercell II
A panoramic view of the Bowdle, South Dakota supercell minutes before it spun up its first tornado. This storm had everything and was a perfect lesson in supercell structure and dynamics—22 May 2010.
Goshen Stinger II
A supercell strengthens over Goshen County in eastern Wyoming. May 20, 2014.
Where Panhandles Meet
A tornadic supercell drowns the landscape over Hwy 385 south of Boise City, Oklahoma along the border of the Texas and Oklahoma Pandles—16 May 2016.
Panhandle Dollop - I
An isolated storm drifts beyond a golden field in the Texas Panhandle.
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A storm that we had chased from Colorado into northwest Kansas wraps up a beautiful funnel near Goodland—6 June 2015.
Departing supercell east of Alva, Oklahoma—18 May 2017.
The sculpted updraft of a supercell glows with constant lightning south of Sterling, Texas—22 May 2016.
Salt Fork Glory
The afternoon sun loses ground against growing storms over Donley County near the Salt Fork Red River—23 May 2016.
A Penny in the Well of Storms
After disengaging from a long-track tornado along I-70 near Abilene, Kansas, we stopped to admire a trailing supercell that was just beginning to reveal the setting sun—25 May 2016.
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