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High Plains Drifter

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January 28, 2010

Southern Plains Winter Storm 2010 Jan 28 [post 14]

Filed under: 2010 Jan 28 — Mike U @ 8:15 pm

Dumas, TX at a stand-still with average snow depth of 12″ as of 7:00pm. I spent the better part of the last couple hours photographing on foot.  By now, there is very little traffic, and some of the vehicles traveling down Hwy 287 are towing another vehicle!  The biggie drift in front of the hotel is a solid 5 feet now.  I have a couple decent images of it, including one with the metal yard stick as a reference.  This drift dwarfs the yard stick.  Since the forecast verified here, the plan now is to photograph the “digging out” process around town tomorrow and stay a third night here… and by Saturday morning, the hope is that Hwy 287 will be cleared enough for safe travel back to Dodge City.

Radar shows Dumas is still in a moderate-heavy snow band just north of the mid-level circulation that can be seen on radar.  Later this evening after I eat something and wind down a little bit, I’ll get more images uploaded.


1 Comment »

  1. What radar program is that your using in the image?

    Comment by Charles Lock — February 2, 2010 @ 6:57 pm

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