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High Plains Drifter


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June 24, 2008

June Chase Trip 2008: Day 7 Forecast, June 24

Filed under: Chase Trip 2008,Storm Chasing — Mike U @ 9:09 am

It is Tuesday morning, day 7 of the trip.  The next three days (including today) appear to be fairly active severe weather days with better moisture and better wind shear in play.  After Thursday, it looks like the good chasing will come to an end as a large high pressure builds over much of the northern and central Great Plains.  Today, Vince and I will head north from Belle Fourche to southwestern South Dakota.  Water vapor loop shows a vigorous storm system moving from west to east, which will be timed nicely for the western half of North Dakota.  This looks like an excellent environment for a quality supercell thunderstorm.  It also looks like we’ll be in much better cellular internet data areas according to the Alltel map.  We’ll have the live ‘chase mode’ map going later on today.

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