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High Plains Drifter

disclaimer:  "The meteorological views/forecast thinking expressed are those solely of the author of this blog
and do not necessarily represent those of official National Weather Service forecast products,
therefore read and enjoy at your own risk and edification!"

December 7, 2008

UTM Photo of the Month — December 2008

Filed under: Nov 10, 2008,Photography,UTM Updates — Mike U @ 6:09 pm

Incredible, rare tornado in far Southwest Kansas in the month of November!

Thisimage was shot looking northwest from highway 27 just north of Johnson,KS. It was 52 degrees, according to my Jeep’s thermometer, to theimmediate east-southeast of this tornado. More information on thisamazing tornado can be found on my blog.Details of this image: Nikon D200 body, 29mm focal length (43mm virtualfocal length), 1/500s @ f/3.8, ISO 500. Photographed November 10, 2008during a southwest Kansas storm chase.




  1. I always love a rare tornado chase that no one else thought of! Great shot and forecast Mike!

    Comment by Michael Carlson — December 7, 2008 @ 10:05 pm

  2. It’s still amazing. Chances are slim to none that this will be seen again. Awesome!

    Comment by AJ Dome — December 8, 2008 @ 5:25 pm

  3. I know this probably doesn’t have anything to do with the weather, but I had a book published in December of 2008. The title is “High Plains Drifter.”

    I have hitchhiked through Kansas many times. I hitchhiked through Greensburg, Kansas in May of 2008–there was a lot of devastation from the tornado the year before, but those guys are rebuilding that town fast.

    Comment by Tim Shey — January 6, 2009 @ 5:59 pm

  4. Excellent forecast and pictures, Mike. Where do you find RUC data with a regional view like that?

    Comment by Chad Cowan — January 24, 2009 @ 12:49 am

  5. Hi Chad, thanks for the kind words. Those RUC maps are found at http://maps.fsl.noaa.gov

    -Mike U

    Comment by Mike U — January 24, 2009 @ 9:34 am

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