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August 15, 2009

Chase day done. Less than stellar results

Filed under: chase mode updates — Mike U @ 9:06 pm

I am in Paxtun NE where ill b staying the nite. Photographed fairly decent storm structure northwest of Lake Mcconaghy (sp?). Rather pissed seeing that nice isolated supercell erast of goodland. Oh well. Will get some images of this chase on the blog later tonite or tmrw morning. Noty sure if I will b chasin tomorrw or not. A morning decision.
(Sent by Mike’s Alltel Blackberry smartphone)

2 Comments »

  1. Hey, you tried at least. I’m sure your pix will be fine! :p
    I tuned in a number of times while you were up there. We ended up with a svr warning
    right here tonight which was quite a surprise but nothing came from it.

    Comment by Steve Sponsler — August 15, 2009 @ 11:12 pm

  2. We shared similar results tonight as well as we ended up on the same storm near the lake. Definitely agree the storm of the day being the I-70 beast, but what can you do? I lost my laptop drive enroute today, so we survived on cell phones and paper maps. All-in-all, had more fun with the wildlife than the weather today. Ah well, can’t win ‘em all! Sleep fast!

    Comment by Tony Laubach — August 16, 2009 @ 1:59 am

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