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N 370 B 2.8K C 37 E May 23, 2018 F Jul 18, 2018
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More of this stunning storm.

Tags:   Storm Chasing Nebraska

N 483 B 4.1K C 53 E May 23, 2018 F Jul 16, 2018
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Same storm. This time early evening.

Near Arthur, Nebraska. May 23, 2018.

If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, both this year and last year, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

Website | Instagram

Tags:   Storm Chasing Nebraska

N 445 B 4.6K C 48 E May 23, 2018 F Jul 13, 2018
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Another image from that amazing last day storm. The storm had so many faces and we saw it from many different spots that I think it's OK to keep putting up images from that amazingly exciting day.

Near Arthur, Nebraska. May 23, 2018.

If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, both this year and last year, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

Website | Instagram

Tags:   Storm Chasing Nebraska Supercell

N 580 B 5.3K C 51 E May 23, 2018 F Jul 11, 2018
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The time stamp on this image is just one minute later than the one I posted before it. This is the moment of the microburst that brought that beautiful hail core down. It all happened so quickly, but was so stunningly beautiful. From the first pic I took upon jumping out of the car at this spot to the last was only 2 minutes and 25 seconds. I had to do some quick shooting. People asked if I was scared, but it was both so awesome to see and so quick, there was no time to be scared!

Near Arthur, Nebraska. May 23, 2018.

If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, both this year and last year, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

Website | Instagram

Tags:   Oklahoma Storm Chasing

N 1.8K B 75.2K C 160 E May 23, 2018 F Jul 9, 2018
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What an awesome sight this was. This image is from the same amazing storm we saw on the last day, but about an hour earlier. It was so out of this world, it was hard to believe it was real. What appeared to happen (according to Mike ) was the hail core (the light coloured mass) came out the storm and wrapped around it for a moment and then dumped all its hail in a microburst (I'll post a pic of that next). This all happened in a matter of a few minutes. This image was taken handheld, standing in the middle of the road, in amazement.

Near Arthur, Nebraska. May 23, 2018.

If you'd like see more images I took while storm chasing, both this year and last year, take a look at my Storm Chasing album.

Website | Instagram

Tags:   Storm Chasing Nebraska Hail Core


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