Examining tornadoes by a 0-5 ranking offers some clues to their patterns.
We found the storms of the day in North Dakota today, which produced some interesting structure and lightning.
With little to no storm action in sight today, we headed north to get in position for Friday’s chase.
We were not expecting much from today, but we did not get our wish of a happy mesoscale accident.
Today we ventured into Kansas to see if we could find the least mundane storm of the day.
We used today as another travel day to get ourselves ready for chasing on Tuesday.
The U.S. Tornadoes crew is REUNITED for 2017! We leave MD today to begin our ~2 week journey to wherever the storms take us.
A tale of the day which featured a dozen twisters from one storm, all atop some of the best terrain in Tornado Alley.
For late May, it’s harder to get quieter than this. Aside from Friday and Saturday, tornado threats over the next 7 days look minimal.
Last night, James and Mark were guests on WeatherBrains, a podcast dedicated to talking about all things weather.
Today and Friday will be active across the Plains and into the western Midwest, with dozens of tornadoes possible.
Fairly strong tornado potential today through Thursday before a much quieter pattern takes over this weekend into early next week.