Yesterday was another frustrating day as early storms in the Texas Panhandle ruined the potentially tornadic environment in the whole region.
The frustration with storms on this stretch of days continues to grow as the overall storm mode remains messy, with flooding occurring on an evermore widespread scale.
Another day of a good target with a somewhat poor execution.
A low-contrast tornado behind a line of trees was our reward for hours of sitting and waiting for the storms near us to mature.
This year is providing many new obstacles to our chasing style.
Despite the prolific supercell activity, we did not see any tornadoes.
Our first chasecation high risk.
Yesterday delivered a beautiful shelf cloud and a nice sunset. Today we travel.
It was a struggle to keep up with speedy storms, but we managed a tornado anyway.
Chasing isn’t all about tornadoes.
It’s wise to always be ready for a spectacular scene to develop when out in the land of big skies.
The first chase of 2019 was something of a practice run with good results.