Posted at 4:00PM EDT Tuesday:
Westbound on I-64 in May again - this time not for the Plains, but for a potent midwestern severe weather event slated for tomorrow. A setup like this within my 'home chase area' is always welcome - as I should be able to make it home at the end of the day. Shear profiles and instability are supportive of supercells mainly across Illinois tomorrow afternoon, but I'm eyeing central and southern Indiana as well - particularly if ongoing convection ruins the better target into IL/MO. The plan tonight is to camp out near Evansville, and refine the target in the morning pending a review of data. I pondered leaving early Wednesday morning, but decided to leave this afternoon to make tomorrow's day a little easier. That means I'm also able to enjoy the leisurely drive westward through Bluegrass country today.
Post a Comment
Please note that IP addresses are logged. Abuse will be reported to ISPs or corporate network management
The following comments were posted before this site switched to a new comment system on August 27, 2016:
Love No 2 Nice thinking !! - Posted by Mick from UK
Great shots, Dan! - Posted by Dann Cianca from Englewood (Inverness), Colorado
one word....amazing ! - Posted by Dave from Manteno , IL
This web site is made possible by support from CIS Internet.