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Site updates: Thundersnow, flash flooding and hurricane pages; 4/1 sunset
A quick post to highlight three new pages added to the site in the past couple of weeks:
|Winter lightning, severe storms and thundersnow
After finally capturing thundersnow on camera for this first time last weekened, I decided I had a complete enough set of material to write a full article on wintertime lightning and thundersnow. I have seen a lot of winter lightning, so this page includes links to all winter storm expedition logs where lightning was observed and/or captured.
|Hurricanes and Tropical Storm expedition logs
This is a spin-off of the tornado expedition logs page that lists all of my hurricane and tropical storm intercepts. This is a complete list of all expedition logs from my landfalling tropical system expeditions.
|Floods and Flash Floods expedition logs
I have covered many floods and flash floods over the years - this page lists the more notable events. There are a few past flood expeditions that still need to be added here, but this list is fairly complete.
As far as the current storm season goes, a few Midwestern tornado/supercell expedition days may be happening as early as Sunday. Stay tuned!
April 1 Sunset
A few rain showers skirted by to the east of New Baden at sunset tonight. The warming air that produced these is a welcome sign of storms to come as the spring severe weather season in the Midwest ramps up in the coming days, weeks and months!
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