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Full expedition accounts/imagery for April 12-14
I've been very busy this week, so it took me a long time to get these completed. The logs for the good storm observation days always take a ton of time to do, the 4/14 account alone ended up being by far the all-time biggest with over 100 images. So, without anything further, here are the expedition logs for the three main days of Plains trip #1:
4/14 CHASE LOG: Full expedition log and imagery for the April 14, 2012 tornado outbreak in Oklahoma
4/13 CHASE LOG: Cooperton and Blair, OK tornadoes, caught by a large tornado
4/12 CHASE LOG: Atwood, Kansas storm structure
That wraps up the post-trip to-do list for Plains expedetion #1. Waiting now for the long-range models to signal another good event in the next 2 weeks. So far, nothing of real interest aside from the GFS sending a fast shortwave through the upper ridge next week. The Euro is trying to establish western troughing by the end of the month. So, we just have to wait and see.
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