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Top 10 storm observing and weather captures in 2014
Everybody does a new year's "top ten list" blog post these days, so here is mine. 2014 was a well-above-average year for me in terms of compelling imagery and video captured. In fact, several of these were so significant in terms of longtime personal goals that I just can't give any one of them a #1 status over the others!
An 8-year-long photography goal realized after many trips to Chicago for storms.
A 5-year-long photography/video goal realized after many years of intensive St. Louis storm coverage.
Arch and "Blood Moon" eclipse together in the spring.
Two tornadoes near Jacksonville, Illinois with snow on the ground.
Tornadoes close to home in June.
One of the better shelf clouds I've seen, and right over the city.
Tornadoes in central Missouri.
Lightning and a shelf cloud over downtown as tornado sirens wail.
A long freezing rain coverage trip to south Texas yields some of my most dramatic and compelling icy road footage captured.
I booked a hotel downtown to cover the storm that dumped more than 12 inches of snow in St. Louis.
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