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Sunset storms in central Missouri - May 27, 2018

By DAN ROBINSON
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HIGH HILL, MO - Sunday, May 27 was the first day of my third Great Plains expedition for 2018, and overall Day 4 since the start of the season. This was a travel day westward in preparation for a chase in northeastern Colorado the next day.

After prepping the vehicle and mounting the hail shields, I departed St. Louis during the early afternoon. On the way, I encountered some weak but photogenic storms at sunset along and south of I-70 in central Missouri:

I arrived at my hotel in WaKeeney, Kansas after midnight.

NEXT PLAINS CHASE: Day 5: Landspout tornado outbreak in Colorado >

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