Storm Highway by Dan Robinson
Weather, photography and the open roadClick for an important message
Storm Highway by Dan RobinsonClick for an important message
Home | Blog Index | Blog Archives | Christianity & Faith Essays | Storm Chasing Essays

                   Sunday, April 26, 2009 - 10:57PM CDT

Day 3: Western OK/TX border area

Important Message 30 Years of Storm Chasing & Photography Dan's YouTube Video Channel Dan's Twitter feed Dan's RSS/XML feed

Had two choices at Sayre this afternoon, north or south. I chose south. Nice tornadoes north. Turned out there was only one 'storm of the day' on an expected widespread outbreak day - when that happens, the chances of picking the right storm are not good!

The missed tornadoes were redeemed by an amazing upward lightning show at the Oklahoma City towers later. I captured my best tower lightning shot ever. Photos to come as soon as I find a Denny's to sit down, get something to eat and edit some photos.

Posted at 12:08PM CDT:
Currently sitting on a rural road south of Elk City, Oklahoma looking at data. One of the most remote places I've ever updated this blog from (I barely have a cell signal). Not liking the convection firing all over the place, but thinking it may clear out in a couple of hours. SPC is talking high risk.

30 Years of Storm Chasing & Photography
Important Message
Dan's YouTube Video Channel
Dan's Twitter feed
Dan's RSS/XML feed

GO: Home | Storm Expeditions | Photography | Extreme Weather Library | Stock Footage | Blog

Featured Weather Library Article:

Power arcs during storms
All about those blue-green glows in the sky and what causes them.
More Library Articles

All content © Dan Robinson. All usage requires a paid license - please contact Dan for inquiries.

Web Site Design and Internet Marketing by CIS Internet