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                   Wednesday, February 6, 2008 - 8:38AM

Tuesday event summary

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Update 8:05PM Tuesday: I completed and posted the full expedition log from yesterday, along with photos and video - the link is available here. 35mm stills to come later.

8:38AM Tuesday: Continuously on the road since 12 noon yesterday, arrived back home just now at 8:48AM (including an hour of getting through waterlogged Charleston rush hour). Covered ground across a large part of the state of Kentucky, including brief crossovers into Indiana and Tennessee. All supercell storms I intercepted were well after dark and thus no tornadoes were spotted in the trees and grungy darkness. The highlight of the night for me was stopping at the two TV towers on the east side of Lexington and watching/photographing them get hit *eleven* times in 20 minutes! I'll have some video (and 35mm stills this time too) of this up later, but right now I'm going to BED. Check out observer Tony Laubach's blog for some shots of tornadoes in Tennessee.

Tower lightning fest in Lexington, KY on Tuesday night

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