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Wednesday, June 5, 2007 - 2:38AM CDT

DAY 13: Charleston to Lincoln

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Currently at the hotel on the west side of Lincoln, Nebraska after an 18-hour driving marathon. We left Charleston at 9AM Tuesday morning. The drive was routine, clear and sunny except for a few small storms in the Lexington-Louisville area. I'm too tired to post a lot of photos from the first leg of the trip, but here are a couple (more to come eventually). A very conditional forecast is on tap for Wednesday - the cap could keep the skies clear, or we could be watching a monster supercell. Parameters look good for tornadoes if a storm or two can break the cap.

Developing storm over Lexington

I-64 into St. Louis

I-70 east of Kansas City

Kansas City approach on I-70

2007 Weather Expedition - Departure Date Probability as of June 5
June 5-10100%
No trip0%

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