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                   Monday, May 19, 2008 - 1:48PM


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The 12Z models look much better! Both the WRF/NAM and GFS push the upper trough a little farther east, nicely juxtaposing the strong upper-level winds with the good low-level winds and moisture at the surface. We're still several days out, so some further changes are not out of the question. Nonetheless, my tour guests are on their way, so we're observing this thing whatever it ends up doing. So I am out the door now and heading west! I'll have the ChaseCam running on and off periodically during the trip to Amarillo today and tomorrow.

2008 Storm Observing Expedition - Departure Date Probability as of May 19
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