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                   Friday, May 17, 2013 - 5:30PM CST

DAY 4: Travel day to Kansas/Nebraska

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The second Great Plains storm photography expedition of 2013 is officially under way! With today's storms safely east of St. Louis, I left home at 2:30PM and am currently westbound toward an arrival somewhere in southwestern Nebraska or northwestern Kansas by midday tomorrow. I'll be making an overnight stopover at some yet-to-be determined point between here and there.

This blog, as with past years, will usually only be updated at the end of each storm photography day. Stay tuned to the Twitter feed and/or the Facebook page as I'll be posting updates and a few images from the field as time and internet access allow.

The following table charts the probability of a Great Plains storm photography expedition for the indicated date ranges:

2013 Plains Storm Expeditions - Probabilities as of May 17
May 17-20100%
May 21-2740%

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