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                   Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Great Plains trip #1 summary and logs

By DAN ROBINSON
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The first Plains expedition of the season is on the books, and it was not a good trip for me. The first day failed to produce anything photogenic. On the second day, my target storms did not produce tornadoes - then I hit a wild turkey, destroying the windshield and ending my day early. Nonetheless, as always, I'm thankful for the ability to get out - busts and these problems are part of storm chasing, and they certainly could have been much worse. The logs and photos for these days are on the 2024 Great Plains expedition page.

Looking ahead, the Plains are shown being mostly quiet through the middle of next week, after which models show another trough could bring a series of severe weather setups.

2024 Plains Chase Expeditions - Probabilities as of April 17
April 18-245%
April 24-2830%

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