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Lightning Season in West Virginia

2001 Lightning Season Logs

(Recent entries are listed first)

October 24, 2001
- A rare potential tornado outbreak in the Ohio Valley leads to a 900-mile expedition into Ohio and Indiana.

August 27, 2001
- Two weeks before September 11 came summer's last photogenic storm in WV.

August 9, 2001
- Meeting with storms in Putnam County.

June 29, 2001
- A 100-mile expedition in southern WV yields nothing all evening, that is, until arriving home!

July 8, 2001
- All-night barrage of heavy storms causing a flash flooding disaster.

June 12, 2001
- Back in the Mountain State with a great Jackson County storm.

May 26 - June 2, 2001
- A storm observer vacation to the Central Plains during severe weather season.

May 15-23, 2001
- Week-long elusive storm complexes.

April 10, 2001
- Second day in a row.

April 9, 2001
- First successful outing of 2001.

April 8, 2001 - Nothing doing in Roane, Clay and Braxton Counties.

April 6, 2001 - Opening Day 2001: Elusive anvil crawlers.

March 13, 2001 - First lightning-producing storm system of the season.

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