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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Long range models continue to show activity


The GFS model continues to show a nice upper level trough and warm sector return flow for the end of the month. The placement of the features may deviate a bit and if it will be saturday or sunday is up for grabs - but 60 dewpoints up into Kansas cannot be ignored. We will definately be chasing this setup as it develops. This may be our first streaming opportunity with TornadoVideos.Net and we hope to get some flights in with the heli and aircraft.
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Status:
  • FM1 Heli: Up
  • FM2 Heli: Up
  • FM3 Heli: Up
  • WW5 glider: Up
  • WW3a jet: Up
  • WW3b jet: Up
  • WW3c jet: Up
  • WW3d jet: Up
  • WW3e DF jet: Down, need motor added
  • KAP: Up

3 comments:

Joey said...

Damn. I really need to go through Tim Vasquez's purple book more to be ready for this at the end of the month.

Hard to believe that a solid chance for storms and tornadoes would develop this early in the year for Kansas.

Joey Bahr
Great Bend, Kansas

Tony Laubach said...

I'm keeping my fingers crossed.. a weekend event would be AWESOME!!! I hope things shape up for that! :) We shall see!

Michael O'Keeffe said...

Man the models are everywhere, but there is still SOMETHING coming in and it looks like a backyard chase at this point!!

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