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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Chase areas for Monday

Looking at the 12z NAM this morning and doing a little planning. The day looks to go like this:
1) surface low moves from ne CO to ne NE from 12z to sunset taking a track roughly along the red line above. This gives a Cold Core chase area on the NE/KS border to the south of Kearney, NE (the upper ellipse area)

2) by 21z the dryline fires along a Hays to DDC line and moves east to roughly along I-35. The 3z NAM above shows discrete cells in the lower ellipse.

The question is, starting in Russell in the morning can I catch some of the early Cold Core before it rockets up into NE and then drop down to I-70 and catch the dryline firing?

1 comment:

Tony Laubach said...

I've flirted with that idea, too! It would be risky, but when do you leave the cold core to go down south? Hmmm... the questions... haha

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