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Friday, July 16, 2010

2010-07-15 Reports South Moving Sups!

Chased the initial cells that formed south of Castle Rock and moved southeastward to Yoder, CO. All the while wanting to go east to the storm developing near Burlington.

Finally left the dying storms near Colo Spgs and blasted east to intercept the southward moving bomb east of Kit Carson, CO where I ran into Dann Cianca and Travis Speakman as we watched the south moving storm collide with the line coming southeast. This merger created an intense forward flank wallcloud with rapid rotation and many brief but intense gustnado touchdowns. This one at 7:37pm MDT 10 mi south of Eads, CO - lasted less than a minute. Cored the storm after this in search of some of the possible baseball hail but only got heavy rain at that point.

On the way home got treated to a spectacular Mammatus display. This cellphone pic only shows a small section of the panorama. Not bad for a mid July chase.

2 comments:

Maria said...

This picture was just amazing. I enjoy your pictures and your live feed. It sure is amazing. Happy hunting.
Maria Trenton, MO

Dann Cianca said...

Damn, Verne, we should have punched back through for those mamms. I could see them after dark and kept thinking... man, I'll bet that was freaking sweet at sunset. Glad you saw them!!!

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