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Day 4 – Tour is over…or is it?

It wasn’t really news when Lanny announced to us that the tour was basically over during our morning meeting. The setup over the plains started to look more and more like summer weather leaving us stranded with absolutely nothing to work with. I am glad I hadn’t followed through with my plan to buy a...
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Day 3 – 5% tornado risk turned to 0%

The reports we got last night was that today was going to be quite intense with even better shear and great instability. SPC had a Slight Risk in our area and a 5% tornado risk where we were positioned for the day. The next couple of days looked crappy so I realized this could very...
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Day 2 – Lots of wall clouds and a nice land spout

This day turned out much better than our previous bust day. The shear was much bettter and most parameters looked ok. Since we were well positioned in Lubbock, TX, already we didn’t have to drive far for our first catch. The storms fired up early as well so we had a long and good chase...
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Day 1: Semi-promising day turned to bust

I arrived a mess to my hotel in Tulsa after about 6 hours of sleep in total the last 48 hours or something. Phew! On Sunday morning we started Day 1 on the tour with Extreme Chase Tours. I didn’t use my newly acquired forecasting skills but just checked SPC website who showed a Slight...
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Soooo tired, but on my way

I have been waiting for this day ever since I booked my tour in January but now I am finally on my way! I am currently sitting at Dallas / Fort Worth airport waiting for my last flight to Tulsa. I am super tired since my flight was at 7.30 am and I had to...
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Only a few days left for this season’s chase!

I have been awaiting this week since this winter when I booked my tour with Extreme Chase Tours. I have never been this prepared for a tour after my two week, full-time studies and some armchair-chasing after that. I am so excited to go and I really hope we will get plenty of chase days,...
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