Eastatlwx

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  • Birthday 06/08/1997

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  1. Lol, is anyone over here looking at anything but the operational runs of the euro and GFS. The ensemble mean on the 00z was great and the control run had 2 inches as far south as Cumming, GA west and east. The 06z ensemble suite also had a nice mean with several panels with major winter storm for areas of the southeast.
  2. This is just plain wrong.. January is our snowiest and coldest month. Don't let your pessimism continue to ruin you and the forum.
  3. lately it seems that temperatures are verifying higher than the forecast. it seems like the only time temperatures are lower than the forecast is during CAD events. im so sick of this SER. Another thing that is complete bs, it is currently 73 degrees at the airport which is 5 DEGREES above the forecast high.
  4. Complete bs. This cold blast is bs. Atlanta's high was 44 when forecasters were calling for 41 as a high. Countless days of temperatures verifying on the high side. It pisses me off that we have been stuck under a constant SER the whole damn fall. I'm so sick of these record high temps and why is it so easy for us lol to go +10 to +15 above average.. annoying as hell. All I want is cold weather.. sorry for the irrTional post. Just flustered
  5. Yeah, there has only been a few dustings in and around Metro Atlanta for a few years now. you will have a better chance up in Dahlonega, GA.
  6. My father and I (Blackout storm chasing) chased Hurricane Hermine positioning ourselves in St. Marks FL. Here's our YouTube video make sure to watch it in HD. Any question about video and/or our chase feel free to ask.
  7. Mesocyclone with large wedge tornado
  8. Our initially position the next morning was Oklahoma City, ok. We noticed that the key energy for initiation was lagging. There was also a outflow boundary draped across this region. The HRRR hinted at a few cells on I-35 south of Oklahoma City, ok. One was highlighted on the updraft helicity. We then headed down towards I-35 towards Wynnewood when we noticed a storm developing to the west. The supercell quickly developed. Next, a supercell developed on the southern end of that one. We saw a wall cloud develop rapidly. We turned around on that road to head farther east away from the hail core as we were looking sw towards the new wall cloud. Less then two minutes down the road, I looked to my left and noticed the tornado was on the ground. My jaw dropped. We took some videos and pictures until it lifted. We headed farther east. I noticed on radar that the circulation had tighten up again. We turned south on a road and was very anxious as trees were blocking the view. Boom. At the top of the hill we looked right and a beautiful stovepipe tornado. We took video and pictures. The video came out bad as it was my first time really seeing a tornado vividly. After that, we had to head south to escape the hailcore. Next, we headed into sulphur, then east up a hill. Where we saw the most amazing storm structure I have ever witnessed. Beautiful mesocyclone with a large wedge tornado underneath. There was a circulation to our right. I saw a rope drop out of it very quickly but couldn't get my camera in time before it lifted. After that, we headed east and saw the bromide, tornado. Later, we got stuck behind for too long. We missed the atoka tornado. Although, I will say we might have actually saw it out in the distance but not sure. After, we chased all the way to Hugo where we saw insane mammatus clouds. 4 tornadoes that day. EF-4,EF-3,EF-3,EF-1.
  9. My father and I are going to be out in the plains on and off for the rest of the month for our Chasecation. We arrived in Oklahoma on May 9. We originally planned to target Alva, ok, but changed our mind and decided to head south on I-35 then to I-44 towards Lawton, ok. We then picked this storm(picture #1). We awaited on a hill a good distance from the storm looking wsw towards the wall cloud. We didn't stay in this region for too long as the Lightning was getting incredibly dangerous. One lightning bolt struck within hundreds of yards of our truck. On the way, headed east, a storm chaser waved us down notifying us that his vehicle was locked for ten minutes due to a safety feature. We picked up this individual and headed east. We floated around the hook for some time then entered into the rfd. This is where the tornado passed within 500 yards of our location at the end of its cycle.
  10. Guys, I plan to do some intense studying of meteorology in June. If you guys have any suggestions whether it be books, sites, videos, lectures, and academic journals that could further improve my meteorology knowledge plz let me know.
  11. 1036 Mb high over Lake Ontario atm. How does that compare to what it was suppose to be?
  12. now seems I gotta to keep an eye on this because I don't want any glaze on the roads when I have to head to class, should be above freezing by then I think
  13. it has too be a random luck of chance, I'm not using any desperate app.