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A tornado near Eva, Oklahoma

Sometimes you wish a road could have aqppeared from nowhere to get you a couple miles closer to a storm, with that view and that little tornado hanging out in the back. A great day...this was all captured on time-lapse, including two tornadoes, although they are tough to see...but it was a beautiful view.

Sometimes you wish a road could have aqppeared from nowhere to get you a couple miles closer to a storm, with that view and that little tornado hanging out in the back. A great day…this was all captured on time-lapse, including two tornadoes (one in this photo, one that drops a bit later), although they are tough to see…they are definitely there!
Near Eva, Oklahoma on April 15th, 2016.

Road to Hell

A beautiful, sculpted supercell roams the plains of the Oklahoma Panhandle.

(Thanks to Steve Baka for the title!)

I left Phoenix last Thursday at 5:30pm and roughly 24 hours later, I was standing here in the Oklahoma Panhandle utterly in awe of this sculpted supercell crossing the highway.

I had been patient most of the afternoon and when I settled in on this cell southeast of Dalhart, TX…it didn’t look like much. But we knew it was still early and the magic could still happen. Sure enough, as it neared the town of Dalhart, it merged with another cell and suddenly the storm began to rotate more and the structure slowly appeared.

57 miles later, and the thing was a beast. So many great time-lapses from this day and the day after…a great start to filming The Chase II…can’t wait for the next time I head out there!