Oh boy am I in for a treat tomorrow. A massive trough is expected to move through the northern plains tomorrow, creating a set up prime for intense tornadic supercells across a majority of the area.. The hodos are indicative of not only high tornado probabilities, but also the potential for some strong and maybe long track tornadoes. We will be playing the extreme SE corner of Montana tomorrow.
We witnessed two rain-wrapped tornadoes on Sunday in the northern Texas Panhandle, both of which I failed to get a good picture of. I forgot to turn my camera on auto-focus so the majority of my pictures are blurry. If I find some time later this week (which I won't) I'll get them up, otherwise it'll be next week.
The day after tomorrow, Thursday, looks to be another insane day over parts of southern Canada and the entirety of Wisconsin. Although the hodos look the best in Wisconsin, the terrain is not as favorable for chasing as it is in Canad being that it has dense tree cover in most of the eastern portions.
I probably won't get in another update until Saturday seeing how I'll be on the road 18+ hours of the day throughout the end of the week.
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