June 14, 2013: So that is what a supercell looks like. Juuuussssstttt about forgot what it is like to watch a good storm. Been 1 year and that one a year ago was the only one that year worth watching. 1 a year, on a roll now. This one near West Point today. Drove 240 miles to get 45 miles from home to watch it lol.
May 31, 2013:
Preliminary link here: http://www.extremeinstability.com/2013-5-31.htm
(I have some cool data to provide on this sprite thanks to PHD's that research this stuff. Pretty crazy they can see where this was and when exactly it happened. Pretty much near Rochester MN area in the stratiform rain region at like 1.114 seconds past 11:09 pm last night lol. It was the only one for hundreds of miles around. Others of course with the thunderstorms well southeast in the southern plains/southeast).
Remade the old storm structure learning video. Now with new footage and nearing 7 hours long! People seem really impressed so far. Can't go wrong on what amounts to 4 dvds in one for $25. Jam packed with learning material and crazy storms. More info CLICK HERE.