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Spring 2021 chase season is gearing up, and with it some amazing new developments in my professional career. I have teamed up with the Twister Sisters for the upcoming chase season and beyond, and we’ll be doing a ton of live reporting from the field, so be sure to follow my blog here or our FB page (linked above) for our latest updates!
Another exciting announcement is that I have been nominated as the new president of the Denver/Boulder Chapter of the American Meteorological Society. I’m thrilled and excited to be able to give back to my community through scientific outreach, and to help this chapter expand and grow.
April 3rd, 2019 was my first chase of the Spring season, not including a few local chases in Colorado in March. I was eyeing the eastern Texas panhandle for a few isolated, sculpted supercells. The tornado threat was on the low end, though not completely improbable. But from the perfectly spiraling wind profiles through the … Continue reading Texas Panhandle Magic
May 9th, 2015 in Colorado and western Kansas began initially with a Moderate Risk for severe storms, as issued by the SPC in the Day 1 convective outlook. A 10% tornado risk stretched across portions of far eastern Colorado, southwestern Kansas, and southward into portions of the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles. A shortwave trough was … Continue reading High Plains Magic – Eads, CO Tornado
September 21st, 2014 began as a beautiful first day of fall in Colorado. I was attending college classes at Metropolitan State University of Denver at the time. There was a marginal risk for severe storms in eastern Colorado later, but I was so swamped with my school schedule and classes that day that I knew … Continue reading Colorado Shelf Cloud Beauty