First Chase

Filed Under (2009) by J R on 23-03-2009

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Today there is a slight risk for severe weather throughout the Midwest, ranging from the southern half of North Dakota down to parts of Texas.

Jason and I will be heading out towards the West, Midwest part of Nebraska to see what we can find. We will have video streaming at SevereStudios so be sure to check us out there and look for either Jason or Jared’s names on the page.

We will be sure to keep everyone updated as the day goes on, if you wish to contact us please use the contact page and we will get back to you ASAP.

You can also find our locations on the location page, today Jason’s location will be the one we will be using.


Tornado Watch number 53 has been issued for parts of Nebraska and Southern South Dakota.

Update 2 [1:30PM]: We are currently traveling down US Highway 34, experiencing lots of wind which was foretasted for the entire day. There is lots of dust and debris flying around, no major damage found yet.

Update 3 [3:10PM]: Still on US Highway 34 near Waco, headed East. We just went through a strong cell that dropped dime sized hail. We are currently having video issues using the camcorder so we have moved to a webcam.

Update 3 [3:40PM]: We are currently in a Tornado Warning in Seward County NE. Current visibility is about 75-100 yards due to the strong rain. Headed east on US Highway 34 trying to get on the outside of the storm.

Update 4 [6:10PM]: Alright, we are done now, we were up by the Ashland area and found some straight line wind damage. There was a down advertising board and some roof damage.

Upcoming updates will be pictures and maybe video.

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