Season 1 Finale Unreal Weather Episode 6

Filed Under (2009, Episodes) by Jflaherty on 10-07-2010

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The season 1 finale of Unreal Weather is finished.
The team gets on the perfect super cell in central Nebraska that produces multiple wall clouds, funnel clouds and tornadoes.

A reminder: You can watch it in high definition by watching it on YouTube.

Unreal Weather Episode 5

Filed Under (2009, Episodes) by Jflaherty on 14-04-2010

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Episode 5 is uploaded and all ready for viewing.
In this episode, Jason sets off alone on another chase that ends in muddy frustration.

Reminder: This can be viewed in 1080p high definition.

Unreal Weather Episode 4

Filed Under (2009, Episodes) by Jflaherty on 08-04-2010

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Episode 4 of Unreal Weather is up and ready for viewing.
In this Episode Jason chases a surprise storm. It turns out to be one of the most interesting storms of the season. He gets a look at a Vortex2 Doppler Truck and then tests his own vehicle’s capabilities when he drives into a flooded town.
Just a reminder; the video can be played in high definition by selected the quality on the lower right after pressing play.

First Chase Aftermath

Filed Under (2009) by J R on 24-03-2009

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We had what we consider a productive chase day yesterday. It was a good chance to test out our equipment and try and work out some bugs. We had a few issues streaming our chase video from, but we eventually figured out our major issues. We appreciate the 200+ viewers we had watching us get pummeled by hail and thank you for sticking with us through technical difficulties.

We did get to see our very first rotation!!! It was small and short lived, but was only 150 yards ahead of us. We saw rotating dirt in the air. The accompanying wind caused some shingle damage to a house and blew apart a metal shed. You can see the aftermath in the accompanying pictures and video.

Here is the path we followed while we chased the line of storms. We started in Malcolm and headed west past Bradshaw. We then turned around and kept up with the storms east all the way South Bend where we were thwarted in our chase of the rotation by the Platte River.

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Storm on the Horizon