Carole Jack

Carole Jack

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"our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter" martin luther king / art - 'colossus' peter allen nisbet

Intercepted this awesome tornado warned supercell in Sulphur Springs Saturday afternoon 12/26/15. It was my 2nd tornado warned storm of the day, and I savored this before turning back towards Dallas for the wedge intercept there. I really like how you can see the rotor motion in the parent storm as it wraps the inflow tail and wall cloud into it. As tornado sirens blared, occasional needle funnels dropped below the wall cloud.

Intercepted this awesome tornado warned supercell in Sulphur Springs Saturday afternoon 12/26/15. It was my 2nd tornado warned storm of the day, and I savored this before turning back towards Dallas for the wedge intercept there. I really like how you can see the rotor motion in the parent storm as it wraps the inflow tail and wall cloud into it. As tornado sirens blared, occasional needle funnels dropped below the wall cloud.

This is breathtaking! Tornadic supercell

Incredible and breathtaking weather phenomena. Mother Nature is a true artist, You must see it! Volcano eruption, rainbow and lightning, tornadic supercell .

The prettiest thing in the world is when im in an airplane and i can see above all the clouds

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I used to live in Quitman Arkansas in Cleburne county. It was called coffin corner because of the frequency these monsters hit. We had a storm cellar.

"I used to live in Quitman Arkansas in Cleburne county. It was called coffin corner because of the frequency these monsters hit." A large 'stovepipe' tornado can be seen here.

Mammatus clouds over Nebraska. An after effect of tornadoes. Creepy.

Mammatus clouds over Nebraska. An after effect of tornadoes. Creepy.