|Setup perspective via visible satellite and mesoanalysis|
The storm was north of the warm front for most of its lifecycle, constantly breathing on air that was chilled from the morning convective outflow. It did make several attempts to surge toward the boundary, but could never quite latch on and make a right turn. I have a feeling we would have had a violent, long-track tornado on our hands if that storm could have made a good connection to the WF.
|Brief cone tornado (right center) and what appears to be a large wedge tornado (left center)|
|Skip and I discussing storm structure|
|Initial large multi-vortex circulation with brief tornadoes|
Good to be back in chase mode.
|Large rain-wrapped circulation along I-80 just southwest of Lincoln, NE|
|What was left of the circulation as it passed over Lincoln|
Time lapse of the day