Supercell Time Lapse Video - 25 WSW Seven Rivers, NM. 5-23-2014.



My wife and I chased this supercell thunderstorm on Friday afternoon May 23, 2014. We first encountered it 25 miles west-southwest of Seven Rivers, New Mexico.

It produced a couple of wall clouds with some slow rotation. As this supercell moved east it bombed the Indian Basin Gas Plant (Oxy, Inc) with golf ball to softball size hail for 30 minutes (7:05 PM MDT - 7:35 PM MDT).

It also produced golf ball size hail on U.S. Hwy 285 just south of Seven Rivers, New Mexico. 

While I had my head in the clouds my wife was watching a couple of baby foxes poke their heads out of their den.

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