Dust - Virga Bombed - Smoke - Hail Storm - & A Ground Hugging Rainbow.


Clear Skies, Calm Winds, And Dust Hugging The Ground On St. Hwy 652 23 Miles West Of Orla, Texas. May 4, 2016.

Virga - Hidalgo Gas Plant 17 Miles West Of Orla, Texas. 5-6-2016.

Smoke From The Coyote Fire Obscuring The Guadalupe's 5-9-2016.

(5/13/2016 3:26:22 PM) -- from Wendell Malone (via spotternetwork.org) @ 21:25 UTC -- (S) Other --  -- Spotter is 14 miles N of HOPE, NM (Eddy county) [33.023/-104.765] -- Hail has been falling for 17 minutes. Quarter size now. (SN#22720).

My wife was my chase partner and here is her Facebook comments about this storm- "My Honey " we are going to play with this storm. We will drive back and forth through the core to see how big the hail is..." Me " YOU ARE GONNA DO WHAT???" In her pickup truck of course! 

Looking East At The Hail Shaft After It Bombed Us @ 3:39 PM MDT May 13, 2016.

Ground Hugging Rainbow After The Storm.

GRLevel2 Analyst Snapshot Of The Storm @ 3:23 PM MDT 5-13-2016.


GRLevel2 Analyst Snapshot Of The Storm @ 3:33 PM MDT 5-13-2016.
Hail In This Storm May Have Been As Big As Tennis Balls According To Radar.

5-6-2016.
Virga Bombed - Hidalgo Gas Plant 17 Miles West Of Orla, TX.

The Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction!

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