Hope Tornado - June 4th, 2019.


Blog Updated At 4:46 PM MDT Friday, June 21st, 2019.


Great shot of a rope funnel from Margie Bluth on her ranch in Eddy County. This was a severe warned storm.















Published on Jun 4, 2019.

A funnel cloud went vertical southwest of Hope, New Mexico for roughly 10 mins and showed ground circulation (shown in the end of this video). This video is fast-forwarded 400x and documents the whole life-cycle.
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I Have The Luck Of The Irish When It Comes To Storm Chasing It Seems.

Sunday, June 2nd I boarded a flight out of Roswell bound for Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I didn't return until today. During the first week of June mother nature unleashed several episodes of severe weather across Southeastern New Mexico and I of course was missing in action. I was attending a two week long company sponsored training class. 

Tuesday, June 4th a Supercell thunderstorm dropped several funnel clouds and tornadoes south of Hope and northwest of Carlsbad. I have shared some of the Facebook and Twitter posts of this event via the photos above. My Twitter account is @KE5WLM. 

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