by William T. Hark
Stock Photgraphy and Video
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Last modified: July 26, 2004
May 15 (Storm chaser picnic)
May 16 (Central Nebraska brief tornado, funnel and multiple rotating wall clouds)
May 17 (Russell, Kansas violently rotating cone-shaped lowering)
May 18 - 20 (Kansas and Iowa busts, chaser convergence, and funnel cloud)
May 21 (Bradgate, Iowa tornadoes)
May 22 - 23 (Hallam, Nebraska tornado; Columbus, NE supercell and Hallam damage survey)
May 24 (Washington County, Kansas Tornado and possible Lyndon, Kansas (Topeka area) )
May 25 - 28 (Western Oklahoma and Abilene, Texas area storms, angry cows, weird drugs and a cool turtle )
May 29 - 30 (Jamestown area, Kansas tornadoes (Cloud, Republic and Mitchell Counties))
A tornado outbreak
During this trip, I chased with the the following chasers: Ron Gravelle,Jack Kertzie, Jason Persoff, M.D and Jeff Piotrowski. Thanks to Jason Politte,Jim Leonard of Cyclone Tours and Charles Edwards of Cloud 9 Tours,Dave Lewison, and Jack Kertzie for help with data and nowcasting. Jason and Dave can get almost as excited watching a storm on radar as when actually chasing. I also received updates from Tim Vasquez's Chase Hotline.
All photos and pictures are copyright 2004 William T. Hark, M.D except as noted. My pictures are either video captures using a Sony TRV-900 mini DV or scanned slides from a Nikon FG and Fuji Velvia film. Video stills have been slightly adjusted with Photoshop for viewing on a computer monitor.
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