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PostSubject: Supercell lifecycle   Thu Jun 24, 2010 10:28 am

It's a Youtube vid but it is so good and holds so much information it really needs to be placed in this thread area. The educational value of this time lapse cannot be underestimated and it should be mandatory viewing.

You'll see what I mean when you see it. I don't care about anyone's opinions on who gets the most tornado videos or whatever, this guy needs to be paid big bucks for the exclusive use of his video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raoJU-OevN0&hd=1
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PostSubject: Re: Supercell lifecycle   Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:49 am

Mike, ive watched this a few times now, saw it first on FB where i passed comment but to be honest there is so much going on its hard to take it all in. Will require many many views to even begin to understand it all i think, hell i wont even then.

Certainly one of the very best Severe Weather Time Lapses ive seen.
So much development going on with things evolving with every frame. Always liked Time Lapse, you see the normal vids and hear people talk about rotation but you can never really appreciate it that well can you.
This shows it VERY well Shocked

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PostSubject: Re: Supercell lifecycle   Fri Jun 25, 2010 5:25 pm

Have watched it several times since also. Watching the rotation and how it pulls in and actually creates condensation to form around the unseen funnel in parts - how satellite funnels form around the wall cloud region.

You can see the wall cloud tighten up as the footage goes along - amazing stuff! It must have been a beast of a storm to put out so many tornadoes. Skip told me that it was the best chase of his life...he does not chase small storms but rather, like most in the US, is onto the big set up supercells which show the most potential. He is also streaming for ChaserTV, so someone else to view!!! He's been chasing for about 6 years off hand and is doing okay with it all.
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