Southwest monsoon storm chaser and photographer, Mike Oblinski, posted a beautiful timelapse earlier this month showing off his best 55,000 frames from his summer chase. Oblinski has been chasing monsoons in Arizona for 6-7 years, and chased for a total of 48 days this past season. During the summer months in Arizona, winds shift from […]
Check out this immaculate video footage of a breathtaking supercell thunderstorm that occurred over Hanston, KS on Wednesday evening. This storm had quite an impressive structure, the best I’ve seen in quite some time. Thanks to Robert Sinner for uploading this great footage. Enjoy!
Blackhawk, SD Supercell Timelapse: Yesterday, just east of Black Hills National Forest in South Dakota, a beautiful, low-precipitation supercell thunderstorm developed. Luckily for us, Dan McKemy uploaded this amazing timelapse of the storm for our viewing pleasure. Look at that amazing structure and rotation. Impressive, indeed!
I’m always on the lookout for new photographers to showcase on the blog. A majority of time these are either local folks or storm chasers. This time, I bring you a photographer from the Pacific Northwest. Blaine Franger has been producing some of the best nature photographs from the Pacific Northwest for quite some time. […]
It is monsoon season in the desert southwest region of the U.S., which means it is haboob season as well. Haboobs are large dust storms that form in very hot and dry regions when outflow winds from thunderstorms pick up sand of dust and push it across an area. The wall of dust and sand […]