Wheatfield Shock

Wheatfield Shock

An intermittent supercell fought cold outflow from earlier storms, but still forged eastward to form a “striking” backdrop to the happy green High Plains wheatfields.   A unusually moist spring in the northwestern Texas Panhandle kept irrigation units idle more than usual and the dry-land crops high and verdant.

19 W Dalhart, TX (28 May 15) Looking NNW
36.0871, -102.8753

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