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SPC Convective Outlook
At 7:40 AM CDT On
March 28, 2007
SPC Tornado Outlook
At 7:40 AM CDT On
March 28, 2007
SPC Storm Reports For March 28, 2007
Large Tornado North Of Booker, Texas
Tornado northeast of Elmwood, Oklahoma
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Storm Intercept Summary

   This ended up being an exceptional storm chase.  I ended up chasing a supercell thunderstorm, which produced a large wedge tornado between the towns of Booker, Texas and Beaver, Oklahoma.  This chase was my first chance to chase storms in the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles, which is very well known in the chase community as being storm chaser heaven.  I got to witness one of the many tornadoes that occurred between the southern Texas panhandle to western Nebraska on this tornado outbreak day.  The dryline set up farther west than had been forecasted during the morning, but things worked out, and I ended up with a very successful chase.  I had some help from nowcaster and fellow storm chaser, Joey Ketchum.  A special thanks goes out to him, as he kept me updated on the supercell that I was chasing, and the storms that started chasing me after dark.  If the rest of this year's storm chases are as successful as this one, this is going to be a great year!!!

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Beaver, Oklahoma Tornado
March 28, 2007
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