Radar Imagery of Sharon Intercept
By Quincy Vagell on July 20, 2012, 9:00am
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Radar imagery shows that I punched the core with my storm intercept.
I knew the storm I hit was pretty special, but now looking back at radar, I couldn't have picked a better spot to intercept this storm.
The core passed over in two pieces, the first with strong winds around 1:55 p.m. and a second with torrential rain and small hail between about 2:00 and 2:05.
Check out the following slides for some more views of this severe storm, including wind speed graphics and 3-D cross-sections.
A special thanks goes out to Ralph Fato for sending me these images.
UPDATE: New slide at end thanks to Steve Barabas