Tracking Down a Hail Storm

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How does one track down a hail storm?

Sunday was an interesting day, as there were at least two thunderstorms that produced hail in Connecticut. I was fortunate enough to actually intercept both of those storms. 

Here’s a slide-show of my journey from start to finish, to get inside of the mind of a storm chaser. The ultimate goal is to intercept the core of a strong or severe thunderstorm. In the case of Sunday, the cores produced hail and gusty winds.


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