I feel like I’m required to post about tonight and tomorrow’s Moderate Risk. Most chasers would undoubtedly post about the actual chances of severe weather occurring, with lots of fancy charts, graphs, and tweets. I, on the other hand, am still trying to figure out how the weather world works… and all I can see is a big lavender/hatched bullseye over most of the two states I called home for about 28 years. Boom. There it is.
But I can pretty much guarantee that if I hadn’t moved, that lavender swatch would be placed squarely over an intersection in the four states that I’ve spent most of this storm season in. The grass is always greener…especially if you’re in a drought situation that Colorado’s been in since November.
But I’ll keep an eye out tomorrow, and I most certainly won’t count out the weekend. I hardly have any lightning photos.