December's Convergence! is tonight.
It will be held at the Tivoli Student Union Building on Auraria Campus. I will be doing a short presentation on the Alta Vista Tornado. It's nothing special really, I'm just trying to help fill time. It will focus on some of the mesoscale features and be filled with pictures and video.
Starts at 5:30PM tonight (hopefully I can get there on time!).
Did I mention free food and drink?
Also, I've been enjoying the tropical cyclone season in the Southern Hemisphere, so here is an update.
Satellite imagery used with permission; courtesy of IPS Meteostar Inc. Click for larger images.
UPDATE on yesterday: The snow came quick yesterday and was gone. There were some reports of thundersnow east of town and lightning detection did show a couple strikes.
I'm not sure how much updating I will be doing over the next week and a half. I have a busy weekend ahead and two long days in the office, Monday & Tuesday. I will be traveling to Montana for Wednesday through Monday and my parents have dial-up. :)
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