Researching severe storms
Kids can #BeAForce too and make their own emergency backpack!
Your #mPING reports of mixed precip are super helpful during this huge event! Stay home and mPING!
400,000 #mPING reports!
These are all the types of reports you can make with #mPING. Severe weather too! Today is the perfect event!
A weather balloon view of the world! GoPro on an experimental instrument train from 1800m!
If you are in an a colorful area, we need your #mPING reports all week!
Look how many of you are reporting precip with #mPING! This is going to be an epic dataset!
We have a #mPING'er in CANADA! Thanks!!!
NSSL/CIMMS #RotationTracks from the tornado outbreak yesterday. Look at the proximity to major cities!
Don't let your guard down! Severe weather possible this weekend! @nwsspc
Calling all spooks! Check your #NWS forecast so you don't trick-or-treat in lightning, hail or tornadoes!
Kudos to the Coors Field folks in Denver CO for posting this #lightning alert to protect Rockies fans!
The yellow thing is a launch tube to hold the balloon down in windy conditions while instruments are attached.
Pics from successful launch on Aug 1 in Florida
Practice for balloon launch #noweatheryet #practicemakesperfect
Our NOXP radar is near Phoenix during their #monsoon to study microbursts, flash flood events and dust storms.
Bright yellow, red and white show strong rotation. Red Cross uses this to plan disaster recovery. #helpokc
NSSL's experimental #rotationtracks shows intense circulations as bright reds and yellows.
Hanging onto the weather balloon in windy conditions.
A special launch tube holds the weather balloon in place while it is being filled with helium.
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