Supercell Thunderstorm/Rapidly Rotating Wall Cloud- Amarillo, TX June 11th, 2005





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Published on Mar 1, 2010

August/September 2013 Update: Ever since YouTube has implemented the 144p default option, many videos here on YouTube look horrible and very pixelated upon buffering. It's also extremely hard to change to a better resolution, many times if you try to change it, it doesn't take and the video still plays at 144p, even if the resolution is already set to 360p or 480p! If you are having this issue with my video here, as some have had, here is the fix for Firefox at least. The plug-in installs in just a few seconds, and then all you have to do is choose what quality you want the videos to default too when you watch them. You even get a few other helpful options too! Hopefully YouTube will address this issue soon which has caused widespread problems with several videos here on my channel, and on many other channels as well.
See link for the fix: http://productforums.google.com/forum...

This video was shot during our quick fly out/fly back home "spot chase" of June 2005. The month prior we completed a successful two weeks on the road, but we still wanted more storms. So, during the second week in June, the pattern started shaping up for another bout of severe weather, and that's when Dave Lewison and I booked a flight out to Denver on Jet Blue, and headed out for another few days of chasing. No tornadoes we spotted during this trip, but we did see some amazing storms none the less. This one being the best of them.

Hope you enjoy the video, and please rate, comment and subscribe if you have a few moments as I will be posting many more videos over the coming days/weeks/months. Thanks!!

Scott McPartland

©2005 Scott McPartland


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