*New Users. Meet and Greet Area*

Sep 13, 2019
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Indiana
Welcome to stormtrack Matthew. I am still pretty new myself but have learned a lot from people on stormtrack. Keep at it and you will fulfill your dreams of becoming a television meteorologist. Also most of my family lives in the Butler and Sedgwick county area.
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Cameron E.

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Jan 7, 2019
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Indiana
Hey everyone! I'm Cameron and I am 18. I too have absolutely loved weather ever since I was a kid. I used to and still do watch lots of different storm chasing videos on YouTube for fun. I hope to sometime maybe next year or in a few years to do a little storm chase adventure in the spring/summer. I live in Indiana and we dont really get storms here like we used to in central Indiana it seems like. I have recently become a certified storm spotter and have been doing a lot of my own research on storms and tornadoes at home. I am currently saving up for a Toyota 4runner to take out to the plains to chase with. This will be my little storm chase vehicle perhaps. I have a good amount of knowledge on storms and tornadoes but I lack the experience of a genuine storm chase. Is there any way to see who is looking for a chase partner here? Can I ask this? I would love to gain experience my first year with someone rather than go alone for that is dangerous and not as fun. Thanks! I'm excited to be a part of this Discord!
 

jacobc

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Sep 24, 2019
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westchester
Hi my name is Jacob you can call me j I'am 19 I have kids I'm married I got married at very young age 16 My wife is named Zora I have 5 kids also my wife is having triplets Ik that's a lot My friend named jesi put me on to this website I'm new today is my 1st day being on here I'll be warmed welcoming to meet new people love meeting new people
 
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Máximo Matassa

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Jul 25, 2019
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Rosario, SF, Argentina
Hello everyone. I'm new, I'm 16.
I am from Argentina, specifically from the city of Rosario.
I registered because I found the forum interesting. There is a lot of valuable information.

Now we are entering storm season. We also have some tornadoes, but not having enough tools makes it difficult to count them.

We recently had Steve Nesbitt's visit to study our storms, in a project called "RELAMPAGO" (more info: proyecto RELAMPAGO • CACTI | Overview - RELAMPAGO Field Catalog | NCAR EOL) and Reed Timmer also visited us in 2010 :)

I hope to share some pictures of this season. Greetings to all! (sorry if my english is bad jeje)
 
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Jan 31, 2017
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Joplin, MO & Iowa City, IA
Hello everyone. I'm new, I'm 16.
I am from Argentina, specifically from the city of Rosario.
I registered because I found the forum interesting. There is a lot of valuable information.

Now we are entering storm season. We also have some tornadoes, but not having enough tools makes it difficult to count them.

We recently had Steve Nesbitt's visit to study our storms, in a project called "RELAMPAGO" (more info: proyecto RELAMPAGO • CACTI | Overview - RELAMPAGO Field Catalog | NCAR EOL) and Reed Timmer also visited us in 2010 :)

I hope to share some pictures of this season. Greetings to all! (sorry if my english is bad jeje)
Bienvenidos a Stormtrack, Máximo! Argentina is a great country. I hope to visit again. I love the Pampas. You are aware of the San Justo F4 in Santa Fe province in 1973, right? A filmmaker has created a documentary about the tornado (Vorágine - El Tornado de San Justo). I am writing a book about how a city fights back from a killer tornado (mainly my hometown of Joplin, USA), but want to add material from San Justo.

Your English is fine.
 

Máximo Matassa

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Jul 25, 2019
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Rosario, SF, Argentina
Bienvenidos a Stormtrack, Máximo! Argentina is a great country. I hope to visit again. I love the Pampas. You are aware of the San Justo F4 in Santa Fe province in 1973, right? A filmmaker has created a documentary about the tornado (Vorágine - El Tornado de San Justo). I am writing a book about how a city fights back from a killer tornado (mainly my hometown of Joplin, USA), but want to add material from San Justo.

Your English is fine.
Thank you! Yes, I heard of that tornado. It was in January '73. Tetsuya Fujita came to study the damages. According to him it was an F5, the strongest outside the United States.
F4 we have had many throughout history.
In fact an F4 destroyed my city in the year '69
Did you read about the tornado outbreak in Buenos Aires on April 13, 1993? About 300 tornadoes occurred in one night!

If you need information about something, do not hesitate to contact me!
 
Sep 13, 2019
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Indiana
Hello everyone. I'm new, I'm 16.
I am from Argentina, specifically from the city of Rosario.
I registered because I found the forum interesting. There is a lot of valuable information.

Now we are entering storm season. We also have some tornadoes, but not having enough tools makes it difficult to count them.

We recently had Steve Nesbitt's visit to study our storms, in a project called "RELAMPAGO" (more info: proyecto RELAMPAGO • CACTI | Overview - RELAMPAGO Field Catalog | NCAR EOL) and Reed Timmer also visited us in 2010 :)

I hope to share some pictures of this season. Greetings to all! (sorry if my english is bad jeje)
Welcome lol
 
Sep 13, 2019
26
1
1
Indiana
Hello everyone. I'm new, I'm 16.
I am from Argentina, specifically from the city of Rosario.
I registered because I found the forum interesting. There is a lot of valuable information.

Now we are entering storm season. We also have some tornadoes, but not having enough tools makes it difficult to count them.

We recently had Steve Nesbitt's visit to study our storms, in a project called "RELAMPAGO" (more info: proyecto RELAMPAGO • CACTI | Overview - RELAMPAGO Field Catalog | NCAR EOL) and Reed Timmer also visited us in 2010 :)

I hope to share some pictures of this season. Greetings to all! (sorry if my english is bad jeje)
Welcome lol
 
Sep 13, 2019
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1
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Indiana
Thank you! Yes, I heard of that tornado. It was in January '73. Tetsuya Fujita came to study the damages. According to him it was an F5, the strongest outside the United States.
F4 we have had many throughout history.
In fact an F4 destroyed my city in the year '69
Did you read about the tornado outbreak in Buenos Aires on April 13, 1993? About 300 tornadoes occurred in one night!

If you need information about something, do not hesitate to contact me!
How r u