For those who like learning about interesting stuff...

I'm sure many folks now about this, but since the topic of "Where can I learn {this or that}" comes up occassionally, I just wanted to post this link as a reminder here. Check out http://www.spc.noaa.gov/publications/ . There's a boatload of new publications recently put online regarding many things that chasers would likely find quite interesting and/or useful. For example:

Guyer, J.L., and R. Ewald, 2004: Record Hail Event - Examination of the Aurora, Nebraska Supercell of 22 June 2003. Preprints, 22nd Conf. Severe Local Storms, Hyannis MA.

Broyles, J.C., and K.C. Crosbie, 2004: Evidence of Smaller Tornado Alleys Across the United States Based on a Long Track F3-F5 Tornado Climatology Study from 1880-2003. Preprints, 22nd Conf. Severe Local Storms, Hyannis MA.

And so on... Worth some time with the cold off-season either started or approaching.
 
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