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Another MCV In Texas

March 06, 2008; 11:50 PM

UPDATE: Here is a radar animation showing the evolution and disappeance of the MCV. By Friday morning, what was left of it was in South Carolina.

ORIGINAL REPORT:

A couple of weeks ago I published some radar images and movies from a MCV (Mesoscale Convective Vortex [JessePedia]) event there. Tonight, another has occurred.


RADAR AND 2-HOUR LIGHTNING STRIKES

The storm formed in southern Matagora county around 4:30 Central time, then moved eastward off the coast. You can download* radar loops and a few still images from the WeatherMatrix site, showing Radar Reflectivity, Velocity, Lightning and Storm Tracks, courtesy AccuWeather.com RadarPlus.

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