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John Homenuk
Meteorologist, storm chaser, photographer. Drinker of large amounts of coffee. Writing and reporting: Forecasting: .
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John Homenuk 13h
Possible tornado!
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John Homenuk Jul 2
Replying to @ReedTimmerAccu
YES sir, keep dominating. See you out there next week for high plains insanity
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Dan Fitts Jul 2
10 to 11 miles NW of Hemingford, Nebraska minutes ago
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John Homenuk Jul 2
So glad that May is finally here!
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Cameron Nixon Jul 1
The High Plains trollollodograph: Tonight's spectacular Satanta tornado lines up nicely with other unexpected strong and photogenic tornadoes in weak shear and high LCLs: -Simla '15 -Laramie '18 -Bethune '19 -Dora '15 (not pictured) Don't miss the next!
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John Homenuk Jul 1
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John Homenuk Jul 1
Replying to @spahn711
So sorry to hear this man. Hoping for the best
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John Homenuk Jun 28
Some personal news to share
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Cameron Nixon Jun 28
Hodographs in the cornfields today Big PWATs with weak shear can go HP beast mode fast, but prominent low-level humps esp. near IA/NE in this case analog to some prolifically cyclic grungemonsters *only* if upscale growth holds off. Maybe some minis in Minnesota.
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John Homenuk Jun 27
Replying to @KyleTWN
Yesssss
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John Homenuk Jun 26
Armando lays out tomorrow’s threat in the Northeast very well in this thread. A must read! —->
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Bob Waszak Jun 26
Wow!!! Near Somonauk IL now!
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John Homenuk Jun 24
Replying to @BLynch74
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John Homenuk Jun 24
Replying to @stormchasernick
Investing in the stock of graupel tweets from New England meteorologists. 5,000 shares.
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John Homenuk Jun 24
The opportunity for substantial warmth in New England next week has gone haywire, with guidance now amplifying the pattern so much that a large cutoff low sinks into New England. Such a progression would lead to unsettled weather and temperatures several degrees below normal.
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John Homenuk Jun 23
Replying to @312Will
Hockey July 30th 😬
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John Homenuk Jun 23
Replying to @xtina_fighter2
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John Homenuk Jun 23
Replying to @jhomenuk
Today’s EPS continued this trend: More amplified ridging into Eastern Canada, and better agreement on troughing (cutoff low?) dropping into New England.
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Eric Webb Jun 23
This morning's sounding from Barbados shows the classic signatures of a Saharan Air Layer (dust) outbreak. A low-lvl easterly jet caps the shallow, moist, & well mixed marine BL & dual inversions demarcate the vertical limit of the Saharan Air Layer, revealing it's >2.5 km thick
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John Homenuk Jun 23
Replying to @jhomenuk
This same general idea appears on the EPS, which trended toward a blocking high north of Hudson Bay. The amplification of the pattern overall could then subsequently force lower heights towards New England.
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