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with your host, Storm Chaser and Professor Don Wheeler.
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Haby's Weather Forecasting Hints
Andrew Revering's Webpage with Stormchaser Names and Websites (The Motherload)
your host Mike Ridgeway
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Canyon Ridge HS Webcam
The Canyon Ridge High School webcam in Twin Falls is looking toward the west/southwest. The picture updates every 10 seconds (refresh the page).
Magic Valley SkyCam at CSI
Looking north toward the Canyon
"Life's tough, it's even tougher if you're stupid."_ _ John Wayne
In other words, get an education!
Atmospheric Science Class 2012 - 2013
Strong thunderstorm in Eastern Montana - Storm Chase 2012
My chocolate lab Rocco keeps an eye on the sky when the weather threatens! One bark means it's a funnel cloud, two barks if it touches the ground and becomes a tornado. There were no barks with this cloud feature. :)
Sunrise southeast of Twin Falls
Sunset looking west of Twin Falls
Going to the Sawtooth Mountains?
Live Picture From Stanley, Idaho
At an elevation of 6400 feet, Stanley often has the nation's lowest temperature in the winter.
Live Picture From Smiley Creek
One of the most beautiful places in Idaho...
December 2008 - Elevation 7100 feet
Abe's Chair near Smiley Creek, ID - elevation 10,000 feet
The view from Abe's Chair looking down on Alturas Lake and toward the Sawtooth Mountains in Central Idaho.