It finally appears that a few more parting shots are appearing on the horizon, starting with this upcoming Thursday, November 6. It's a sad state of affairs when I'm having to turned to a positively-tilted piece of crap trough with a SW/NE oriented dryline and a rapidly ejecting impulse, but such is the reality of late-in-the-year storm chasing. While another opportunity appears possible next week, the fact that it lands on a Wednesday and could require more than a three hour drive presents an issue what with early morning classes and work. It sucks that I'm running into the busiest part of my year as we sail toward wintry oblivion in several weeks but such is life.
The time change and the shortening of the days tends to signal the beginning of the end of yet another chase season and me turning back to this blog to vent the usual frustrations with the cold world at large. But with Chasercon being held in Norman this year, the wait should be marginally better with chasers from across the country pouring onto the prairie before the annual march to the dryline begins a few months later. All in all, I guess I don't have too much to complain about.
Be on the lookout for updates as winter begins to take hold!