Multiple supercell splits on February 3, 2006

What happened?

On February 3, 2006, a moist airmass set up in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Supercell thunderstorms aplenty popped up, and in a curious display on RADAR, numerous cell splits were easily visible. The RADAR animation of these storm splits is presented here.

Click here to see the RADAR animation showing the storm splits.

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Last update to this page: March 6, 2006