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Storm Hunters
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A team of Texas A&M University meterology students set up their forecasting headquarters as they begin the first step in tracking, spotting and photographing an approaching storm system. Led by, from left, Greg Bostwick of Beeville, Jud Ladd, Greg Wilson and John Marrs, the team has banded together some 15 young weathermen into what is known as the Severe Storm Intercept Project. The storm hunters have traveled as much as 500 miles in their search for hail, high winds and tornadoes. Sorry. Again we don't know a year.
A team of Texas A&M University meterology students set up their forecasting headquarters as they begin the first step in tracking, spotting and photographing an approaching storm system. Led by, from left, Greg Bostwick of Beeville, Jud Ladd, Greg Wilson and John Marrs, the team has banded together some 15 young weathermen into what is known as the Severe Storm Intercept Project. The storm hunters have traveled as much as 500 miles in their search for hail, high winds and tornadoes. Sorry. Again we don't know a year.
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A team of Texas A&M University meterology students set up their forecasting headquarters as they begin the first step in tracking, spotting and photographing an approaching storm system. Led by, from left, Greg Bostwick of Beeville, Jud Ladd, Greg Wilson and John Marrs, the team has banded together some 15 young weathermen into what is known as the Severe Storm Intercept Project. The storm hunters have traveled as much as 500 miles in their search for hail, high winds and tornadoes. Sorry. Again we don't know a year.
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