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Week 15 (April 8 – 14, 2019) Contest Winners

The WINNER among the 44 entries in Week 15: Todd Calhoon.

1. place – WINNER: Todd Calhoon‎‎‎‎ – 235 votes

“This was from my very first storm chase, June 9, 2013, at Oronogo, Missouri.”

2. place: Devid Raziel Penguti‎ – 185 votes

“Storming Sunset Polesine, 02.07.2014”

2. place: Frank Olsen‎ – 185 votes

“Beam me up, Scotty!
Rocket launch seen from Andenes.
It was quite a show a few days ago, when Andøya Space Center launched a rocket into space, releasing some chemicals into the atmosphere. It created some awesome light phenomena combined with the northern lights. This rocket has been planned for more than a year. And how lucky we were to be there at the right time.”

3. place: Martin Popek – 156 votes

“Lightning over the Beskydy mountains (21.7.17).”

4. place: Guilherme Silva Photography‎ – 150 votes

“A magnificent thunderstorm which produced lots of cloud-to-ground lightning and some of the best skies I’ve ever seen filled with asperitas clouds.


June 13, 2017 in Braga, Portugal”

5. place: Andreas Feichtmeier‎‎ – 147 votes

“May 21th 2016 massive supercell near Leoti, Kansas. Grüße/Greetings Andreas Feichtmeier.
My FB page: https://www.facebook.com/gewitterundlandschaften.de/

6. place: Sid Smith – 107 votes

“Grapeland Texas tornado warned supercell 4-6-19”

7. place: Csaba Wolf‎ – 75 votes

“Lightning over János Hill with hard rainfall from Budapest, Hungary. (09. April, 2019.)”

8. place: Otto Zachař‎ – 73 votes

“Back side supercell 2017 with Hail core”

9. place: Tóth Gábor Gyula – 66 votes

“A surreal season opening :)
HeavenManPhotography
2014.04.01, Szeged, Hungary”

9. place: Alain Berkhuizen‎ – 66 votes

“Very low-based and tornado warned Wallcoud @ Douglas, Eastern Texas
Provided by Dutch chasers!”

10. place: Fabio Carnevale‎‎ – 65 votes

“Ostia Lido (Rome) 10/04/2019”

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