Flight Tracks

*No seeding missions in April or May 2020.

June 2020


On June 19th, seeding operations were done over Southern Armstrong County (6 BIP flares) and Donley County (4 BIP flares) on two convective clouds between 5:36 pm and 5:47 pm (Total: 10 BIP flares).

 A large system ingested the two seeded clouds. Counties benefited: Armstrong and Donley


July 2020 

July 2, 2020 Seeding Mission:

On July 2nd, seeding operations were done over Potter County on five convective echoes between 3:23 pm and 3:59 pm (23 BIP flares); counties benefited: Potter, Carson, Armstrong, Gray and Donley.


July 4, 2020 Seeding Mission:

Seeding operations were conducted over Carson (12 BIP), Donley (10 BIP) and Armstrong (4 BIP) Counties between 3:20 pm and 4:15 pm on five convective cores located over Carson, Donley and Armstrong Counties.  Seeding operations favored the aforementioned counties and also Gray County.


July 6, 2020 Seeding Mission:

Seeding operations were done on four small convection cores over Donley County between 4:13 p.m. and 9:36 p.m. with very good results. 

The Panhandle Groundwater Conservation District will strive to develop, promote and implement water conservation, augmentation and management strategies to protect water resources for the benefit of the citizens, economy, and environment of the District.



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