Large funnel cloud formed under a developing cumulus congestus cloud just before 4pm 25 March 2014. The funnel persisted for about 10 mins before becoming horizontal, very small and then roping out. The precipitation does suggest some rotation at the surface but hard to tell.
Tweet Vote on HN Today we (Fredrick Muscat and I) started out early from North Platte and had to track […]
Tweet Vote on HN Congratulations to WIlloughby’s crew for that insane tornado. I am a little embarrassed to post these […]
Tweet Vote on HN Long drive from New Mexico. Starting the actual chase from Sidney Nebraska the chase zig-zagged across […]
Tweet Vote on HN This turned out to be a surprise event in northern Oklahoma! Beautiful deep layer shear type […]
Tweet Vote on HN A couple of the Phone pictures of the hailstones I could collect. The hail roar was […]