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Tom Lynch

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
  • Weather Preferences: Cloud 9
  • Location: Cumbria UK

    This was a 'was it or wasn't it ?'  moment.  However having looked at the video again, I am confident that this was Stu's first tornado. Even his wife thought it was too.

     

    Floydada, Texas.

     

     

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
  • Weather Preferences: Cloud 9
  • Location: Cumbria UK

    Not totally in the right order but here is the last chase day of this tour. A dusty big beast in Texas.

     

     

    Tom

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
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    Broken Bow Nebraska  the show went on and on and on.  A proper lightning fest too

     

     

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
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    From Smith Centre Day another tornado bagged today

     

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    That's all for now folks

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
  • Weather Preferences: Cloud 9
  • Location: Cumbria UK

    Broken Bow Nebraska

     

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    Earlier that storm with our car

     

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    Twas a lovely LP supercell

     

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    Nature carved this out of moisture as would a 'Wood turner' carve a bowl from hardwood

     

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
  • Weather Preferences: Cloud 9
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    South Dakota   a speedy drive put us next to this LP supercell she was real pretty

     

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    The updraft was still piling in although the life of this supercell was to end at sunset

     

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    Within minutes of the sun going down all that was left of this sometimes beautiful creation of nature was a pile of swirling clouds. Even with my limited photographic skills I managed to catch her in her finery.

     

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
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    Two videos from 27 May   2 tornadoes  Smith Centre,  Kansas.  I actually think that there was one more. see photo in an item above.

     

     

     

     

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
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    Robs video from The first brief tornado at Smith Centre

     

     

     

    Robs video showing the second tornado better

     

     

    Tom

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  • Location: Cumbria UK
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  • Location: Cumbria UK

    You have seen what Broken Bow Nebraska looked like from the east. This is what it looked like from the north and west.  The only way to tackle this was to drive under it and out of the other side.

     

     

    Tom

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