Bowdle Tornado I
Chasers advance on the first tornado to spin up from a monstrous supercell southwest of Bowdle, South Dakota - May 22, 2010.
Willow Tornado I
RFD hews out a misty gap in the storm base, allowing a tornado to briefly spin up near Willow, OK - March 18, 2012
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Rozel Tornado IV
A long lived tornado churns away behind a very transparent RFD slot, southwest of Rozel, Kansas.
May 18, 2013
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Grady Tornado IV
A tornado moves behind flooded fields near Grady, Arkansas—13 March 2016.
Grady Ropeout - I
A tornado northwest of Grady, Arkansas begins to rope out across flooded fields—13 March 2016.
Good Hope Cyclone
A tornadic wall cloud spins near Good Hope, Illinois—15 March 2016. A tornado is in progress here, however it hasn't manifested a condensation funnel to the ground where debris is being observed by spotters and chasers closer to the base of the storm.
Cattle Vortex - I
A herd of cattle gather as a tornado touches down near Felt, Oklahoma — 16 May 2016.
Cattle Vortex - II
Minneola Twister - I
A silhouetted tornado whirs west of Minneola, KS — 25 May 2016 at 6:32 local time / 2332Z. Chase account can be found here: http://www.perezmedia.net/ceruleanarc/002248.html
Approaching a large tornado and separate multivortex tornado south of Dodge City, KS — 25 May 2016 at 6:32 local time / 2332Z. Chase account can be found here: http://www.perezmedia.net/ceruleanarc/002248.html
A tornadic supercell wrestles with the landscape south of Dodge City, Kansas—24 May 2016.
Dodge City Stovepipe - I
A massive tornado churns west of Dodge City, KS — 25 May 2016 at 6:32 local time / 2332Z. Chase account can be found here: http://www.perezmedia.net/ceruleanarc/002248.html
A tornado strengthens northwest of Solomon, Kansas as the rear flank downdraft spirals rain bands inward—25 May 2016.
Abilene Tornado - I
A long-track tornado passes north of Abilene, Kansas—25 May 2016. This view is looking north from Indy Rd. and I-70 as the tornado is about to cross the road 2 miles to the north.
Abilene Tornado - II