twister....

The first tornado captured by the NSSL doppler radar and NSSL chase personnel. The tornado is here in its early stage of formation. May (NOAA / NSSL)

My kids and I drove through this storm...A small tornado “ropes out” over a field in Hansford County, Texas on June 29, 1999.  The storm that produced this tornado was a cyclic supercell that spawned several tornadoes as it moved from southeastern Colorado into the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles.

June 29, 1999: Texas Panhandle (3)

A small tornado “ropes out” over a field in Hansford County, Texas on June The storm that produced this tornado was a cyclic supercell that spawned several tornadoes as it moved from southeastern Colorado into the Oklahoma and Texas panhandles.

Find the wonderful in ordinary places

Bicycle left out in the snow. Too cold to ride it today. Winter is here.

Awesome sized wall cloud with a little tornado

Tornado on one side and rain on the other, amazing how we get to see this but sad it’s devastated someone’s else’s life!

Thunderstorm In tornado alley these are a common occurrence. I live in Kansas. All I ask is that there is no hail, damaging winds or tornados. It can rain and thunder and lightening all it wants!

I have an awful fear of tornadoes... or bad weather in general.

I have an awful fear of tornadoes. or bad weather in general.

... of the value of Twitter as an instant communications tool– all we now have to do is point towards its adoption during this week's California wildfire ...

Fire Tornado --- California Wildfires 2003 = Many firefighters were killed when the fire suddenly changed direction trapping them with no way out.

The double tornado that slammed Nebraska June 16th, 2014, was a rare and horrifying sight.

The double tornado that slammed Pilger Nebraska June was a rare and horrifying sight.

Tornado coming our way ! A great reason for storm cellars on farms.

Tornado coming our way ! A great reason for storm cellars on farms. glass cube with a storm, this could be a great image to reference!

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Can't tell if this is a Waterspout or a tornado, not quite down. Funnel is rather light in color for a Tornado on the ground. Grounded Tornadoes usually darken, with sucked up dirt.

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