Posted by Anthony Watts
Stunning photo of dual tornadoes within a mile of each other on June 16th, 2014
Photo taken by stormchaser Matt Coker.
You have to see this to believe it!
Full size photo below:
Near Wisner, Nebraska, 6/16/2014 Photo by Matt Coker.
Part of this storm system in NE Nebraska:
Posted on June 16, 2014, in Tornados. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.
That is pretty darn cool!
I grew up in this region… Exciting and scary feelings collide . And every person would rather deal with this than earthquakes in California . It’s all about perspective . I prefer the earthquakes living here in central Ca.
I have seen a large tornado with satellite tornadoes before; they are not that rare (at least in Oklahoma). The satellites usually do not last long.
This one seems like two large independent tornados – that would be rare. If it is two big ones, I wonder if they are rotating in the same direction or counter to each other? A few percent of tornadoes rotate clockwise instead of counter-clockwise. Doppler anyone?
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