Wednesday, April 25, 2012

4-21-2012: Western MN Funnel Clouds & Tornado

The morning started out by teaching the Skywarn Spotter Training at the WROC in Morris, MN. The training had a very good turnout.

After some morning showers, the sun popped out just enough to spark some instability in the air.

Early afternoon we watched the radar and saw reports of funnel clouds associated with the line of storms that seemed to pop up on the radar. Nick and I quickly got into the car and quickly raced to the west and captured these photos.

EF-0 Tornado 3 miles NW of Chokio, MN
1:40pm CDT


Dime size hail fell after the tornado.

Funnel Cloud 3 Miles NW of Chokio (second one in area)

A Look at the storms after they passed overhead.


Rotating Wall cloud with small needle funnel West of Donnelly, MN

Funnel Cloud near Morris, MN

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