Convective Addiction chasers Adam, Brad, Jesse and Skip all were able to document multiple tornadoes across Nebraska during a 2 day chase marathon that saw a number of tornadoes across the state. The tornadoes were the result of an unusually strong cold core like system that slowly moved along, allowing for the 2 day chase-a-thon in relatively the same area.
Here are some of the tornadoes the members were able to capture:
June 19th near Max, NE:
June 19th near McCook, NE
Adam and Skip’s video:
Then on June 20th a more significant swarm of tornadoes affected the state. CA chasers got on the first batch of storms that went up. Adam and Skip had a very close call with a tornado that rapidly formed near Stamford only 30 yards from their vehicle. They moved to safety and regained a view of the tornado before it dissipated. They then moved n0rth to intercept a new storm that Brad and Jesse had been tracking and previously witnessed a cone tornado. Then the entire team was able to witness the beautiful white trunk near Pleasanton before attempting to move towards the significant tornado machine near York. Unfortunately by the time they arrived the storm was done producing tornadoes but despite that, it was still a great 2 days for Convective Addiction!
Here is what we were able to capture on the 20th.
NWS survey information of these tornadoes and more can be found here: http://www.crh.noaa.gov/news/display_cmsstory.php?wfo=gid&storyid=69864&source=0
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