Four Tornadoes Wednesday Night

Good morning bloggers,


This picture above is from Wednesday when Gerard Jebaily was about to experience, what has been called by storm chasers, “the tornado of the year” so far.  It was a large wall cloud that eventually touched down and grew to a likely 1/4 mile wide tornado, most likely with around 175 mph wind and an EF-3.  Gerard also took this picture of a large hail stone that did not hit Storm Tracker, thank goodness. He stayed out of the core of the storm.


This next picture is when the tornado was touching down and about to grow, just north of Salina, KS.


It has been quite the week.  After Tuesdays big day across central Kansas, we had Wednesday with many small tornadoes. At least four of them have been surveyed by the National Weather Service.  This first picture, I plotted from what the survey showed from the National Weather Service:







There were at least four tornadoes. The survey continues today, so let’s see what comes up in their analysis.  The weather is calming down for a few days. We will look ahead into an interesting set up for Tuesday over the weekend.  Have a great day and thank you for sharing in this weather experience featuring Weather2020 and the LRC.


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