Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Tue, 05/25/2010 - 01:30
This is the full report of the May 24, 2010 tornado outbreak in the Dakotas by BNVN Weather Paparazzi Tony Laubach with HD footage of the storm chase in western South Dakota that ended in North Dakota.
This video starts out with a large wedge tornado along SD highway 73, just to the southeast of Bison, South Dakota as it moved north/northwest.
Video package opens with a handheld shot of the large wedge tornado looking to the southeast. Next shot is a handheld wide shot of the entire rotating meso-cyclone.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Mon, 05/24/2010 - 09:26
Brandon Ivey was out chasing today in Sherman County, Kansas where severe storms and a brief tornado formed off in the distance from his location.
The video starts out with supercell structure footage that shows the tornado warned storm to his northwest. At sunset, he shows the storm clouds with lightning and then a brief tornado that touched down about 10 miles away from him. The supercell severe thunderstorm continued to produce a lot of lightning and strong winds.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sun, 05/23/2010 - 06:14
Amazing tornado outbreak across northern South Dakota. Opening shot of a large, violent, wedge tornado 3 miles north of Bowdle, South Dakota. Next shot a zoomed in, close up shot (full screen, max zoom) of a high-tension tower crashing to the ground as the wedge tornado approached (pretty cool shot).
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sun, 05/23/2010 - 06:00
High Def footage of a violent wedge tornado hit north central South Dakota on Saturday evening near the small town of Bowdle, SD.
Video starts out with a Cone tornado about a mile away. Chris Collura is recording the tornado in the second clip while taking cover in a ditch as winds gusting to over 70 miles as the rear flank downdraft of the tornadoes winds hit the area while other chasers drive towards the large tornado.
Video continues with a side POV shot while driving as a huge tornado is just a half mile away.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sun, 05/23/2010 - 02:37
Brandon Ivey was out storm chasing today in north central South Dakota.
He caught several tornadoes and the footage starts out with structure shots on a tornado warned super cell. It then shows a developing tornado with more storm structure while the tornado is forming over open country.
The next shots show a tornado on the ground and then they get inside the tornado with high winds hitting the armored storm chasing vehicle.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sat, 05/22/2010 - 23:26
Part two of the video of a violent long track tornado hit the area around Bowdle, South Dakota today which is west of Aberdeen, SD.
In this video from BNVN Weather Paparazzi Scott Weberpal was tracking a large wedge tornado on the ground as it moved over open country. The tornado then went on to hit and destroy a high tension power line.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sat, 05/22/2010 - 21:08
A violent long track tornado hit the area around Bowdle, South Dakota today whichi is west of Aberdeen, SD. This is a short video from BNVN Weather Paparazzi Scott Weberpal of a large cone tornado and a wedge tornado on the ground.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Fri, 05/21/2010 - 22:17
BNVN Weather Paparazzi Scott Weberpal was out storm chasing today in Wheatland, WY which is north of Cheyenne, WY where this tornadic storm produced a brief tornado over open country for several minutes.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Thu, 05/20/2010 - 02:32
Today Oklahoma was a storm chasing dream come true as there was a high risk for severe storms and Tornadoes
Storm chasers Tony Laubach and Ed Grubb where chasing a rain wrapped tornado tonight in Kingfisher County, OK.. They were able to get within a mile of the tornado before it was obscured from view by the rain and hail.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Wed, 05/19/2010 - 00:12
A prelude to tomorrow's severe potential unfolded across the Texas Panhandle on Tuesday with several tornadoes touching down, including those included with this video package.
Opens up with funnel and shots of two tornadoes along TX-152 just east of Dumas, Texas. Both tornadoes were brief with the first exhibiting multi-vortex structure. The second was a brief stout cone tornado.