23 Oct 2013 el reno tornado
The vehicle was struggling to maintain speed and was difficult to control. Flash Flood Warnings After 5:35 PM CST, the tornado moved east once again, and dissipated at 5:42 PM CST near the intersection of I-40 and Banner Road.
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The RaXPol radar data shows winds of at least 295 mph very close to the surface.
My laptop screen in the front of the car also suffered a hailstone strike and was cracked. HD EXPEDITION VIDEO 1: EF5 tornado at close range, El Reno, OK: Watch Video The outbreak was the result of a slow-moving but powerful storm system that produced several strong tornadoes across the Great Plains states, especially in Kansas and Oklahoma. TORNADO RATING: Statement on the rating of the May 31, 2103 El Reno, OK tornado Multiple locations were found. The outbreak was the result of a slow-moving but powerful storm system that produced several strong tornadoes across the Great Plains states, especially in Kansas and Oklahoma.
At 5:19 PM CST the tornado crossed U.S. Highway 81 near Reno Road as it continued to expand in size.
My car's wheels were struggling to grip the gravel road against the force of the wind, and the vehicle's traction control was continuously engaging and reducing power to the wheels.
These are the two DSLR still images I obtained at this time, both at 10mm on the Canon 10-22mm wide-angle lens (click each to open a full screen view): This still image was taken at 6:25:37 PM CDT: This still image was taken at 6:25:43 PM CDT: After a few seconds, the winds associated with the outer circulation of the tornado - in excess of 100mph - struck me and the car.
A home that was under construction lost all four exterior walls and a fifth-wheel camper was blown 200 yards (180 m). In other words, observer traffic was a non-factor at our location. When storms initiated, a dominant cell was apparent taking shape along I-40. Weather Radio, About Us This tornado resulted in relatively moderate damage, but killed over 100 head of livestock.
Suite 2400Norman, OK 73072(405) 325-3816Comments? , This large rain-wrapped tornado touched down at 7:50 p.m. CDT (0050 UTC) on May 31, southwest of Weldon Spring in St. Charles County, Missouri.
The twister was responsible for eight deaths, including famous storm chaser Tim Samaras, his son Paul, and Carl Young as a result of being caught off-guard by the tornado's unprecedented width. With a maximum width of 2.6 miles (4.2 km), it was the largest tornado on record. Read More >. Due to the tornado's apparent southward component of movement, I chose to turn south from Jensen onto S Choctaw for one mile to position closer to maintain a good visual.  One tornado near Lebanon, Kansas reached EF3 intensity, and an EF2 near Marysville caused major damage to several structures.
Other strong tornadoes caused severe damage in Nebraska, Missouri, Illinois, and Michigan. GO: Home | Storm Expeditions | Photography | Extreme Weather Library | Stock Footage | Blog, Web Site Design and Internet Marketing by CIS Internet.
Due to the tornado's slow motion, several areas in its path were likely exposed to winds well in excess of 100 mph (160 km/h) for at least 45 minutes.  A satellite tornado also occurred and such companion tornadoes tend to be observed with especially large and intense tornadoes. A few homes had their roofs entirely ripped off, and damage along this portion of the path was rated EF1 to EF2.
At this time, the tornado gave no indication that it had deviated from its eastward movement.
The third satellite or subvortex emerges from the rain on the left side of the screen as a large barrel/cylinder tornado 6:21:48 PM CDT.
SPREADSHEET: Event time analysis from cameras - download in Excel, OpenOffice or CSV. Click any thumbnail on this page to view a larger version. All NOAA, Snow and ice will continue over the central and southern Rockies and eastward into the High Plains through Tuesday along with record cold temperatures.
Additionally, several other people were killed while attempting to escape the tornado near U.S. Highway 81.
, In addition to the tornadoes, the Oklahoma City metro area was subjected to severe flash flooding on May 31 and into the early morning hours of June 1, with initial estimates of 7 to 12 inches of rain having fallen as storms continued to train across the area during the evening and overnight hours. I estimated at this point that it was two miles to the south. Tim and Paul Samaras, and Carl Young had died when the storm's sub-vortex hit them along the intersection of Reuter Rd. NWS Office History
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