Tornado alley May 2018 with Twin Tornadoes

03rd June 2018
We have just returned from our first trip of the year to tornado alley and it did not disappoint. We travelled 4,600 miles across 6 States, we saw dozens of supercells and 8 tornadoes.

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Sister Tornadoes

May 28th, Washington County, Colorado chase day, with the stunning sister tornadoes!
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Venango Arcus cloud

Taken in Nebraska on the state line to Colorado.
This Arcus cloud seemed to change between a Roll cloud and a Shelf cloud, I have never seen anything like it and it was very difficult to get the lightning into the panoramic, as the cloud rolled in quite quickly.
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Dusty Supercell storm

This severe thunderstorm kicked out thousands of lightning bolts and kicked up a lot of dust with it high winds, taken near Vernon in Texas.
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Supercell light

This LP Supercell had stunning Structure with Mammatus clouds and close proximity lightning. Taken near Mangum in Western Oklahoma with a brilliant orange sky caused by the sunset and the dust kicked up by the storms.
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Severe Thunderstorm in Nebraska

This severe warned thunderstorm looked like it was going to drop a tornado for about two hours, with its amazing hail core and inflow clouds, this was one stunning storm to watch as you can see from the people in the shot.
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Lake McConaughy lightning

A stunning storm chase from Colorado into Nebraska (23rd May), With some breathtaking storms. Main storms we chased where between Chappell and Ogallalla in Nebraska with some stunning lightning to finish the day off on a beach next to Lake McConaughy.
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