... - In addition to the video, check out the Rozel, Kansas EF4 Tornado - May 18, 2013 storm chasing log summary with satellite, radar graphics, video and photos.
On May 18, 2013 multiple tornadoes occurred from a supercell thunderstorm that developed in south-central Kansas. The storm took over 2 hours to become organized and dropped a large cone, EF4 tornado south of Rozel, Kansas. The tornado lasted about 30 minutes on the ground.
A second tornado developed a tad north of the first one and lasted around 10-15 minutes, before roping out east of Rozel, Kansas.
The supercell recycled and produced another elephant trunk tornado east of highway 183 near Sandford, Kansas. The tornado was about 5 miles southeast of the previous one. The tornado was unique since it's path did a '180'. It moved from southeast to northwest, eventually crossing about 1/2 mile in front of us. Eventually the supercell storm merged into a line and the tornado threat diminished. It appeared Rozel escaped major tornado damage.
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