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Rainbow Tornado West of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

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Published on Jun 26, 2012

Tuesday, June 26, 2012
The rare and very elusive "Rainbow Tornado"
West of Moose Jaw between Shamrock and Mortlach, Saskatchewan

After the most EPIC storm chase in 10 years, this 22 second stands alone as the most amazing in this channel's history. Three days and 300 clips later! We started out on the riverboat cruise on Saturday, just starting to program the new BlackBerry PlayBook in what was to begin a memorable 3 day chase. Gunjan Shadow Hunter and Jared Mysko took off from Saskatoon on Sunday towards a growing system over Cypress Hills, Alberta. The entire story can be found in our archives on http://www.canadianprairiestorms.blog...

http://www.canadianprairiestorms.blog...
http://www.canadianprairiestorms.blog...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHSm0...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbTBB...
Risk maps, predicted this one perfectly 4 days out:
http://www.canadianprairiestorms.blog...

This tornado was preliminarily rated as F-2 to F-3 as damage was limited to a storage shed being destroyed, a line of trees shaved off and a snapped power pole. It went right over a farmers's yard and tossed some things around there but luckily didn't do major damage from what we found. Environment Canada has yet to complete their investigation.

Gunjan shadow hunter, @jaredmysko and team "Canadian Prairie Storm Chasers"

This video was posted from the field using a Blackberry Playbook

Tornado was on the ground for about 3 minutes, 5:30 to 5:34pm

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