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Published on Jun 18, 2010
Wedge tornado with power flashes near Kiester, MN. This wall cloud and wedge was part of a cyclic supercell that developed off of an associated Algona, Iowa, wall cloud. This meso dropped 6 tornadoes for us that day. Power flashes multiple times at 1:44 and more prominent at 1:48. Multiple times it morphed from a cone to the wedge and back again with multiple vortices, but due to the distance and contrast it was hard to tell what it was doing at the base. Most of the mature stage it appeared to be wedge. Apologize for saying "wedge" a million times, but the adrenaline was pumping that day!!