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Top 10 Tornadoes and Hurricanes Caught on Camera

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  • Caught on camera: wall at NC school gymnasium destroyed by storm’s microburst


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  • STRANGE LIGHTNING STRIKES - Caught on Camera and explained


    Strange lightning footage compilation with all sorts of bizarre lightning manifestations including bead lightning, ribbon lightning, streamers, anvil crawlers and more. For licensing contact

    Lightning strikes from storm clouds down to the ground. It also strikes up into storms and also out into thin air. Sometimes isolated sparks shoot up out of the ground. Lightning Channels sometimes sail in strong wind and take bizarre, unlikely paths through the sky. This video is about the weird behavior of strange lightning.

    Most of us have seen epic lightning bolts branching from the cloud down to the ground, But have you ever seen lightning bolts branching up? Upward-moving lightning or ground-to-cloud lightning often has a strange smooth and fluid channel. This type of lightning was extremely rare prior to the industrial revolution and is said to have only occurred from mountain peaks. Tall, man-made structures help trigger this discharge and increasing skyscrapers and radio antennas are making this brilliant phenomenon more common.

    Most lightning discharges occur only in the clouds never striking the earth. This is called intracloud lightning. But sometimes it leaps out into the naked air, and so this phenomenon is called cloud-to-air lightning

    During a lightning storm It's a good idea not to be the tallest thing standing around. But that doesn't mean you're safe if you're the shortest. Lightning seems to have a physics defying mind of it's own and often takes unlikely, erratic paths before striking a random target.

    Milliseconds before a typical lightning strike, a stepped leader advances from the cloud to the ground. Before reaching the ground a charged ionic channel called an upward streamer reaches up to meet the leader. When they connect a massive electrostatic discharge flashes. During some strikes, multiple upward streamers spark up and only one makes a connection. In rare photographs you can see these lonely upward streamers failing to make a connection.

    After a strike, the main lightning channel begins to cool and sometimes decays into glowing fragments slow enough for the human eye to detect. This string of dots is called bead lightning or chain lightning.

    Sometimes lightning photographs have parallel successive flashes or strokes off-set from each other. This is called Ribbon Lightning and occurs when strong winds actually blow the flashing channel through the camera frame. Here's some video of lightning actually sailing in strong wind.

    We've all seen lightning flicker, but we generally don't see all the flashes or strokes because they happen too fast for the eye to see. Some lightning strikes are said to flash up to 30 times. When you slow video down you can detect more of the flashes, but this video was shot at 30 frames per second and lightning can hide several stokes inside one of those frames. 480 frames per second will give a more accurate stoke count, but again it is possible to have several strokes inside one of those frames. The best way to get an accurate stroke count is with one still frame. Open your shutter on a dark night and pan your camera back and forth. If lightning strikes during a pan, you'll have recorded and separated the strokes. Notice the primary flash is the only one with branches.

    Perhaps the strangest manifestation of lightning is Ball Lightning which is said to be a floating luminous ball that can pass through walls. Despite the trillions of selfies shot every second around the globe, There is no solid photographic proof of ball lightning.
    In fact it's entire existence is based solely off of reported public sightings. I scoured the internet and was only able to find one plausible photograph of ball lightning.

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  • TORNADO!! We did all that we could do...


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    It is officially tornado season number two here in Texas. A few years we had a massive tornado rip through our city, so naturally we are all a bit on edge. The other night we had another massive storm come ripping through Dallas. It brought a total of 7-9 tornadoes to the area. We had one tornado right behind our house. it was very scary. We did all that we could do and hid in the bathroom. Be safe everyone...

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  • Rainbows + Tornado? Top 5 Unusual Rainbows


    The rainbows on this list are some of the most obscure and unusual formations ever seen on Earth! I hope you all enjoy today's post!

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  • Tornado Size Comparison


    In this 2nd episode, we compare the sizes of tornadoes to the biggest hurricanes. Including the world largest fire tornado, largest tornado El Reno, Tri State Tornado, Typhoon Tip and so on.

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  • VIDEO INSIDE A TORNADO!!! Aurora, NE Tornado, June 17, 2009


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    INSANE video from inside the powerful Aurora, Nebraska tornado on June 17, 2009. The tornado intensified right on top of the SRV Dominator, and the window was blown out as an intense mini suction vortex passed over the vehicle. A 138.8 mph wind gust was measured by the roof anemometer as the window blow out. Check out Storm Chasers on Discovery Channel this Fall for the video of the glass slamming into our faces.

  • Witness a mock tornado drill at Hunter Elementary


    Students at Hunter Elementary School in Raleigh, N.C. prepare for tornado season by participating in a statewide mock tornado drill for schools. The peak time for tornadoes in North Carolina comes in April, May and June, with a secondary peak in October and November.

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    From spider lightning to bolts shooting out of tornadoes. Here are my best lightning strikes caught on camera over the last 20 years. For licensing contact

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    #10 Was caught in 2014 on a Kansas interstate. In slo-mo you can see the distant discharge triggering the closer strike.

    #9 was bagged under a tornadic supercell near Lincoln Nebraska. What makes this bolt so striking was it's bizarre looping path.

    #8 Occurred on May 31, 2013 near El Reno Oklahoma. This historic and horrifying day saw the birth of the world's largest tornado at 2.6 miles wide... And the fact that there's a bolt of lightning shooting out of it's massive infant side makes this strike worthy of this list.

    #7 was summoned over Devils Tower in Wyoming in June of 2013.

    Anvil Crawler lightning also called Spider Lightning due to the way it scampers across the sky is one of nature's most dramatic displays. I've photographed hundreds of anvil crawler webs, but only once lurking over a paralyzed 1956 Mercury Monterrey. That's why this lightning strike is #6.

    # 5, 4 & 3 all come from one intense evening. In June of 2010, a violent storm in North Texas was bombarding the Earth with constant bolts of negative and positive lightning... When the strikes are slowed down you can really see individual flashes that make the lightning flicker. It's an incredible super long mega bolt and it's 14 separate flashes that scores number 5 on my favorites.

    *****CORRECTION: Positive flashes are usually composed of a single stroke, whereas about 80% of negative flashes contain two or more strokes (e.g., Rakov et al. (1994). Multiple-stroke positive flashes do occur but they are relatively rare. Heidler et al. (1998), from electric field measurements in 1995–97 in Germany, found that out of a total of 36 positive flashes, 32 contained one stroke and 4 contained two strokes. On the other hand, Lyons et al. (1998b), using NLDN data for 14 selected summer months from 1991 to 1995, reported on 1002 positive flashes (about 0.04% of a total of 2.7 million positive flashes) composed of more than 10 strokes. However, in the author’s view, it is likely that some of these multiple-stroke events are actually misidentified cloud discharges.*****

    Positive lightning is the most deadly of the bolts. They can leap from the tops of thunderstorms out to the ground up to 10 miles away. To complete this stealthy journey they can generate a billion volts... PLUS When these Daddies fire, they can heat the air to over 54,000 degrees F (30,000 C). That's over 5 times hotter than the surface of the Sun which is about 10,000 F.

    Because of their tendency to leap away from rain and low storm clouds, positive lightning is extra photogenic.

    #2 was a crazy perfectly framed anvil crawler discharge crashing to Earth between Brady and Fredricksburg TX in 2013.

    #1 was caught on camera on June 16th, 2014 in Northeast Nebraska. 2 tornadoes are on the ground as lightning strikes.

  • Hurricane, Tornado, Cyclone – What’s the Difference?


    What is the difference between a tornado and a hurricane? And what about typhoon? First, let’s get it straight: all these weather phenomena have to do with strong winds. Not my-umbrella-got-torn-from-my-hands strong, mind you, but rather my-house-got-blown-away-to-the-Land-of-Oz kind of thing. Yet before we get to the actual difference between hurricanes and typhoons, we must understand that they’re one and the same thing called a tropical cyclone.

    If you live in moderate or colder climates, there’s nothing for you to worry about, even if your house is right by the seaside, because you’ll only hear about cyclones from the news. After all, they’re called tropical for a reason: they only form in tropical or subtropical areas, because they need warm water to get things going.

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    A tropical depression 1:47
    A tropical storm 2:29
    Hurricane or typhoon? 2:50
    But what about tornadoes? 3:50
    The safest place of a tornado 5:12
    How powerful a hurricane could be:
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    - Category 2 7:02
    - Category 3 7:24
    - Category 4 7:53
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    - A tropical cyclone is a huge mass of clouds that gather in the sky and start rotating counter clock-wise due to very low air pressure.
    - Cyclones occur much more often than you think! But only few of them grow large and strong enough to become hurricanes or typhoons.
    - The weakest version of a tropical cyclone is called a tropical depression. It’s a similar swirling mass of clouds, usually accompanied by storms, but the force of winds in it is not very high.
    - When the winds are stronger than 39 mph, the cyclone is then called a tropical storm. This is a more serious threat, and you’ll do well to hide inside your house because gusts of wind might reach 72 mph.
    - And only if the wind gets even more powerful than that, then it can be called a hurricane or a typhoon.
    - If a severe tropical cyclone with wind speeds of over 75 mph occurs in the North Atlantic or North-East Pacific, it’s called a hurricane. If it’s in the North-West Pacific, then it’s a typhoon.
    - We hear more about hurricanes than typhoons because the Atlantic Ocean is warmer than the Pacific, and warm water acts like a fuel for cyclones.
    - Tornadoes can form almost anywhere they please, both over sea and over land. But there’s much more to it than that.
    - A tornado is a swirling funnel of air coming down from the sky. It appears during thunderstorms, and it’s rather a consequence than a reason for severe weather.
    - But despite its terrible power, a tornado is a very local event, and short-lived at that. The biggest one ever registered by scientists was just over 1.5 mi in diameter and lasted about an hour or so.
    - The center, in its turn, is usually calm and windless — so calm, in fact, that it’s almost creepy. It’s called the eye of the tornado or the hurricane, and it’s basically the safest place to be when the phenomenon comes to you.
    - There are 5 categories of hurricanes according to the National Weather Service. Category 1 is just slightly more intense than a tropical storm, and in some countries it’s still considered as such.
    - Category 2 is another story altogether. The wind blows at speeds of up to 109 mph, and that’s where the real trouble starts.
    - When a hurricane grows to Category 3, it’s already a disaster. First of all, it’s big. Secondly, it’s powerful. The winds are reaching 129 mph, and catching such a gust is like being hit with a race car.
    - A Category 4 major hurricane is something you don’t want to see with your own eyes. With gusts of wind up to 157 mph, it can tear trees from the ground and hurl fairly large objects in the air, causing lots of damage.
    - And finally, a Category 5 major hurricane is a thing to be avoided at all costs. In other classifications it’s even called a super typhoon or a super cyclonic storm, which says a lot.

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  • If the Moon were replaced with some of our planets


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    Mercury is intentionally left off as it isn't Much bigger than our Moon (and hence is boring)

    Everything is correctly scaled. The Axial tilts are not particularly accurate.
    the moon that flies in front of Saturn is Tethys. It is Tiny. but *very* close

    Dione would be on a collision course, it's orbital distance from Saturn is Nearly identical to our Moon's orbit around Earth

    Titan, which is Larger than our Moon, is outside the orbit of Dione

    on Jupiter, you might be able to make out the 4 big moons, They all have orbits larger than our moons orbit. but I stuck them on the far side of jupiter so that they could be seen so it looks as if they are closer (to Jupiter) than they really are.

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    I created an Earth Moon system in 3dsmax, with accurate sizes and accurate orbital distances.. I than matched video of the real Moon with my video camera, against my model. I also researched the correct FOV of my video camera. I used both methods to verify my Virtual camera's FOV (around 47 degrees). I next modeled up the rest of the planets in proper scale (Real values) set at the distance of the moon (also real values), created the animation of them rotating around, and composited the whole bunch.


    Scales used in Visualization:
    Celestial Body Radius (in km)
    Moon: 1738
    Mars: 3397
    Venus: 6052
    Neptune: 25,269 (equatorial) 24,340 (polar)
    Uranus: 25,559 (equatorial) 24,973 (polar)
    Jupiter: 71,490 (equatorial) 66,854 (polar)
    Saturn: 60,268 (equatorial) 54,360 (polar) (not including rings)

    Distance to Moon 384,000km

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    1, We would not be engulfed by Jupiter or any other planet, Jupiter's radius is 71,490 km and the distance to the Moon is 384,000km

    2, Saturn is not larger than Jupiter. Saturn + RINGS is larger than Jupiter

    3, We would suffer from really really horrible tides, and Volcanoes And some pretty bad Radiation from Jupiter. It *could* strip away our atmosphere, but haven't done the math. Eventually our planet would become tidally locked (that is the same side of Earth would always face Jupiter. we would Still have some bad tides and volcanoes from being in a slightly ellipitical orbit, and from the other moons of Jupiter, and the Sun having tidal influence. I have not calculated how bad the Tides would be. A Simple guess would be at Least 300 times more exaggerated than they are now, This figure could be way off, it's simply an educated guess.

    4, We would not be in the rings of Saturn. Or to rephrase that, we would not be in any of the Visable rings of Saturn, There are some very very faint rings that strech out far that we would be in, but i did not model them.

    5, We would not be crushed by the Gravity of Jupiter, This is not how orbiting works!.
    However, at the Roche limit, we WOULD become a new ring system, The Roche limit is *about* 36,000km above the surface of Jupiter or 106,000km from the center of Jupiter. So, to reiterate if the center of Jupiter was 106,000km away from the center of the earth, Our planet would become a new Ring system of Jupiter.

    6, I did not model the Ring of debris around Uranus (this faq will be deleted in a few days)

    7, This is not an ad for any beer company, no one has endorsed me, or this animation, It's just the traffic that drove by.

    8, There is Ring Shine on Saturn, but it is very faint, the Rings are reflecting light onto Saturn in the animation. The moon that flies by is Tethys

    9, I love Pluto, and Mercury. They are left off because they are too small. Pluto is smaller than our Moon, and Mercury is not significantly larger than our Moon.

    10, The Sun i used for lighting the planets is slightly off from reality, this was done so that they weren't totally dark and boring

    11 FOV is about 47 degrees

    12 Orbiting! Yes! we would be a moon of Saturn, Jupiter, Uranus, and Neptune. They are much more massive than the Earth. Venus is about the same size of the Earth and we would orbit around a center point between us

    13 Rotation rates and axial tilts are not accurate to anything

    14 Radius of the Sun is 695,500 km, and hence if it were where our Moon is, we would be engulfed by it

  • Unbelievable Tornado Footage with Rainbow & Blue Sky


    NEW FOOTAGE of the Madill Oklahoma tornado including incredible debris in slow motion and up close shots of things flying through the air. Plus never before seen footage of the birth of this tornado, mesocyclone time lapse, well defined clear slot, entire wide angle view of the storm and tornado in blue skies, eventually wrapped up with a tornado and rainbow.

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    CHASE ACCOUNT April 22, 2020 Madill Oklahoma:
    Three days prior to this tornado event, the Storm Predication Center issued a risk of severe storms in Oklahoma, Texas and vicinity for April 22nd… initiating near a dryline.

    The next day, The risk was upgraded with a 10% chance of significant tornadoes EF2 and above.

    On the morning of April 22nd, the day of the event, the outlined risk of tornadoes was expanded.

    At 1:09 PM on April 22, cumulus clouds were developing along the dryline and by 1:12 PM a Mesoscale discussion was issued… anticipating a few tornadoes.

    At 3:20, a squadron of storms was developing along the dryline and by 4:01pm they were maturing into small supercells, marching eastward.

    Several of the storms produced tornadoes, but I chased the storm that impacted the town of Madill and by 4:50 PM I was observing a tight rotating updraft approach the town. The tornado touched down on the south side of Madill and earned EF2 status right out the gate as it snapped power poles and flung trees and large branches high into the air.

    THIS WAS AN UNUSUAL TORNADO to observe as a swirl of dryer air was being ingested into the storm slicing an impressive clear slot around the tornado and providing a rare view up into the engine of the supercell. This swirl of air is the Rear Flank Downdraft (RFD) and in most cases has visible precipitation accompanying it that often is wrapped around the tornado like curtains, obscuring it in some manner. The small mesocyclone and low precipitation storm mode tracking near paved routes I’d previously traveled gave me a confidence to dare extremely close videography while keeping a close eye on the large debris perimeter as well as the power lines above me.

    IN THIS HIGH RESOLUTION VIDEO you can observe strong upward motion shredding trees of leaves giving the tornado a slight green color near the ground. Large sections of trees or medium sized entire trees are clearly visible flying through the air and being slammed back to the ground with missile force. A satellite dish is ripped from the tower and falls at a 45 degree angle or so before being launched horizontal some distance off frame and high detail of power flashes arc into the air as the tornado crosses the intersection. Scientifically, the most valuable shot is probably the wide angle slow motion of the debris once the tornado impacts the warehouses. Unfortunately, this is the only stable video of this event, so triangulating particle motions is not possible. If we were to have another stable perspective, Dr Anton Seimon and his team could have used the data set to study tornadoes.

    As stated in the video, the rain free highly visible nature of this storm, small compact size and reasonable motion made this an ideal storm to attempt up close video. The paved roads I had previously traveled greatly reduced risk of unknowns such as road construction and poor road conditions, etc. The greatest concern of mine was the power lines near me and throughout the event I was positioning myself upwind of them. This was extremely risky even for the most seasoned and experienced storm chaser and in hindsight I could have gotten just as dramatic video another 50-100 meters back. I was anticipating the tornado to continue to track east northeast but after staking my ground, the tornado took a slight arc east southeast tracking extremely close to me. Though closer than I anticipated, I still felt confident I didn't have to abandon my post. My chase vehicle has one small dent in the side from a missile.

  • Heavy Rainstorm FLOODED Our Basement! BUSTED Window And Rushing Water!


    We had a huge and heavy rainstorm where the water came down so much that our yard got flooded. As the storm got worse, so did the flooding. We quickly found that water was coming into our house through several areas. One of the worst areas was the basement where the water was seeping in through the window. The window well filled up until the window could not hold the weight of the water any longer and it busted allowing over 4,000 gallons of water into our basement. We frantically tried to save everything we could but time ran out on some things.

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  • Tornado Size Comparison


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    A tornado is a rapidly rotating column of air that is in contact with both the surface of the Earth and a cumulonimbus cloud or, in rare cases, the base of a cumulus cloud. The windstorm is often referred to as a twister, whirlwind or cyclone,although the word cyclone is used in meteorology to name a weather system with a low-pressure area in the center around which winds blow counterclockwise in the Northern Hemisphere and clockwise in the Southern. Tornadoes come in many shapes and sizes, and they are often visible in the form of a condensation funnel originating from the base of a cumulonimbus cloud, with a cloud of rotating debris and dust beneath it. Most tornadoes have wind speeds less than 110 miles per hour (180 km/h), are about 250 feet (80 m) across, and travel a few miles (several kilometers) before dissipating. The most extreme tornadoes can attain wind speeds of more than 300 miles per hour (480 km/h), are more than two miles (3 km) in diameter, and stay on the ground for dozens of miles (more than 100 km).

    Various types of tornadoes include the multiple vortex tornado, landspout and waterspout. Waterspouts are characterized by a spiraling funnel-shaped wind current, connecting to a large cumulus or cumulonimbus cloud. They are generally classified as non-supercellular tornadoes that develop over bodies of water, but there is disagreement over whether to classify them as true tornadoes. These spiraling columns of air frequently develop in tropical areas close to the equator, and are less common at high latitudes. Other tornado-like phenomena that exist in nature include the gustnado, dust devil, fire whirls, and steam devil.

    Tornadoes occur in North America, particularly in the area of the United States known as tornado alley,as well as in northern and east-central South America, Southern Africa, northwestern and southeast Europe, western and southeastern Australia, and New Zealand.Tornadoes can be detected before or as they occur through the use of Pulse-Doppler radar by recognizing patterns in velocity and reflectivity data, such as hook echoes or debris balls, as well as through the efforts of storm spotters.

    There are several scales for rating the strength of tornadoes. The Fujita scale rates tornadoes by damage caused and has been replaced in some countries by the updated Enhanced Fujita Scale. An F0 or EF0 tornado, the weakest category, damages trees, but not substantial structures. An F5 or EF5 tornado, the strongest category, rips buildings off their foundations and can deform large skyscrapers. The similar TORRO scale ranges from a T0 for extremely weak tornadoes to T11 for the most powerful known tornadoes.Doppler radar data, photogrammetry, and ground swirl patterns (cycloidal marks) may also be analyzed to determine intensity and assign a rating.

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  • GREATEST STORMS ON EARTH - Best Of Tornado Alley


    Visually stunning, mini documentary of the best tornado footage, lightning strikes, supercells and most beautiful storms I've documented. Not only is Mother Nature’s fury amplified with these explosive storms, So is her beauty.

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    I have devoted a large portion of my life to documenting thunderstorms from South Texas to North Dakota, and from California to Florida. The storms notorious in Tornado Alley can be terribly powerful, however the side I'm most interested in is her beauty. This is a collection of my all time most beautiful and greatest moments storm chasing. I have strived to capture steady shots in the worst conditions possible with no shaking, or windshield wipers. Though I've had many great encounters in my portfolio over the last 25 years, this video is mostly the last decade simply due to the increase in camera quality. Many great 1080p HD captures were left out to make room for the 4K storm footage. I hope you enjoy :D

    Roughly 75% of the ENTIRE planet’s tornadoes are reported in the United States. Here, unique geography is ultimately responsible for the high frequency of extremely powerful storm cells. Though tornadoes most often make the headlines, all this excessive energy in the atmosphere can result in an freak show of other wonders.
    Many of the phenomena we are familiar with and others we are still just discovering. Not only is Mother Nature’s fury amplified with these explosive storms, So is her beauty.

    Storm updrafts most frequently erupt near late afternoon when daytime temperatures reach their highest.

    Rainbows are caused by the reflection, refraction and dispersion of sunlight in rain droplets. The secondary rainbow is visible when the light that is reflected twice inside raindrops is bright enough for detection. And Because this light is reflected twice, the order of the secondary rainbow’s colors are reversed.

    The concentrated downdraft of heaviest rain and hail is the core
    This icy waterfall often has a turquoise hue.
    In the evening or morning when golden hour sun light mixes in, the storm can turn an eerie green.

    In a wind sheared environment cell updrafts may rotate, becoming a mesocyclone. Mesocyclone’s are the defining character of the rarest and most powerful breed of thunderstorms, the supercell. And it’s these supercells that are responsible for the majority of the worlds strong tornadoes. Thankfully, most of these tornadoes occur over sparsely populated areas causing little damage if any.

    Thunderstorms have the ability to create electric fields by separating pools of positive and negative charges. When oppositely charged regions become strong enough, a flash of lightning temporarily equalizes the difference. Most flashes occur within the storm, but roughly 1 in 5 initiate by a downward moving stepped leader that connects to the ground. This is a cloud-to-ground flash. The more powerful the thunderstorm, the less time needed for the regions to rebuild their energetic charges.

    UPWARD MOVING LIGHTNING or Ground-to-cloud lightning:
    On rare occasions lightning initiates from tall objects on the ground and propagates upward into the storm. During extraordinary events, two or three GROUND-TO-CLOUD flashes occur And during extremely rare conditions over a dozen bolts of lightning can leap up into the sky.

    Near the ceiling of our troposphere, pouch like mammatus clouds hank underneath the storms anvil cloud. High above the anvil cloudds, mysterious large scale discharges burst into color. Scientists call these Transient Luminous Events (TLEs).

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  • THE MOST EXTREME Storm Footage of Water Tornado, Hurricane, Hailstorm,Waterspout VIDEOS


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  • TORNADOES OF 2018 - Extreme Weather Documentary


    Documentary about Tornado Alley weather in 2018. The best of tornadoes, landspout tornadoes, lightning and spectacular storms caught on camera from South Texas to South Dakota including behind the scenes wildlife & wackiness.

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    2018 Tornado Statistics:

    It seemed the theme for 2018 was gnarly, tornado warned storms, reluctant to drop tornadoes. It was a less active year with 991 confirmed tornadoes reported in the US. That's more than 200 less than the annual average of around 1250.

    With only 10 reported deaths, 2018 also had the lowest number of tornado-related fatalities on record in the United States. This is the lowest amount since records began in 1875.

    2018 also reported an absence of incredibly violent tornadoes. This is the first year since records began in 1950 that a F/ EF4 or F/ EF5 tornado was not rated anywhere in the U.S.
    *One EF4 was rated in Canada on August 3rd near Alonsa Manitoba.

    Despite a lackluster year for tornado aficionados, there was no shortage of beautiful storm structures and epic lightning. In fact, 2018 is my best year ever for lightning captures since beginning around 1995. One of the highlights of the year was in the AM hours of June 25th. I followed an MCS across Kansas and captured several clusters of multiple leaders leaping up from wind turbines into the clouds. Also know as upward-moving lightning or ground-to-cloud lightning, these upward moving clusters numbered from 6 to 14 leaders upward moving leaders at a time. The discharges appear simultaneous on high speed video with a frame rate of 240 / second, however higher speed video might eventually reveal separations in these clustered discharges.

    Storm Facts & Information:

    How can you tell the difference between positive and negative lightning?

    Positive lightning typically originates higher in the storm and flash durations tend to exist longer than less powerful negative strikes. Negative lightning flashes tend to be quicker and with multiple flickers or strokes. This is a good basis for distinguishing the two, however not fool proof.

    Is a landspout a tornado? What is the difference?

    Yes, landspouts are tornadoes. Landspouts are like waterspouts but form over land. These tornadoes do not develop from supercell mesocyclones, rather low level vorticity colocated under a stretching storm updraft. They tend to be weaker (on the EF0 to EF1 range) but can still pack all the beauty.

    Storm Video, photography and editing by Pecos Hank LLC. Copyright 2019
    Additional licensed video of the June 28th Capitol MT tornadoes by Evan Ludes
    Additional licensed video of the May 1st Kansas tornado by Blake Brown

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    When a dam bursts in movies it might be a mesmerizing spectacle, but in real life everything is a little different. You are now looking at the largest, most technologically advanced dam in the world, with a length of 2,335 m 7600 ft, and even this miracle of engineering was unable to hold out against the enormous pressure of the water behind it! Today we’ll show you how this could happen. Here are 12 of the most massive dam failures caught on camera.

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  • 3 Storm Chasers Killed in Oklahoma Tornadoes


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    TV weathermen and women are trained to handle all kinds of inclement situations. But what about a spider on a weather cam? Or a wisecracking co-anchor? Get your umbrella ready, because these are the meteorologists who lost it on live TV.

    In May 2019, a tornado shredded the streets of Dayton, Ohio. Luckily, locals can't say the alarms weren't sounded, according to Newsweek, thanks to FOX 45's weatherman, Jamie Simpson.

    But not everyone was happy about it. Simpson's live report, made several hours before the tornadoes rushed through, cut into an airing of The Bachelorette.

    Rather than ignore the social media fire, Simpson flipped out.

    The tornado ended up claiming one life, destroying a large part of central Ohio, and injuring twelve, according to Today. When Simpson's clip went viral, Dayton locals praised him for his dedication.

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    CNN's Chad Myers | 1:11
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    Michigan's Garry Frank | 2:27
    WITI-TV 's Angelica Duria | 3:12
    Australia's Steve Jacobs | 3:43
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  • CLOSE VIOLENT TORNADO SOUND !!! Coleridge, NE 6-17-14


    Eight tornadoes were intercepted between Hartington, Coleridge and Laurel, Nebraska on June 17th, 2014. (two seen here) To license tornado video contact Around 7PM the plug was pulled on the atmosphere and a thunderstorm exploded over Hartington Nebraska. By 7:40 the storm was rotating and soon after dropped it's first tornado, a large cone that lasted about 5 minutes before roping out. A second brief ropy tornado touched down and then a third, wide conical, multiple vortex tornado morphed into a violent beast. This was the main event, long lived tornado that began near Coleridge Nebraska. The sound of the tornado is audible in this video and resembles a powerful waterfall to me. The storm cell motion was Southeast at around 10-15 mph.

    1. Cone to rope between Hartington and Coleridge
    2. Brief rope
    3. Coleridge long lived roaring monster
    4. Brief cone satellite North of Laurel
    5. New parent circulation: First a cone, then lifted to a hovering blob with suction vortices and eventually dropping into another long lived almost stationary wedge tornado near Laurel Nebraska.
    6. Western flank brief night satellite
    7. Eastern flank relatively long lived elephant trunk to cone satellite near Laurel
    8. Rain wrapped wedge.

    Part two of this event will be uploaded soon with more detail, radar and explanations.

    Two days after this tornado outbreak I traced the Coleridge tornadoes path. Several of the homes viewed in this video were badly damaged, others only mildly damaged... some of that footage is dove-tailed into this video.
    At one point three tornadoes were on the ground. One parent monster tornado (#5) and two relatively powerful satellite tornadoes that were illuminated by the lightning flashes.
    The storm hardly moved causing local flooding and the lightning generated from this engine was unlike anything I've ever witnessed. All this was well documented and will be available soon. To my current knowledge there were no fatalities from these tornadoes.



    Storm season preparation tips, cameras and gear. Different cameras I use videoing and photographing storms, tornadoes and lightning. Depending on what the storm is doing will determine whether I grab a Sony or a Nikon.

    I get a lot of comments from people asking what camera I use… Well, I use about five of them depending on what the storm is doing. Below are descriptions and information about Nikon and Sony cameras.

    Everything you see on this channel through 2015 was shot with Nikons namely a D7100, D7000, D300, D200 and a few film bodies namely the nikon FM, FE and FE2. In 2016 my primary video camera was the Sony a7s ii. This camera is incredible with amazing low light sensitivity and internal 4K video. However there are several cons to using this camera for storm chasing. We'll get to that...

    NIKON D7100 and NIKON D7000
    These two affordable cameras do their jobs well. High quality high resolution stills and great HD video. One thing I particularly like about these cameras is they do pretty well capturing lightning video for a camera with a rolling shutter. They especially excel shooting RAW stills that I animate into storm time lapses.

    NIKON D300 & D200
    This camera is pretty much outdated and I hardly use it. I leave a 80-200mm 2.8 lens on it for shooting tornadoes miles away. I would not recommend this camera to anyone as Nikon has several options that are more up to date. Wanna buy mine? :)

    THE SONY a7s ii
    This camera seemed like the answer to all of my problems. Internal 4K and incredible lowlight sensitivity were the primary reasons I purchased this beast. In the long run, the Sony a7s ii was two steps forward and one step back. The rolling shutter on this camera creates the worst jello I've seen and it's almost impossible to capture lightning on video that is not ruined with rolling shutter partial exposures. In the hundreds of lightning strikes I shot with the sony a7s2, only a 2 or three are salvageable.

    Another issue with the Sony a7s ii is the overheating. While chasing tornadoes there are a lot of things you need to worry about so adding to the list is not ideal. I have to constantly monitor this camera's temperature so that I can swap it out prior to it shutting off. Sooner or later I will likely get hosed and miss some epic video because the camera overheated and turned itself off.

    Any time you zoom in or out with the Sony 24-240 lens, the depth of field changes. So forget about tight focusing and zooming wide. I've never even heard of lenses that do this so my first few storm chases of 2016 were soft. Thankfully nothing amazing happened on those chases like the events that happened later in the season. Also, the camera is overall heard to focus. The little grainy LCD screen will pop in a tight window for tight focusing and this is extremely helpful, however this option does not work while you are recording. So anytime I want to zoom in or out, I have to stop recording, check focus an then start recording again. Peaking options make it a little easier.

    Overall, the Sony a7s ii is an incredible camera. Sony has pulled off miracles that are affordable. If you can navigate around these issues, the camera produces amazing results. I'm starting to get a rhythm of dealing with these cons and when the camera overheats after around 30 minutes of use, I switch to my nikons for awhile.

  • Hiding From REAL Tornado at Great Wolf Lodge!!


    Well, we have officially seen almost all the crazy weather there is. While we were at Great Wolf Lodge, I was joking about the extremely high winds that we were having that we about to get a tornado. When we were in the middle of changing for evening activities, we got a real tornado warning. The storm was 9 miles away moving at a speed of 25 miles per hour towards us. Things got REAL ....VERY fast. We quickly went underground for shelter. Watch to see the whole story! In the meantime, we were at a brand new Great Wolf Lodge we have not visited before and it had some super unique things about it! There are s'mores to roast, an amazing ropes course and rock wall as well as mining! The kids absolutely LOVED getting to mine for gems and stones. We also got to eat dinner in the coolest room! We are always amazed at how Great Wolf Lodge is able to surprise us with something special at each visit! Get a personalized video from us to you! Check out our Cameo profile to find out how:
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  • THE MOST EXTREME Storm Footage - Tornado, Hurricane VIDEO


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  • Top 10 MOST EXTREME storm chases of 2018! Tornadoes, haboobs, floods, and hurricanes


    Top 10 most extreme storm chases of 2018 including tornadoes from Dixie Alley to the High Plains, jaw-dropping haboob, gorilla hail, flash floods, and Hurricane Michael; in no particular order. Music is from Epidemic Sound



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    Here is our TOP 10 TORNADO CHASES OF THE DECADE video! Our team officially formed in 2013, so we missed several notable tornado events during the 2010's. But we were able to see some incredible storms despite the late start to this decade. We are excited to see how we've grown in our forecasting, chasing and filming since 2013 and are excited to be sharing this journey with all of you! Here we come 2020's!


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  • Mother nature is scary! ???? HUGE tornadoes caught on camera ????


    Here are some insane tornadoes that were captured on camera, some of these tornadoes are monsters!!

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    Kids are making their first YouTube video and tornado hits house that tears off roof and deck during the video. No siren went off and it came on all the sudden with no notice. Everyone in house was safe but entire house has to be demolished and reconstructed.

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  • Underwater Tornado - Whirlpool


    Underwater Tornado - Man Made But Cool.
    This is a cool effect created by the outgoing tide pulling water from the Gulf Flats across US 1 and out to the Atlantic through an underwater pipe that runs below the Freeway. Because of the full moon, there are longer and stronger tides. Usually the pipe is not totally submerged. The weeds add a but of effect.

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    Gavin's 2015 Kindergarten concert, taking place at Genoa Kingston Highschool, was interrupted by a tornado touchdown approximately 5 miles away in Kirkland and Fairdale Illinois. They had us gather in an interior hallway for the remainder of the warning. At one point it was reported that the twister was heading straight for the school before it veered north away from us.

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  • Dashcam: Laramie, WY tornado June 6, 2018


    6/6/2018 I documented a highly visible and photogenic tornado from beginning to end
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    0:30 condensation funnel fully forms
    1:36 parked
    4:15 parked & tornado crossing highway
    6:23 cloud-to-ground lightning (right)
    7:49 debris from RFD (left)
    7:58 RFD strikes car
    8:55 developing anticyclonic tornado strikes car

    This tornado formed 8 miles north of Laramie, Wyoming and is shown here crossing U.S. Route 30, the historic Lincoln Highway. It rapidly intensified, tearing up grass and dirt as it traveled over mainly open fields. The tornado followed the contour of the land up and over the Laramie mountain range for over 45 minutes before dissipating. It was rated an EF-3 by the National Weather Service.

  • 10 Amazing Facts About Hurricanes and tornadoes | hurricane facts Wikipedia | tropical Storm ,


    10 Amazing Facts About Hurricanes

    Whether it’s called a hurricane, a typhoon, or a tropical cyclone, this is one dangerous. While tornadoes have stronger winds than a hurricane, they are relatively small and don’t last long. Hurricanes can be up to half the size of the contiguous United States, and they maintain their peak intensity for days at a time.

    Are Hurricanes cold or hot ?
    Ans: Hurricanes Contain Lots Of Snow And Ice.
    Do Hurricanes have eyes ?
    Ans: Hurricanes Breathe, And Their Eyes Blink.
    What is Coriolis effect?
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    Can Hurricanes be measured?
    Ans: Hurricanes Register On Seismographs.
    Does Sahara Desert Affects Hurricanes?
    Ans: The Sahara Desert Affects Atlantic Hurricanes.

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    The hurricane’s greater size and longer duration make it more damaging than a tornado.
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