Top 10 Weather Photographs: 10/23/2014




The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on October 21st 2014

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#1 Vilson Berisha (338 Likes)

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 Strong supercell above Adriatic sea,with rainbow,waterspouts,shelf cloud and impressive hail curtain makes incredible nature…… 23/11/2013 Croatia,N adriatic.

#2 Brad Hannon (264 Likes)

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 Texas shelf – May 8th 2007.

#3 Brett Wright  (259 Likes)

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 I have had many people swear this was from the movie Twister, well it may certainly look like the F5 at the end of the movie, this was a EF4 in Shawnee, OK on may 19th 2013.

#4 Jesse Post  (184 Likes)

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 Going “Into the Storm” near Burlington, CO 6/14.

#5 Colt Forney (170 Likes)

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 June 16, 2014 Bartlett, NE As the Burwell storm began to die, it’s updraft swung overhead.

#6 Jodi Mair (159 Likes)

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 June 3rd, 2014…. Fullerton, Nebraska.

#7 Brandon Green (147 Likes)

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 08-07-13 north of Amarillo, TX.

#8 Lori Ferguson (143 Likes)

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 The famous LP supercell on 5-26-13 near Ansley, NE. This was the first year I chased with a DSLR but didn’t shoot in RAW and barely had a clue what I was doing. I was lucky the storm was so photogenic.

#9 Justin Battles  (141 Likes)

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 One of the most crazy ass etch-a-sketch lookin lightning strikes I’ve ever seen in a single 20 second exposure taken on Siesta Key Beach 8-2-14

#10 Caleb Hallford (115 Likes)

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 5-24-2014. Near Big Lake, TX Greenage approaches Chris Chittick and crew. Road network made it very tough to observe what this storm was producing in the Inflow Notch. The green and incredibly intense RFD Gustfront did a very good job of blocking the view of the Tornado Warned circulation in the updraft. If you wanted a view that day you had to earn it with risky roads and the prospects of encountering huge hail.


 

 Rising Stars

Images that did not qualify for the Top 10 but deserve a slice of the spotlight.

Mike Manning

On the 3rd December 2008, sultry conditions gave way to violent afternoon supercells in SE Qld, Australia. This storm had some amazing structure, colours and crazy bolts from the vault region that were rather close at times! Here’s one of the closer bolts I managed on this day west of Ipswich as it was dropping golf ball sized hail.

Grant Rolph

South East Queensland, Australia has some awesome topography. Taken from the Great Dividing Range looking towards the East (14/12/13) These severe warned cells produced frequent lightning, strong winds and large hail. What an amazing sight

Travis Farncombe

August 7 2013, Arthur Ontario. Here the tornado is at its mature stage over open fields; this thing was a total drill bit but, thankfully, didn’t hit a thing

James Carnes

Picture from tonight that I got of an Orionid Meteor. 10/21/14

Tracey Rees

Again, I hope this qualifies under the guidelines. This is our reward in the Chicago suburbs for not getting the awesome weather you folks out west get.

 

Congrats Everyone!

 

Zach Roberts

Zach Roberts

Owner/Storm Chaser/Photographer at Mr Twister
Hello and welcome my fellow photography and weather enthusiasts! I hope you enjoy my website and my photography. Nothing else in the world compares to seeing the beauty of mother nature in person, and I truly enjoying sharing my passion with you.
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