Top 10 Weather Photographs: April 22nd, 2016 “Towering South Dakota Tornado”

The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on April 20th 2016

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#1 Gene Moore‎ (571 Likes)

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Kyle SD tornado in 2007. Absolute desolate nowhere USA. Only a few farms and mostly open range land. One of my favorite chases. Down for about 25 minutes and could be seen for 25 miles away in good visibility and a high cloud base.

#2 Brendan Gully‎ (417 Likes)

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June 4 2015, Selden KS. Best day ever. Heading back to Tornado Alley next month for a 3 week stint, feel free to like my page to see how a bunch of Kiwis get on a second time around!

#3 Greg Wise‎ (404 Likes)

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The fine line between hope and despair! Taken last year as a storm was transitioning into blue skies as the sun was setting. Our local hospital has asked me to hang this in large format in the Emergency Room private sitting room where families of trauma patients await the outcome of their loved one’s initial treatment in the ER.

#4 Joseph E. Bentley‎ (359 Likes)

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Picture I captured this evening just west of Amarillo, TX.

#5 David Hegner (326 Likes)

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An amazing view into the core of tornado formation. A visible clear slot with a tightly wrapping meso, and stout stove pipe tornado near Eads, CO on 04/15/2016.

#6 Dennis Oswald (317 Likes)

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Shelfcloud is getting close! Near Heinsberg, Germany.

 

 

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#7 Colt Forney‎ (270 Likes)

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April 15, 2016 Eva, OK Some nice structure with a tornado last Friday evening, shortly after sunset.

#8 Scott Mcdonald‎ (245 Likes)

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Two nice bolts coming down in a 10sec exposure

#9 Leslie Spurlock‎ (233 Likes)

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Kansas 7/25/15

#10 Mike Olbinski‎ (208 Likes)

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From last Friday in the Oklahoma Panhandle just south of Eva. Sometimes you just want to stand and watch.

 

 

 Rising Stars

Phil Rettke‎

After a brief Summer storm passed the leftover clouds produced this fiery sunset near Ipswich in South East Queensalnd, Australia.

Grant Rolph‎

Dust devil, willy willy, whirlwind. These rotating dust clouds have many names in Australia. Dust devils form as a swirling updraft under sunny conditions during fair weather, rarely coming close to the intensity of a tornado. This was taken near Coonabarabran NSW 14/4/16.

Carol LaGrone‎

Taken this morning in Comfort TX. I was sitting on my front porch drinking coffee and enjoying a little rain shower when this rainbow appeared before my eyes. God is Great!

Bartek Zastawny‎

Cumulonimbuses in cold polar mass, yesterday over Torun, Poland. The sky was full of Cbs with really “crazy” virgas and mamma.

Deborah Dix‎

It was a beautiful, unseasonal 26 degrees c here yesterday in Hobart. There are a few Forestry burns around our mountain which has made for some beautiful sunsets. This was taken from the causeway that runs between Hobart airport and my little town of Sorell.

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.
Zach Roberts

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