Top 10 Weather Photographs: April 2nd, 2016 “Tornado in Tulsa”

The top 10 weather photographs shared in the Mr Twister
Weather Snapshot group on March 31st, 2016

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#1 Nikolai Stophel‎ (507 Likes)

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Not your typical March 30th, Tulsa, Oklahoma tornado. I’m still in shock because of yesterday’s chase! I hope you guys enjoy!

#2 Jason Weingart‎ (427 Likes)

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Thunderhead tonight over bluebonnets in Central Texas f/7.1  13 seconds  ISO 1250

#3 Brad Hannon (379 Likes)

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This little beauty produced a barrage of bolts as it spun west of Lubbock, Texas on June 12th 2015.

#4 Mike Oneill‎‎ (373 Likes)

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#5 Glen Boulier‎ (318 Likes)

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Hello everyone. Was recently told about the Page. Very nice…beautiful displays of what Mother Nature has to offer. A first kick-at-the-can — a coming twister, this storm cell becoming a tornado 20 mins later — touching down near the town of Strathmore, Alberta (2013) -Have a great afternoon/evening…

#6 Jeremy Enno‎ (287 Likes)

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Downtown Tulsa, OK. “Radar vs Supercell” looks very similar!

 

 

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#7 David Paal‎ (192 Likes)

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#8 Dave Butcher‎‎ (178 Likes)

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A little gem me and April got on 3/30/16 east of Foraker, Ok.. April too this

#9 Lucas Moura‎‎ (157 Likes)

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Yesterday. Over Cuiabá – MT. Brazil

#10 Tammy Smith‎‎ (151 Likes)

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This afternoon in Brownsburg, Indiana




 

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Adam McAdoo‎

Tulsa Ok

Georg Van Druenen‎

Today just a few minutes after sunset — at Kaiserschleuse.

Rebecca Ludstrom‎

Coffs Harbour NSW Australia last year

Kelly Marie Howell‎

After the storms moved through yesterday. Taken with my S6 Edge +. No filter. Rainbow was so vibrant on it’s own. This was taken at the end of my road through the car window

Cupotea Coast‎

In Paekakariki New Zealand we’ve been seeing some very sick stuff as our highly orographic climate breaks down. Some sights are incredible. This cloud is Cirrocumulus at very very low down levels as a wave cloud and it is “the actual” jet stream. We see a fair bit of this now and have had it strike 300 metre high hills here. Very scary stuff going on. We’ve also been bombed at ground level by Cirrostratus as a literal heat wave. (colours here natural, the jetstream picked up tons of smoke from a wildfire several hundreds of km’s away)

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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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