Photogenic Tornado captured on camera near Moorcroft, Wyoming

Will you just look at that white condensation funnel! A photogenic Tornado has been captured on camera near Moorcroft, Wyoming – watch in the videos below. 

Suffice to suggest Wyoming has the best Tornadoes. It has the perfect scenery for them!

The videos were captured by Amy Mobley Reynolds on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 16th July. Find more videos of the Tornado below. 

Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck the state of Wyoming here

Tornado captured on camera near Chugwater, Wyoming

The above feature photo was captured by Jordan Hall. Provided with permission. This nader wanted to celebrate Independence Day by roaming on the Plains!

A cone Tornado has been captured on camera near Chugwater, Wyoming – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Jordan Hall

The photo was captured by Jordan Hall on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 4th July. Find more videos and photos of the Tornado below.

Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck the state of Wyoming here.

RELATED: 2 Confirmed Tornadoes Touch Down in SE Wyoming [VIDEO]

Deadly Tornado captured on camera in Kaiyuan, Liaoning Province, China

The Tornado killed six people and injured one hundred and ninety five people.

A deadly and violent Tornado has been captured on camera in Kaiyuan, Liaoning Province, China – watch in the video below.

At this time, all we know is that the video was sold to Ruptly. Subsequently, the video broker posted the video on their official YouTube account.

Find more videos of the Tornado below.

More photos & videos coming soon! We’re just waiting for Facebook to sort itself out!

RELATED: Devastating tornado leaves hundreds injured in China 

A MUST READ! Storm chasing fatalities since the inception of chasing

Via a thread post on Stormtrack, Dan Robinson and Tim Vasquez have outlined storm chasing fatalities since the inception of storm chasing.

Graphic credit: Dan Robinson

The above bar graph graphic, produced by Robinson, illustrates all the storm chasing fatalities (which is fifteen) since the inception of storm chasing.

Robinson, with the help of Vasquez, wrote extensively about eight separate incidents which lead to the deaths of storm chasers’.

2nd April 1984: The first “in the field” chaser death, Christopher Phillips was a twenty-one year old OU meteorology student from New Jersey. Phillips died when he swerved to avoid a rabbit and his car rolled over into a ditch in Oklahoma.

11th July 2005: Norman, Oklahoma resident Jeff Wear was killed on Interstate 20 near Kilgore, Texas after he hydroplaned in heavy rain and struck a flatbed truck head-on. Wear was returning from a chase to intercept Hurricane Dennis.

6th June 2009:Fabian Guerra of Chicago was killed on Interstate 80 in Iowa when he swerved to avoid a deer, crossed the median and struck an oncoming tractor-trailer in the early morning hours of June 6th. Guerra was heading to Nebraska to meet up with two other chasers for a chase in the area later on that day.

4th February 2012: Andy Gabrielson was killed on Interstate 44 near Sapulpa, Oklahoma in a head-on collision with a drunk driver going the wrong way on the highway. Gabrielson was on his way home from a chase earlier on in Oklahoma.

31st May 2013: Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras and Carl Young were killed when the El Reno, Oklahoma Tornado overtook their vehicle. Richard Henderson, resident of Oklahoma, was killed by the Tornado when he went out near his home to observe the storm and take pictures. Something we didn’t know! A fifth fatality involving a likely chaser was uncovered by researchers studying the Tornado and its impacts.

12th July 2015: David and Mildred Frank were killed when a storm chaser ran a stop sign near the town and collided with their vehicle. We have to stipulate that the Franks were not chasers. The chaser survived with minor injuries and was later criminally charged, receiving a ninety-day suspended jail sentence and one year probation1.

28th March 2017: Corbin Jaeger, Kelley Williamson and Randall Yarnall died when the Yarnall/Williamson vehicle ran a stop sign near Spur, Texas and collided with Jaeger’s vehicle. This particular incident has been in the news recently, as Jaeger’s family has filed a civil lawsuit against The Weather Channel.

According to the thread post, Yarnall/Williamson were chasing and live streaming in “official capacity” for The Weather Channel at the time of the crash.

20th June 2019:Australian, world-renowned photography, Dale Sharpe died after being struck by a vehicle along Highway 2 near Harper, Kansas. You can read more about this accident here.

Thank you to Dan Robinson and Tim Vasquez for putting this together. We learnt a lot from it and we think others will as well. That’s why we’re writing about it! We recommend that you read the replies in the thread, it’s worth it.

FYA: There is another thread on Stormtrack which lists/memorialising all storm chasers who have passed on – read here. WE URGE YOU TO TAKE A LOOK AT IT!

1: A subsequent civil suit by the family yielded a one hundred thousand dollar judgement. Fatal accidents have happened at the same intersection before, and residents had submitted previous complaints. The chaser despite being in the vicinity of severe storms and posting about them to his Facebook page prior to the accident, states he was not “actively” chasing at the time of the accident.

Large Tornado captured on camera in southern Taiwan

RELATED: Video shows tornado strike S. Taiwan

This is a extremely rare event for the area. A large Tornado has been captured on camera in southern Taiwan – watch in the videos.

The video was captured by Canon Yen on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 1st July. Find more video of the Tornado below.

Looks like another region we’ll have to keep an eye on. Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck across the world here.

THIS NEWLY-RELEASED STORM CHASING GAME IS INSANELY FUN!

WE’RE SO HYPED ABOUT THIS! The Tornadoes in this game look incredible.

Developed by Little Cloud Games, Storm Chasers is an early-access1, action-simulation game where the goal is to capture the best shots of Tornadoes without dying…

…An in-depth overview, produced by the developers, about the game can be read below.

Be one of those intrepid storm chasers that tracks deadly tornadoes in this online multiplayer video game. Your goal is to shoot the best twisters pictures without dying because of powerful winds and flying debris. Feel the challenge of correctly forecasting and intercepting storms with the optimal vantage points before other players. Get into your car, travel through a big detailed map, activate pods and get as near as possible to snap the best photos. The features of the game can be found below:

GAME MODES
– Single player missions to learn the game basis.
– Online 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2 or 4 vs 4 modes to play against other storm chasers.
– Multiple game mechanics: Photography, Outbreak, Tornado Control… etc.

ENVIRONMENT
– Realistic tornadoes physics with strong winds and props destruction.
– Big detailed map inspired by Tornado Alley landscapes.
– Changing weather conditions and time of day.

GAMEPLAY
– Complexe photographic evaluation algorythm: distance, focus, visible debris… etc.
– Multiple cars equipped with weather radars to spot storm activity.
– Tornado PODS with a flat base to measure wind velocity and direction at ground level.

Other elements of the game include:

  • Image gallery to manage all of your photos and share on Steam.
  • Editable online FM radio station to listen inside your car.
  • You may see a flying cow, just saying!

You can find all the system requirements here. Watch a brief Storm Chasers gameplay video below.

1: As you can see in the opening paragraph, this is an early access game. Essentially meaning, it’s on the market, however the developers are still working on it. HOWEVER…

…Having played it for a little bit already, we can firmly say it’s a lot of fun. We cannot wait to see the final product.

With that being said, You can purchase the game for yourself here. You can read more of our blogs here.

Tornado captured on camera near Platte, South Dakota

Again, a picturesque nader in South Dakota. A Tornado has been captured on camera near Platte, South Dakota – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Angelina Johnson

The photo was captured by Angelina Johnson on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 30th June.

However, the photo was posted by Tyler Roney1 of KDLT News on his official Twitter account.

1: Roney is the chief meteorologist of the station. Find more photos + a video of the Tornado near Platte Creek, South Dakota.

Photo credit: Kaylee Lundquist

Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck the state of South Dakota here.

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