Large Tornado captured on camera in Washita County, Oklahoma

When more video emerges, we will post it. THAT’S FOR SURE!

UPDATE: Footage of the significant large night-time has just emerged online – via SVL Media – watch in the video below.

A large night-time Tornado has been captured on camera in Washita County, Oklahoma – in/around the area of Rocky to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Val Castor

The photo was captured by Val Castor when the Tornado struck – yesterday, late night…

…However, News on 9’s meteorologist Matt Mahler posted the shot on his official Twitter account. Find more relating photos/screen grabs below.

Photo credit: Chad Vandever – @ChadVandever
Screen grab capture credit: Stephen Jones – @Tornado_Steejo

Video of Tulia, Texas Tornado has started to emerge online

We can’t wait to see the high quality version! Video of the Tulia, Texas Tornado has started to emerge online – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by James Burch today. Burch posted the video on his official Twitter account around twenty minutes ago.

We will post more video when it becomes available.

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Large multivortex Tornado captured on camera in Swisher County, Texas

When video emerges of this Tornado, we will post it.

WOW! A large multivortex Tornado has been captured on camera in Swisher County, Texas – Kress/Tulia to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit:Mike Umscheid – @mikeumsc

The photo was captured by Mike Umscheid. Umscheid posted the photo on his official Twitter account. Find more photos of the above mentioned Tornado below.

Photo credit: Dick McGowan – @stormpics
Photo credit: OKWW – @OKWeatherWatch
Photo credit: Corey Godine – @coreygodine
Photo credit: Derek Smith
Photo credit: Brett Wright – @WxMstr

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Tornado captured on camera in Hansford County, Texas

UPDATE: Footage of this Tornado has now emerged online – watch in the videos below.

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Hansford County, Texas – eight miles south east of Spearman to be precise – see in the photos below

Photo credit: Matt Maynard – @MattMapMaker
Photo credit: Matt Maynard – @MattMapMaker

The photos were captured by Matt Maynard today. Maynard posted the photos on his official Twitter account minutes ago.

UPDATE: Another photo of the above Tornado has emerged online – see below. This shot was captured by Brandon Ivey.

Photo credit: Brandon Ivey

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Significant-looking Tornado captured on camera in Waller, Texas

Once video emerges of this Tornado, we will post it.

A significant-looking Tornado has been captured on camera in Waller, Texas – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: @JamesH_WX

The photo was captured by Twitter user, @JamesH_WX today. He (going of Twitter bio) posted the photo on his account around two hours ago.

As we said at the top of the article, once video emerges. We will post it.

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Tornado captured on camera in Eagle Lake, Texas

Should more photos/videos emerge of this Tornado, we will post them.

Nice little rope nader! A Tornado has been captured on camera in Eagle Lake, Texas – watch in the video below.

Video credit: @baldbear87 – Mike Norman

The video was captured by Mike Norman today. He posted the video on his official Twitter account around thirty minutes ago. Find a photo of the above-mentioned Tornado below.

Photo credit: @baldbear87 – taken two miles south of Eagle Lake, Texas c

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Wedge Tornado captured on camera in Blue, Oklahoma

Wow! Just wow! This night-time monster was illuminated by power flashes.

A wedge Tornado has been captured on camera in Blue, Oklahoma – Bryan County to be precise – watch in the video below.

Screen grab illustrating can be found below.

Screen capture credit: Alex Spahn

The video was captured by Alex Spahn on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday night, 30th April. Spahn posted the video on his official Twitter account.

Photos of damage caused by this Tornado can be found below. These shots were captured by Spahn as well.

Photo credit: Alex Spahn (@spahn711)
Photo credit: Alex Spahn (@spahn711)
Photo credit: Alex Spahn (@spahn711)
Photo credit: Alex Spahn (@spahn711)
Photo credit: Alex Spahn (@spahn711)
Photo credit: Alex Spahn (@spahn711)

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Tornado captured on camera in Clay County, Texas

The beautiful yet destructive side of nature! A Tornado has been captured on camera in Clay County, Texas – northwest of Petrolia to be precise – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Aspen Endriss today. Endriss posted video the video on her official Twitter account.

We’ve got a little extra! Find three photos of the above Tornado below…

Photo credit: Russ D. Contreras
Photo credit: Russ D. Contreras
Photo credit: Russ D. Contreras

…The shots were captured by Russ D. Contreras today. Contreras posted the photos on his official Facebook account.

UPDATE: Another video of the Tornado that touched down in Petrolia, Texas has emerged online – watch in the video below.

UPDATE #1: The Tornado that struck Petrolia wasn’t the only one that touched down in Clay County, Texas.

One touched down in Dean, Texas – relating photo/video (coming soon) can be found below.

Photo credit: Sam Emmerson ‏
Photo credit: Justin Hughes

Find video of the Dean, Texas Tornado below.

UPDATE #2: A Tornado also touched down in Byers, Texas. Relating photos/videos can be found below.

Photo credit:Brandon Sullivan
Photo credit: Sam Dienst ‏
Photo credit: Sam Dienst ‏

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Strong Tornado captured on camera in Wichita County, Texas

Once video becomes available, we will post it.

A strong Tornado has been captured on camera in Wichita County, Texas – north of Wichita Falls to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Blake Brown

The photo was captured by Blake Brown today. Brown posted the photo on his official Twitter account. We hope to see some video of this nader!

Find another photo of the above mentioned Tornado below.

Photo credit: Paige Burress

UPDATE: The below photos were captured by Russ D. Contreras. Contreras posted the photos on his official Facebook account.

Photo credit: Russ D. Contreras
Photo credit: Russ D. Contreras

Wedge Tornado captured on camera in Boone County, Arkansas

This is a serious and developing situation.

A wedge Tornado has been captured on camera in Boone County, Arkansas – the town of Bergman to be precise – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Jeff Kinley today. However, KATV meteorologist, Todd Yakoubian posted the video on his official Facebook account.

Find more video and photos of the above Tornado below.

Photo credit: Julie Morrison Barnes
Photo credit: Jim and Rhonda Harris.
Photo credit: TBC
Photo credit: TBC
Photo credit: Ben Pridmore
Photo credit: Renee Hunt

Cone Tornado captured on camera in Wagoner County, Oklahoma

Once video becomes available, we will post it.

UPDATE: An impressive video of this Tornado, however northwest of Wagoner, has emerged online – watch in the video below.

A cone Tornado has been captured on camera in Wagoner County, Oklahoma – near Wagoner to be precise – see in the photos below.

Photo credit: Westin Wood
Photo credit: Westin Wood

The photos were captured by Westin Wood today. Wood posted the photos minutes ago on his official Twitter account. Find more photos of this Tornado below.

Photo credit: Dakota Wood ‏
Photo credit: Dakota Wood ‏
Photo credit: Dakota Wood ‏
Photo credit: Dakota Wood ‏

UPDATE #2: A new video of this Tornado has emerged online. Watch in the footage below, you won’t regret it.

UPDATE #3: Find a video from The Weather Channel’s Charles Peek of the above Tornado below.

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Significant Tornado captured on camera in Nowata County, Oklahoma

Once video becomes available, we will post it.

A significant Tornado has been captured on camera in Nowata County, Oklahoma – near Lenapah to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Darin Brunin (@Tornaduhs)

The photo was captured by Darin Brunin today. Brunin posted the photo on his official Twitter account minutes ago – tagging the National Weather Service branch in Tulsa.

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Tornado captured on camera in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma

Once video becomes available, we will post it. Turning out to be a Tornadic day!

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma – noreth of Okmulgee to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Jeremy Boone

The photo was captured by News On 6 viewer Jeremy Boone today. However, News On 6 meteorologist posted the photo on his official Twitter account.

UPDATE: A video of the Tornado has now emerged online. Watch the brilliant footage below.

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Tornado captured on camera in Johnston County, Oklahoma

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Johnston County, Oklahoma – (near) Mill Creek to be precise – watch in the video below

Video credit: Brett Adair

Find three stills of the above video below.

Still capture credit: Brett Adair
Still capture credit: Brett Adair
Still capture credit: Brett Adair

The video was captured by Live Storms Media’s Brett Adair. Adair posted the video on his official Facebook account around half an hour ago.

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Tornado captured on camera in Murray County, Oklahoma

When videos becomes available, we will post it. This is a developing story.

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Murray County, Oklahoma (OK) – Sulphur, OK to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Christiaan Patterson

The photo was captured by Christiaan Patterson today south east of Sulphur, OK. Patterson posted the photo on her official Twitter account.

UPDATE: Find more photos of this Tornado below.

Photo credit: Paxton Biggs (@PaxPhotography)


Photo credit: Craig Maire Iii
Photo credit: Craig Maire Iii

UPDATE #2: Video of this Tornado has started to emerge online – watch some incredible footage below.

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Funnel cloud/possible Tornado captured on camera in Kansas

We’ll just have to wait to hear from the National Weather Service and see what they think. This is a developing story!

A funnel cloud/possible Tornado was captured on camera in Kansas – just outside Ness (County), Kansas to be precise – see in the screen capture below.

Screen capture credit: Chase One: Storm Chasing

Chase One: Storm Chasing posted the screen capture1 around thirty five minutes ago on their official Facebook account.

1: The screen grab was taken from the storm chasing team’s live stream – which you can watch in full below.

Find more of our articles on Kansas Tornadoes/funnel clouds here.

Tornado kills two in Ruston, Louisiana: “It’s bad, real bad!” mayor suggests

RELATED: Tornado touches down in Ruston, Louisiana: Damage reported

Two people have been killed in Ruston, Louisiana (LA) as a Tornado ripped through the town and Louisiana Tech University early this morning – Thursday 25th April.

It has been suggested by the Tornado came through Ruston around 2:30am.

Ruston, LA mayor Ronny Walker confirmed two people were killed, however he declined to identify them. “It’s bad, real bad! We took a direct hit.”

A significant amount of the damage happened along Tech Drive and Cypress Springs – subdivision (south of Interstate 20), however Walker said there was damage throughout the city.

LA Tech University president Les Guice said no serious injuries have been reported so far, however there is serious damage to the university’s baseball and softball fields. Not forgetting to mention there are trees down at Keeney and Hale halls.

The mayor continued by saying the city has suffered a tremendous amount of electrical grid issues. “We can’t even get into some areas yet,” Walker said. “We’ll know more when daylight” comes around.

According to the National Weather Service, warnings began being issued in St. Augustine, Texas at around 11:00pm and warnings continued until about 3:00am – this was when the storm system moved across east Texas and northeastern Louisiana.

STORY DEVELOPING STILL AT THIS TIME!

UPDATE: Find more photos of damage caused by this Tornado below.

UPDATE #2: A power pole has been completely uprooted after a Tornado swept through Ruston, Louisiana.

UPDATE #3: New photos of the damaged Louisiana Tech University’s softball stadium has emerged – see below.

UPDATE #4: Morning daylight shows the extent of the Tornado damage in Ruston, LA.

UPDATE #5: More video emerges…

Tornado touches down in Ruston, Louisiana: Damage reported

It’s turning out to be a busy night down south in the U.S. A Tornado has touched down in Ruston, Louisiana.

It is being reported that parts of Louisiana Tech University took a direct hit with dorm room windows blown out and damage at the baseball complex.

A photo of damage to a dorm room at the university has emerged online – see below.

Photo credit: Pris Berger

The photo was posted by Pris Berger on her official Facebook account – her son goes to the university.

It has to be said other portions of the city were struck by the Tornado.

UPDATE: Facebook user, Daniel Norred hosted a live Facebook video – around forty minutes ago – showing damage caused by the above mentioned Tornado.

UPDATE #2: Stories from residents have started to emerge on Facebook regarding this Tornado – read below.

UPDATE #3: Photos of damage have started to emerge on social media – see below.

UPDATE #4: Les Guice, president of Louisiana Tech University, has tweeted about the Tornado.

Violent Tornado touches down in San Augustine, TX: Damage reported

This is a developing story. Details to come as we get them.

It is being reported that a large, violent Tornado touched down in San Augustine, Texas, which is around forty miles (east north east) of Lufkin.

Unconfirmed reports suggest the Tornado went through the town at around 11:30pm – conflicting times at this time (GMT-5) – relating tweet can be found below.

The tweet above also suggests the Tornado has caused significant damage to the town. The tweet further suggests residents in and around San Augustine, Texas are trapped…

…However, we are trying to confirm that. Photos of damage has started to emerge online – find three below.

Photo credit: Shane Fenley
Photo credit: Shane Fenley
Photo credit: Shane Fenley

UPDATE: More photos of damage have started to emerge online – see below.

Photo credit: Mike McCary
Photo credit: Mike McCary

UPDATE #2: On Twitter, the Texas storm chasers posted a interesting and relating tweet about the Tornado – read in full below.

UPDATE #3: The below comment just appeared on Texas storm chasers Facebook page – we’re glad your family are safe Ashlee!

Screen capture: Texas storm chasers

UPDATE #4: KTRE’s Hunter Sowards just posted the below photos which were captured by Amber Hight.

Photo credit: Amber Hight.
Photo credit: Amber Hight.

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