New video shows the moment a Tornado struck the Moors Resort and Marina on Kentucky Lake

Caught on surveillance camera! In the video, you will see boaters dock just feet away.

Kentucky Lake is a major navigable reservoir along the Tennessee River in Kentucky and Tennessee, just in case you didn’t know.

In the surveillance camera video below, watch the moment a Tornado struck the Moors Resort and Marina on Kentucky Lake.

As you can probably guess, the surveillance camera that captured the footage was owned and operated by Moors Resort and Marina.

A handful of photos of the damage caused by the Tornado can be found below.

Photo credit: Kentucky Lake – KentuckyLake.com
Photo credit: Kentucky Lake – KentuckyLake.com
Photo credit: Kentucky Lake – KentuckyLake.com
Photo credit: Kentucky Lake – KentuckyLake.com
Photo credit: Kentucky Lake – KentuckyLake.com

Find more photos here.

The recently-rated EF-1 Tornado struck the Marina this past Sunday, 23rd June. Find more of our articles that have struck the state of Kentucky here.

RELATED: Video shows Kentucky marina get hit by Tornado as boaters dock just feet away

Funnel cloud captured on camera in Richmond, Kentucky

We can’t quite tell if there is ground circulation, so we’re going with funnel. A funnel cloud has been captured on camera in Richmond, Kentucky – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Clark Freeman on the day funnel appeared – yesterday, 24th June. However, WBON TV posted the video on their official Facebook account.

Find more video of the funnel below.

Photo credit: TBC

Find more of our articles on Tornadoes, funnels etc that have struck the state of Kentucky here.

Captured on surveillance camera! Tornado sweeps house away

This Tornado was one of many that struck during the outbreak of the 17th November 2013. Find out more about the outbreak at the bottom of the article.

In the surveillance camera video below, watch the November 2013 Diamond, Illinois Tornado sweep a display house away.

The surveillance camera footage was captured by the surveillance cameras at TD Pete’s Diamond Shell on the day the Tornado struck.

With that being said, listed below are a few facts regarding the outbreak:

  • This outbreak had just over seventy Tornadoes across seven states including Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
  • Illinois and Indiana had fifty five of these Tornadoes.
  • There were twenty five Tornadoes in Illinois identified.
    • Fourteen being significant (EF-2 or stronger)
    • Three being EF-3 Tornadoes
    • Two being EF-4 Tornadoes
  • One supercell in Illinois dropped five Tornadoes, which were the ones to impact Perkin, Washington, Dana, Coal City, Manhattan and Frankfort – not forgetting Diamond.
  • The EF-4 Tornado which struck Washington, Illinois, had winds of one hundred and ninety miles per hour.
  • There were thirty Tornadoes in Indiana identified.
  • One hundred and one Tornado warnings were issued for Illinois on the day of the outbreak.

We will be producing an relive in video article for this particular outbreak in the near future.

New video of Thursday’s Paducah, Kentucky Tornado has emerged online

New video of Thursday’s Paducah, Kentucky Tornado has emerged online – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Paul Colli on Thursday – 14th March – at the Barkley Regional Airport.

However, the video was posted by discovertornadoes on their Instagram account.

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Video of yesterday’s Morganfield, Kentucky Tornado has emerged online

Video of yesterday’s Morganfield, Kentucky Tornado has emerged online – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Eli Greenwell yesterday – 14th March. However, the video was posted by Eyewitness News – WEHT WTVW – on their official YouTube account.

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Tornado captured on camera in Morganfield, Kentucky

A Tornado has been captured on camera northwest of Morganfield, Kentucky – see in the photos below.

Photo credit: @MeanMotionMedia
Photo credit: @MeanMotionMedia

The photos (screen grabs) were captured by Chris Conley posted three hours ago today. Conley posted the photos on his Twitter account.

Once video of this Tornado becomes available, we will post it.

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Video of Tornado passing the NWS Paducah, KY weather office

A video of today’s Tornado passing the NWS Paducah, Kentucky weather office has emerged online – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by one of the staff members and was posted around twenty minutes on the NWS Paducah official YouTube account.

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Large Tornado captured on camera in Lovelaceville, Kentucky

A large Tornado has been captured on camera in Lovelaceville, Kentucky – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Terry Rogers today and posted – minutes ago – by Live Storm Chasers on their Twitter account.

We will post more video/photos of this Tornado once it becomes available.

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Tornado captured on camera in Union County, Kentucky

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Union County, Kentucky – watch in the video below. 

The video was captured by Josh Dossett today. However, the video was posted by Beth Sweeney (14 News) on her Twitter account.

We will post more video/photos of this Tornado once it becomes available.

UPDATE: Up close video of the Union County Tornado – watch in the video below.

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New up close video of Paducah, Kentucky Tornado

Amazing! A new and up close video of the now damaging Paducah, Kentucky Tornado has emerged online – watch in the video below. 

The video was captured by John Davy today and posted – minutes ago – by Live Storm Chasers on their Twitter account. Too close for comfort!

We will post more video/photos of this Tornado once it becomes available.

UPDATE: Another view of the damaging Tornado – watch in the video below.

UPDATE #2: Tornado west of Paducah, Kentucky – watch in the video below.

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Tornado captured on camera in McCracken County, Kentucky

A Tornado has been captured on camera in McCracken County, Kentucky – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Michael Schulz today -14th March. The video was posted on Schulz’s Facebook account.

We will post more video/photos of this Tornado once it becomes available.

UPDATE: Tornado captured on camera at Information Age Park – Paducah, Kentucky

Photo credit: @ddwheat
Photo credit: @ddwheat
Photo credit: @ddwheat

UPDATE #2: Photo of funnel cloud taken at Paducah, Kentucky airport.

Photo credit: @jmilb10053

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