Large Tornado captured on camera near Dora, New Mexico

Some spectacular photos of this Tornado will feature in this article. The above featured photo is a screen grab taken whilst watching Curtis McDonald’s video of the Tornado.

It’s fatty time, this nader was fat! A large Tornado has been captured on camera near Dora, New Mexico – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Curtis McDonald on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, May 26th. McDonald posted the video on his official YouTube account.

Find more video and photos of the Tornado below.

Photo credit: Will Leverett
Photo credit: Bill Bellis Fox 32 Chicago via @312Will
Photo credit: Kyle Russell Allen – FAVOURITE SHOT OF THE YEAR!
Photo credit: Donald Giuliano

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

Yesterday’s damaging Dexter, New Mexico Tornado captured on camera

Yesterday’s damaging Dexter, New Mexico Tornado has been captured on camera – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by the father of Twitter user melissaarreola4. However, she posted the video on her Twitter account…

…Video of the damage caused by this Tornado can be seen below.

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Tornado captured on camera in Loving, New Mexico

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Loving, New Mexico – see in the video below.

The video was captured by Yadira Lujan today. However, the video was posted on Joseph Neubauer’s Twitter account.

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

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Significant Tornado captured on camera near Hagerman, New Mexico

A significant Tornado has been captured on camera near Hagerman, New Mexico – see in the videos below.

As you can see above, three people took three separate videos today. However, the videos were posted on Live Storm Chasers’ Twitter account.

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

UPDATE: Significant video of the significant Tornado in Hagerman, New Mexico – watch in video below.

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Tornado captured on camera near Malaga, New Mexico

A Tornado has been captured on camera near Malaga, New Mexico – see in the videos below.

The videos were captured by Russ D. Contreras today. However, the videos were posted on Live Storms Chasers’ Twitter account.

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

UPDATE: “Another tornado was captured on camera at a drilling rig south of Malaga, New Mexico.”

UPDATE #2: Up close video of Tornado near Malaga, New Mexico – watch video below.

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Truly uncommon! Snownado captured on camera in New Mexico

Essentially, this is a very rare sight!

You’re surely seen video of Tornadoes, Waterspouts, Landspouts and maybe even Firenadoes. However, have you ever seen a Snownado?1

1: Also commonly known as a snow devil.

This uncommon weather phenomenon has been captured on camera in Tinian, New Mexico on the 17th February 2019 – watch in the video below.

Tinian, New Mexico Snownado
Photo credit: Lydell Rafael
Photo credit: fox.rabbit.run

“For snow devils to occur, the necessary conditions include a colder air mass passing over a relatively warmer surface heated by sunlight, and a low-level wind shear (change of wind speed or direction with height) or colliding air currents to get the rising air to spin.

A warmer surface causes the snow or ice to form fog or steam, and if there is a column of colder, low-pressure air above this fog, it will begin to rise, and the wind shear or currents will cause it to rotate and begin to pick up loose snow forming the recognizable funnel shape.

Snownado: A Rare Winter Weather Phenomenon, Joanne Kennell, The Science Explorer – http://thescienceexplorer.com/nature/snownado-rare-winter-weather-phenomenon

Find out more about the mesmerising Snownado here.

We’re convinced that it is a Snownado, however it could be a Snowspout! Let us know what you think it is in the comments below.