19th June 2018 Prospect Valley, Colorado Tornado – relive the Tornado in video

The above feature photo was captured by William T. Reid. Provided with permission.

We’re going to get straight to the videos for this particular Tornado. However, we highly recommend Silver Lining Tour’s blog on the Tornado.

In the videos below, relive the photogenic Prospect Valley, Colorado Tornado that struck on the 19th June 2018.

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

Tornado captured on camera northeast of Arlington, Colorado

The Tornado in the photo was one of seven that touched down. Should video emerge of any of them, we will post them.

A tall grey nader churning up the fields of Colorado! A Tornado has been captured on camera northeast of Arlington, Colorado – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Jeff Piotrowski

The photo was captured by iconic storm chaser, Jeff Piotrowski on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 17th June.

Piotrowski posted an interesting tweet straight after this photo – find below.

Find more photos of the Tornado below.

Photo credit: Ursla Marie Martinez
Photo credit: Ursla Marie Martinez

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

Landspout captured on camera in Fort Morgan, Colorado

A Landspout has been captured on camera in Fort Morgan, Colorado – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Kory Poggenpohl on the day the Landspout struck – yesterday, 26th April.

However, the video was posted by Live Storms Media on their official YouTube account. Find more of our articles on Landspouts here and here.

Gustnado swirls across high school campus in Colorado

“I know this is a late post, I’m sorry, I’ve been in hospital” – Jamie Simms, website lead.

In the video below, watch a Gustnado swirl across the campus of Pueblo West High School, Pueblo West in Colorado.

Sam Pisciotta, a teacher and coach at the school captured the Gustnado on video when it struck around five days ago.

RELATED: Large ‘gustnado’ spotted in Colorado

In case you’re not sure what a Gustnado is! Here’s a brief description for you…

A Gustnado is a short-lived, ground-based rotating wind that can form on the leading edge of a severe thunderstorm.

Even though the name comes from the “gust of a Tornado”, not forgetting it almost looks like a Tornado. A Gustnado is not considered to be one.

A Gustnado develops in a completely different way than a normal/classic Tornado does. To find out more, click here.

Between Falcon and Peyton! Tornado captured on camera in Colorado

A Tornado has been captured on camera in Colorado – between Falcon and Peyton to be precise – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Jessica Upton today – 29th March. However, the video was posted by Brian Bledsoe1 on his official Twitter account.

1: In case you’re weondering, Bledsoe is the chief meteorologist/climatologist for 11 News in Colorado Springs.

UPDATE: Incredible up close video of the above Tornado – watch in the video below.

UPDATE #2: Photo of the above-mentioned Tornado can be found below.

UPDATE #3: New video has emerged of a Tornado near Peyton, Colorado, Watch in the video below.

UPDATE #4: New video has emerged of a Tornado near Falcon, Colorado, Watch in the video below.

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Funnel cloud captured on camera in Colorado

A (cold air) funnel cloud has been captured on camera in Colorado – east of Cortez to be precise – see in the photos below.

Photo credit: Brent McWhirter
Photo credit: Brent McWhirter

The photos were captured by Brent McWhirter today – Friday 22nd March.

However, the National Weather Service (Grand Junction, Colorado branch) posted the photos on their official Facebook account.