Tornado captured on camera north of Kinsley, Kansas

Update: A close range video of the Tornado has now emerged online – watch below.

Original post: Ladies and gents! We’ve got a nader! A Tornado has been captured on camera north of Kinsley, Kansas – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Paul Botten

The photo was captured by Paul Botten today. Botten posted the photo on his Facebook account. Find more shots of the Tornado below.

Photo credit: Gee Moore
Photo credit: Tyler Schlitt Photography – taken just west of Garfield, Kansas and just north of Kinsley, Kansas.
Photo credit: Blake Brown – taken northwest of Kinsley Kansas.

Should video emerge of this Tornado, we will post it. Find more of our articles on Tornadoes that have struck in the state of Kansas here

Breathtaking video of last month’s powerful Tipton, Kansas cone Tornado has emerged

The above featured photo was captured by Pecos Hank. Permission granted to use thumbnails previously.

1: The video features extensively in Pecos Hank’s new vlog, WILD TORNADOES!!! Close Intercept by Scientific Research Team 5-28-19 Tipton Kansas.

Breathtaking video of last month’s powerful Tipton, Kansas cone Tornado has emerged online in the form of the above mentioned vlog1 – watch and enjoy below.

The video was captured by Pecos Hank on the day the Tornado struck – 28th May. Hank posted the video on his official YouTube account.

BELOW! Watch another relating Tornado vlog, produced by Skip Talbot.

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

Unbelievable video still! Tornado obliterates the outbuildings of a farm southwest of Tipton, Kansas

Full credit goes to Skip Talbot, who captured the moment. Once the actual video is released, we will definitely make sure to post it.

The incredible video still below shows a Tornado obliterating the outbuildings of a farm southwest of Tipton, Kansas.

Video still credit: Skip Talbot

It can be assumed the video still was captured by Skip Talbot during the editing process of the actual video. Find more video stills from the day below.

The Tipton, Kansas Tornado struck this past Tuesday, 28th May. Videos of the Tornado can be found below.

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

Two Silver Lining Tour group vehicles were rolled after being hit by rain-wrapped satellite Tornado in Kansas

Update #4: It has been reported that twelve people were injured in this accident – according to WIBW’s article.

“The Douglas Co. Sheriff’s Office told 13 NEWS deputies responded to the wreck in the 500 block of E550 Road. Twelve people on the buses were reportedly injured and taken to local hospitals for treatment.”

Update #3: Roger Hill’s (SLT CEO) wife, Caryn (SLT CEO) has released a statement in regards to the incident – read in full below.

” Thank you to EVERYONE that has reached out to Roger, our SLT Crew, our SLT Guests and to myself after Tuesday’s incident.

Our chaser community can be so very supportive of each other but it can also be full of UNNECESSARY and UNNEEDED drama.

I would wish what happened to us upon NO ONE else. But it sure is disappointing to read and hear of those that laughed at our situation or pointed fingers when they are clueless as to how we handled the situation at the time.

What we do does carry a certain level of risk but NOT AT ANY TIME do we INTENTIONALLY put ourselves, our guests or anyone else in the immediate chase area in danger.

For those that have toured with us, you will know how the “drill Sargent” comes out in Roger or how I let the F bomb fly when we both mean, “move it now!!!” We are VERY safety conscience and will remain to be that way.

Yes, our tours are and will continue for years to come. I’ve been bucked many horses before and the only thing to do is to get right back on.”

Update #2: Another photo has emerged of one the vehicles has emerged online via Tim Marshall – see below.

Photo credit: Tim Marshall

Update: Connor McCarty, who was involved the incident, has posted the following on his Facebook account.

Screen grab credit: Tornado Videos

Original Post: We’re just glad that everyone is safe <3 These things can’t predicted.

Two Silver Lining Tour (SLT) group vehicles were rolled after being hit by a rain-wrapped satellite Tornado in Kansas – Lawrence, Kansas to be precise.

ICYW: Silver Lining Tour is a storm chasing tour company. You can find out more here.

A statement which was released around thirty minutes ago on SLT’s official Facebook account can be read in full below:

“As many of you are aware, we had a very unfortunate incident happen last night. While chasing the Lawrence, KS tornadic supercell, we were hit with a rain wrapped satellite tornado 2 miles southeast of the parent circulation.

Two vans were rolled resulting in a few minor injuries. If you understand severe weather you will know these satellite tornadoes cannot be predicted. Keeping that in mind, we kept ourselves 2 miles southeast of the main circulation that hadn’t formed a tornado yet.

We could see the wall cloud off to our northwest and decided to drop back south to highway 59 where we were going to continue our chase east. One mile south of where we turned around is where we encountered the rain wrapped satellite.

Two of our vans were not affected. With any luck at all and if there had been any more space in between the vans, there wouldn’t be a need to write this today as the small tornado would have passed in between us.

Roger and Caryn GREATLY appreciate the outpouring of private messages and phone calls. We still do consider ourselves careful chasers as our safety record proves that. Let this serve to ALL chasers as a reminder that it CAN happen to you. STAY SAFE!!!”

The story was first brought to our attention by Rob Petitt, who posted the following on his Facebook account.

Should anymore information regarding this incident arise, we will post it.

Violent rain-wrapped Tornado captured on camera in Lawrence, Kansas

This is the Tornado that went onto cause significant damage in Linwood, Kansas.

A violent rain-wrapped Tornado has been captured on camera in Lawrence, Kansas – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Gerard Jebaily on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, May 28th.

However WFLA’s news anchor, Josh Benson posted the video on his official Facebook page. Find more videos of the Tornado below.

Even though the Tornado passed south of the city, it still caused extensive damage to property on the outskirts of Lawrence – photo gallery/video of damage can be found below.

RELATED: At least 12 injured, widespread damage reported after tornado hits Lawrence, Linwood

Violent rain-wrapped Tornado rips through Linwood, Kansas: Significant damage reported

The above featured photo is a screen grab taken whilst watching KMBC’s relating stream – the Tornado’s location in the photo above was north of Linwood.

A violent rain-wrapped Tornado ripped through Linwood, Kansas last night, leveling homes and other buildings.

Thankfully, no one was killed, however minor injuries are being reported.

Before 8:00pm last night, emergency crews headed straight to Linwood, Kansas in order to start operations, after reports of damaged structures.

RELATED: Massive tornado rips through Linwood, Kansas, destroying homes and keeping KC on edge

At least a dozen houses were damaged or destroyed, some wiped from their foundations whilst other were ripped apart by the winds of this destructive Tornado

photos of damage caused by the Tornado can be found in the gallery below.

Video of damage caused by the Tornado can be found below.

On the subject of the Tornado. Whilst you could not see the condensation funnel (term for the funnel), you could see debris being lofted into the air – watch in the video below.

The above video was captured by KAKE TV’s chopper – it’s quite a powerful, gut-wrenching watch. Find more video and photos of the Tornado below.

Photo credit: James Spann via KMBC

25th May 2016 Chapman, Kansas Tornado – relive the Tornado in video

The above featured photo is a screen grab taken whilst watching Adam Lucio’s video of the Tornado. Provided with permission.

This EF-4 Tornado was one of four Tornadoes that struck during the day of this long-track Tornado. You can find out more about this Tornado and the other three here

This was a monster! In the videos below, relive the EF-4 Chapman, Kansas Tornado that struck on the 25th May 2016 – three years ago today.

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

Tornado captured on camera in Effingham, Kansas

The above feature photo was captured by Michael Mount.

This is what we call a Plains-standard Twister! A Tornado has been captured on camera in Effingham, Kansas – watch in the videos below.

The videos was captured by Michael Mount on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 21st May.

However, the first video was posted by ABC News via Storyful on their official Facebook account. Find more videos and photos of the above mentioned Tornado below.

Photo credit: Megan Housh
Photo credit: Michael Mount
Photo credit: Brennen Bosch

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Photogenic Tornado captured on camera north of Rossville, Kansas

Breathtaking video captured by an extremely talented chaser! A photogenic Tornado has been captured on camera north of Rossville, Kansas – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Darin Brunin on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 21st May. However, KSNT’s Christina Reis posted the video on her official Facebook account.

Find more video of above mentioned Tornado below.

Letting the kids run outside isn’t a great idea!

Terrifying up close video of yesterday’s Minneola, Kansas Tornado

The feature photo was captured by Derek Smith on the day the Tornado struck – provided with permission.

Dangerous Tornado intercept and impact! Watch a terrifying up close video of yesterday’s Minneola, Kansas Tornado in the video below.

The video was captured by Connor McCrorey/Eric Duncan on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 17th May.

However, the video was posted on Severe Studios’ official YouTube Account.

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This photo is just incredible! The evolution of a Tornado…

…Awesome photomontage of eight photos shot in sequence as a Tornado formed and touched down north of Minneola, Kansas on the 24th May 2016.

Photo credit: Jason Weingart.

The photos were captured by Jason Weingart. Safe to suggest Weingart also produced the photomontage.

Find more of our articles on Tornadoes – including funnel clouds – that have touched down in Kansas here.

Night-time stovepipe Tornado captured on camera in Belpre, Kansas

The lightning in the video illuminates the Tornado.

This would be a frightening situation if near a populated area! A night-time stovepipe Tornado has been captured on camera in Belpre, Kansas – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by David Baxter III on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 6th May. However, the video was then sold to SVLMedia.

The video broker posted the video on their official YouTube account. Photos of the Tornado from different angles emerged online – see in the photos below.

Photo credit: David Baxter III
Photo credit: Aaron Rigsby – Ohio Storm Chasers
Photo credit: Travels & Chases – @TRAVELSnCHASES

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Magnificent shot! Night-time Tornado captured on camera in Lewis, Kansas

We’re hoping for video! A night-time Tornado has been captured on camera in Lewis, Kansas – north of the city to be precise – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Tony Laubach

The above photo’s caption deserves to be shared: “Great photo I shot of the Lewis, KS tornado in the lightning. I went handheld at this point once I identified there was actually a tornado in there.”

The photo was captured by Tony Laubach on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 6th May. Laubach posted the shot on his official Twitter account.

Find another photo of the same Tornado by Laubach below.

Photo credit: Tony Laubach

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Tornado captured on camera north of Meade, Kansas

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

We love the condensation funnel on this nader! A Tornado has been captured on camera north of Meade, Kansas – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Bryce Kintigh

The photo was captured by Bryce Kintigh on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 5th May. Kintigh posted the photo on his official Twitter account.

Find more shots of this Tornado below – the photos were captured by Alvin Casper and Tiff West.

Photo credit: Alvin Casper and Tiff West
Photo credit: Alvin Casper and Tiff West

Find another photo of the above mentioned Tornado.

Photo credit: Forever Chasing

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Short-lived Tornado captured on camera near Howell, Kansas

No damage has been reported! A short-lived Tornado has been captured on camera near Howell, Kansas – watch in the video below.

The video was captured by Jola Rickie Miller on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 5th May. However, KSN’s Tiffany Lane posted the video on her official Facebook account.

Find two photos of the above mentioned Tornado below – these shots were captured by Kylene Scott.

Photo credit: Kylene Scott’s sister
Photo credit: Kylene Scott’s sister

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Tornado captured on camera south of Alden, Kansas

When video emerges online, we will post it.

A Tornado has been captured on camera south of Alden, Kansas – Rice County – see in the photo below.

Photo credit: Koby Tremblay – @kody_tremblay

The photo was captured by Koby Tremblay on the day the Tornado struck – yesterday, 5th May.

Tremblay posted the photo on his official Twitter account. Find another shot of the Tornado below with contrast-enhancement – screen grab.

Screen grab credit:Tony Laubach – @laubacht

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