Clark County, KS 04/23/14

A lone LP Supercell over a Kansas field. Our best videos & photos from Clark County, KS last night. The last one is simply stunning -- and the photo doesn't do the storm justice!

You really should click the photos to see them full-size…

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Beautiful slowly rotating mesocyclone. We watched this for over half an hour.

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4x speedup so the rotation of the mesocycle can be easily seen. Be sure to click the settings gear and go full-screen, so you can see it in HD!

360 view as the LP cell passed closer to us.
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Absolutely stunning superimposition of the grey low level clouds and the bright white tower illuminated in the setting sun.

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Video of the cell shown above.

I saved the best for last -- the rear flank of this LP supercell was just stunning!
I saved the best for last — the rear flank of this LP supercell was just stunning!

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Our best chance of rain the rest of the work week comes today, with sunshine returning Thursday. Off and on storms possible this weekend.

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