Just for Fun: What Would You Report?

Reporting accurately at night can be quite difficult. Check out this video and tell me what you would report if you were watching this storm.

I shot this video Friday night, 4/15/2016 on US 56 northeast of Elkhart, KS. Let it play out at normal speed….no cheating by doing screen grabs…and comment below what you would report.

I’ll post my actual report from the chat log on Tuesday morning.

FWIW, this is on a tornado-warned storm.

Related articles

Severe Weather Awareness: The Rain came Down, the Water Came Up

Flash flooding is consistently one of the top storm-related killers each year. In 2016, floods closed many roads in Sedgwick, Sumner, Cowley and Butler counties following a couple of very heavy thunderstorm complexes in the late summer, and one person died. Simple action can save your life the next time you encounter high water.


  1. I believe I saw a wedge tornado in middle if screen at begining of video. Then it was moving toward left side of screen. But toward end of video I no longer seen it. Of course. With out computer information to verify tornado. It could have just been scary looking cloud. As u stated very hard to see at night. Depending on lighting to illuminate what ur looking for

  2. Lower of clouds at that position. Possible rotation on the ground but unconfirmed. And I would be changing my position based on the winds and radar (if available).

Comments are closed.