I've chased storms and reported on the weather in some form now for almost 40 years. My first severe weather coverage was in the summer of 1981 on an FM station in Pratt, KS.
I worked for KFDI News, including many hours in the Mobile Units during storm season, for six years. I went to KWCH12 as their storm chase coordinator for the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Then I went into business for myself and have been chasing actively since 2005.
2020 brings some new things to the site, but at the core I still am driven to connect my understanding of weather and safety to you, giving accurate and timely information the best ways I can with the tools available. I'm gratified to have you along for the ride!
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
And that is why I hate chasing after dark! I saw nothing.
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).