17 June 2014


these two tornados scissored all over nebraska yesterday.

the twooooooooooo sisters.
A storm in Nebraska produced an extremely rare pair of tornadoes this evening as it tracked through the northeastern part of the state. Multiple vortices are common in the strongest tornadoes (think Joplin), but two large, distinct tornadoes side-by-side like this is almost unprecedented. (via)
did you know that gawker has a weather-related subset called the vane? that is right up my tornado alley.

bonus link : read this awesome wikipedia about the 1965 palm sunday tornado outbreak, the last recorded #doubletornado #twistersisters

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