What a Night for Tornadoes

nightIf Monday wasn’t wild enough, things got crazy once again Tuesday evening in northeastern Nebraska. A tornado turned into a wedge and began spinning off multiple vorticies/tornadoes.

A storm fired up Tuesday afternoon, but a Tornado Warning wasn’t issued until approximately 8 p.m. A slow-moving supercell meandered for every hours, spawning photogenic wedge and stovepipe tornadoes. As afternoon turned to night, the funnels remained partially visible. Eventually, the storm began to weaken and become rain-wrapped.

Here’s a photo of the tornado early on in the storm’s life:

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Quincy is a meteorologist and storm chaser who travels around the country documenting and researching severe weather. He has on-air experience with stations such as WTNH-TV in New Haven, CT and WREX-TV in Rockford, IL. He was most recently a digital meteorologist for weather.com. After achieving his B.S. degree in Meteorology at Western Connecticut State University (WCSU) in 2009, he returned as a University Assistant to help produce weather broadcasts. He also gave guest lectures and worked on website design. He has over nine years of professional weather forecasting experience and his forecasts have been featured in newspapers and on radio stations in multiple states.

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