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Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Tue, 06/03/2014 - 21:17
Storms that developed across southwest Nebraska later in the evening became prolific hail producers. One storm crossed Nebraska State Rt. 2 a few miles southeast of Broken Bow dumping mostly 1-1.5\" hail, but maxed out at 2.25\" with one of the largest stones found in a hole in the ground just off the highway.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Tue, 06/03/2014 - 20:24
A large outbreak of severe weather tore across Nebraska on Tuesday with several tornadoes reported, and many reports of high winds, hail, and damage. One storm erupted over western Nebraska and moved into Loup County where an unconfirmed tornado was reported by emergency management near Taylor where this video was shot.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Tue, 06/03/2014 - 20:22
Clip of driving in tornado in Burwell Nebraska
Just past half way into clip you can see the condensation funnel building around my car on the road, I was dead center in the tornado as it was increasing power. For the most part this is unedited video except for one cut.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sun, 06/01/2014 - 23:53
Footage of utility lines downed by high winds from a powerful microburst associated with a severe thunderstorm producing heavy hail and rainfall south of Dodge City, KS. Also, footage of severe erosion from flash flooding south of Dodge City, KS from these thunderstorms. Also, footage of hail, high winds, lightning, and horses trying to escape the coming severe thunderstorm.
Submitted by StormChasingVideo on Sun, 06/01/2014 - 23:52
A severe thunderstorm on the tail end of a squall line in Kansas produced large hail and over 70mph winds in southwest Kansas. Numerous power poles were reported down and some communities were left in the dark Sunday night due to the power outages.
1) Storm base shot.
2,3) Driving towards a severe thunderstorm with blowing dust ahead.