Weather Photos

March 27, 2004

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Supercell's updraft base approaches Elk City, OKModerate-size hail being ejected well-ahead of main core

Wall cloud rapidly develops (Video Capture)Area of rotaton broadens but still intense (Video Capture)

Meso produces well-defined funnel 1:39 p.m. (Video Capture)Clear slot noticeable as RFD works around meso (Video Capture)

Meso produces well-defined funnel 1:39 p.m. (Video Capture)Newly developed meso with tail cloud (Video Capture)

Rapidly updrafting scud associated with new mesoRFD cuts around as meso organizes southeast of Butler (Video Capture)

Butler tornado 2:56 p.m. (Video Capture)Zoom of translucent funnel (Video Capture)

Torndo begins dissipating (Video Capture)Tight shot of funnel as tornado dissipates 2:58 p.m. (Video Capture)

Approaching Custer City tornado through hook precip. 3:27 p.m. (Video Capture)Up close and personal as tornado dissipates 3:28 p.m. (Video Capture)

Second supercell of the day displays a wall cloud near Weatherford, OK (Video Capture)

Second supercell east of Weatherford, OK along I-40

Near Okarche, well-organized storm structure with wall cloud affected by RFD (Video Capture)Okarche tornado extends more than halfway to the ground 6:50 p.m. (Video Capture)

Tornado begins lifting as horizontal funnel develops (Video Capture)Tornado lifting with horizontal funnel more organized (Video Capture)

Both funnels just before dissipating 6:51 p.m. (Video Capture)Another meso wraps up with the last light of the day (Video Capture)


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