Michael and I were on the Laverne/Buffalo, OK storm from initiation. Followed it northeast where it almost tornadoed in the pic above.
As we followed it north to almost Buffalo we came around the corner and had tumbleweeds lofting into the air only 50-100 feet in front of us in a vigorous swirl. We counted this 30 second event as the only tornado of the day for us.
The storms to the north became weak due to anvil shielding from the southern storms so we blasted all the way down south and enjoyed the meso west of Lipscomb along with everyone else. Not a bad chase but kind of dissapointing for a PDS watch.
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