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Monday, May 10, 2010
After a brief touchdown in the trees south of hw11 the tornado really gathers itself together right in front of me. Time is 20:41z or 3:41 CDT
Four dancing vortices form and snake around each other as the rip trees out of the ground and throw them into the powerlines. Roof sections of at least one house were hit.
The writhing serpentine tornado is on all sides of me now with incredible inflow winds. Large 12 foot diameter watering tanks are being lifted out of the fields on the right of me and rolling across the fields to the left!
Another 'finger' pops down out in front of me in the field, tears up the dirt and then disappears! The storm moves quickly northeast at 40 - 50 mph and becomes a large rain wrapped wedge as it heads towards Wakita, OK.
This puts me on the board for 2010 in a big way!
2010 Tornadoes: 6
Lifetime Tornadoes: 126
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