Amazing funnel near Sedan in SE Kansas yesterday (May 19). Clyve Herbert from Australian Sky & Weather explains: A horizontal large rotating funnel developed on the forward flank outflow boundary of a supercell that had produced a tornado near Pawhuska, OK (Oklahoma). The horizontal funnel was attached to a strong convective tower where the forward flank outflow on the northwest quadrant was digging into the surface northerly. The forward flank outflow here was from the southeast... the horizontal vorticity lasted about 3 minutes before it broke up.
Sunset lightning from a low precipitation (LP) supercell last night SW of Sidney, Nebraska.
Pretty much the most insane sunset I’ve ever seen! SW of Sidney, Nebraska.
Chasing severe storms in the US. This is near Hamilton, NE of Wichita, Kansas.