SEVERE WEATHER STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHEYENNE WY
204 PM MDT FRI JUN 4 2004
A TORNADO WARNING CONTINUES
UNTIL 215 PM MDT FOR SOUTHERN KIMBALL COUNTY...
|For the second day in a row theNebraska Panhandle gets hit with another
small rope tornado just miles from one the day before. On June 4th 2004 a tornado warning
is issued as doppler radar indicates a tornado along I-80.
This day a tornado was spotted
on the ground near Sidney Nebraska and on Friday just west of Kimball another small
tornado was on the ground in the Panhandle of Nebraska. Often storm patterns repeat
themselves making chasing easier. Click photo on left for free video.
|The chase began as we raced to get along side of the rope tornado as it
spins along the Nebraska Panahandle just to the south of I-80.
|| We filmed the entire
event from I-80. It doesn't get any easier than this. I have been by more tornadoes where
no roads are even available than chases where the tornado skips along the side of the
Here is what the storm looked like minutes after filming the tornado.
Still at this point, doppler radar continued to indicate a tornado so the tornado warning
on it continued. It looked like it would tornado again several times but finally it
began to loose power and after about 30 minutes the tornado warning expired and the storm
SPC Preliminary Storm Reports for June 4th 2004
Russian NTV Network chases tornadoes
with Tornado Tim May 2004.
Fort Morgan Colorado Tornado May 20th 2004
21 Lordstown Ohio
Click above for Agate Colorado Tornado in August. What an unbelievable year. We bagged our
first tornado April 30th and continued seeing them all spring and summer. This tornado was
filmed on August 9th. 4 Months of chasing tornadoes. It just doesn't get any
better than this. We also were on Denver Channel 4 news from this chase. Click on above
photo for all the details.
Hallam Nebraska tornado event
click below photos
Rosewell tornado April 8th 2004
Click on the above pictures to see all
the photos from that storm chase.
Red River Valley Tornado
April 30th 2004 Report
Tornadic Storms May
Making friends with other chasers is also one of the benefits of chasing. The group seems
to be growing every year as new chasers come on the scene to see the action.
You have a chance for seeing a
beautiful sunset on many chases
as seen in these photos.
Picture is of the backside of the first Harper County tornadic cell as it passed east
of my house. Copyright of Sparky - Eric Stites
Spotter SG106 for Sedgwick County. His website is at: firstname.lastname@example.org/
The "Yellow Mammatus" shot is raw, no filters or other special effects used. It
was hit with a setting sun through quite a bit of dust in the atmosphere. His
website is at: email@example.com/ Copyright of Sparky - Eric Stites
Spotter SG106 for Sedgwick County