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A video summary of our storm chase through the El Reno area on May 31, 2013 featuring the 2.6 mile wide El Reno, OK EF5 tornado (later downgraded to EF3 after this video was published), and a smaller anticyclonic tornado. In memory of Carl Young, Paul and Tim Samaras. Music is courtesy Kevin MacLeod of 🤍incompetech.com
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Among those in storm observing community, the May 31, 2013 El Reno tornado will long be remembered as one of the most dangerous storms we've dealt with. Tragically, eight people died in this tornado, including four storm chasers. This video is an effort to make sure that we don't see a repeat of this tragic situation. It's intended for storm spotters/chasers who have some storm observation experience, but the information is important for anyone. National Weather Service Norman, Oklahoma weather.gov/norman
In part 2 of the season finale, Reed Timmer's Dominator team pursues the May 31, 2013 El Reno tornado as it grows into the widest tornado in history. After the hood of Dominator 2 gets ripped off, Reed helps The Weather Channel's Mike Bettes whose vehicle was crushed by the tornado. Reed later reflects on the tragedy of losing Twistex's Tim Samaras, Paul Samaras and Carl Young. Features the El Reno, OK tornado of May 31, 2013. Season Two, Episode Twelve of the award-winning series Tornado Chasers, Remastered in 4K Ultra High Definition video.
At 2.6 Miles wide, this is the largest Tornado ever recorded. Touchdown was near El Reno Oklahoma on 5-31-13. This tornado was very deceptive to many due to its appearance and size. The bulk of what you are seeing at 2:50 is a large wedge tornado. When the base lifts and flattens at around 3:05 it gave the "tornado" a mesocyclone appearance and when it started dropping large sub-vorticies many chasers lost sight of the big picture. At around 6:02, the tornado is taking up almost the entire frame, however the huge sub-vorticies to the lower right appear to be the only point of ground rotation. What many thought were several tornadoes was in fact just 1. At time code 6:30, this is a separate, smaller anticyclonic tornado. DECEIVING IN APPEARANCE: This 2.6 mile wide tornado received an EF3 rating... There is an intermediate circulation between a mesocyclone and a tornado called a "tornado cyclone." Often the lines between these features are blurry. When this tornado first touched down it took on a classic wedge shape, but then the bottom truncated or flattened out and the wedge transitioned to a tornado cyclone. Under the tornado cyclone if you look closer you'll see a brief smaller tornado or two touch down.. these are suction vortices. Underneath this flat truncated tornado cyclone, almost invisible winds are causing damage on a the scale of a weak tornado. Therefore, the entire area underneath the tornado cyclone is by definition a tornado. The majority of this tornado was only causing EF1 damage, however the highly powerful suction vortices packed winds well over that required to cause EF5 damage... except these most powerful winds never hit any structures to cause the damage or indicators to warrant giving this tornado an EF5. The thing to realize is that tornadoes by definition are not always condensed with clearly visible borders. When I was retreating the circulating winds were blowing the lighter back of my car out from under me. Other storm chasers got rolled, others took direct hits. CORRECTION: The SPC does not give Tornado warnings. To License contact hankschyma🤍yahoo.com EXPLANATION.... We are all aware of the risks chasing tornadoes. The surprising thing to us was that none of us had been killed yet, and even more surprising was that when it finally happened it happened to Tim Samaras, his son Paul and Carl Young. Earlier that day the Storm Prediction Center gave the public a "Loaded Gun" warning for Oklahoma City and surrounding area. Unfortunately this also tells everyone in OKC where there's an excellent chance of seeing a destructive tornado. The streets and back roads were packed with cars and trucks, half evacuating, half racing in. People were hollering, cursing, crashing into each other, panicking, and blocking passage. Horns, sirens, thunder and the gushing sound of a tornado barreling down. At first the storm was moving relatively slow in an Easterly direction. 2 or 3 miles to the South was the Canadian River where most of the backroads / escape routes ended. Straight ahead were several easterly roads heading to OKC. When the tornado materialized i was driving next to it with several other chasers about 25 mph as it inched closer and closer. When it was close enough i hit the gas planning to outrun it. The tornado's radius was growing, accelerating and getting closer.... I could only go so fast due to the traffic in front of me and the tornado was gaining ground. I slammed on the breaks flipped the car around, blasted west and had to drive closer to an EF-5 than i ever want to again... looking at my maps i could see the chasers might be outrun. Then the tornado made a hard left turn to the Northeast and grew to 2.6 miles wide in diameter. If i had to speculate I'd say something random happened to Tim. Somebody ran him off the road or crashed into his vehicle... or some kind of vehicle failure... Tire blow out or windshield gave way... He knew tornadoes tendency to deviate. We may never know, but i'm convinced something else went wrong. Regardless, They died doing what they loved doing and if it happens to me... if i start choking on a peanut while running from a tornado know this... it was worth every second. I love chasing tornadoes and i love cracker jack. My condolences to Tim, Paul and Carl's family and all the other victims of this day. I was looking forward to Tim's lightning research. -h MUSIC: Clips from a few Southern Backtones songs were used namely... "Monster show" "Lanugo" "Little Ghost" And a clip from Two Star Symphony "Something She Said" 🤍 🤍
On the 31st May, 2013, a series of weather elements aligned to create a record breaking & historic tornado. This video documents the events of two storm spotters & chasers - Daniel Shaw & Greg Ansel and the terrifying experiences that unfolded that day. Filmed by Daniel Shaw for 🤍severestorms.com.au Additional Footage Courtesy of: Greg Ansel
This video has the purpose of displaying several views of the tornado at the same time for a more clear, scientific analysis. This video uses various storm chaser and storm chaser groups video and I do not claim their video in any means. All the links of the videos used are displayed between 0:15 and 1:00. Please watch the original videos to give support to these storm chasers, enthusiasts and scientists. They deserve the attention and praise for their video directly, not here. Also make sure to check out the Tornado Environment Display (TED), which provided many videos you see here: 🤍 Tornado Timeline: 6:00pm CDT : Wall Cloud appears from storm base. 6:00pm - 6:03pm : Several small spin-ups occur beneath the wall cloud/mesocyclone. 6:03pm : Tornado touches down 6:03pm - 6:06pm : The tornado maintains a multi-vortex structure travelling SSE at around 20mph 6:06pm - 6:07pm : The tornado takes the form of a "bowl-shaped" tornado. 6:07pm - 6:09pm : The tornado regains a multi-vortex form. 6:09pm - 6:11pm : The tornado becomes a stout cone/wedge. 6:11pm : The tornado becomes partially rain-wrapped. 6:13pm : The tornado becomes a pronounced wedge and is becoming much more shrouded in rain. 6:14pm - 6:16pm : The main wedge circulation is surrounded by several large satellite tornadoes inferring the transition to a MVMC (Multi-vortex mesocyclone) with tornadic winds. 6:15pm - 6:16pm : The tornado becomes very heavily shrouded in rain and appears to melt away (most likely due to transition into MVMC). 6:17pm - 6:18pm : Rain clears away noticeably to reveal the tornado has returned to a multi-vortex like structure while the tornadic windfield grows to mammoth proportions. 6:18pm - 6:19pm : Rain briefly shrouds the tornado again. 6:19pm : Rain clears somewhat to reveal stout cone/multi-vortex stovepipe as it crosses US-81. 6:20pm : The tornado become completely wrapped in rain, though the tornadic windfield is the visible rain curtains. 6:21pm - 6:22pm : Rain clears out North of the tornado providing a few viewers a view of the tall cone/stovepipe tornado. Meanwhile viewers South of the tornado can see a ground scraping mesocyclone (the MVMC) very slightly behind the heavy rain. 6:22pm - 6:23pm : The tall cone/stovepipe tornado appears to very quickly grow into an extremely large wedge (with small sub-vortices inside it) is viewed from the North while Southern viewers can now see the large ground scraping MVMC but are unable to view the wedge itself as rain inside the MVMC obscures their view. 6:23pm - 6:26pm : The wedge starts to break down into smaller vortexes (even though these are the same size as regular tornadoes or even larger) and begin to orbit around each other under the MVMC. The rain inside the MVMC clears out giving viewers from the South a view of the tornado. 6:26pm - 6:30pm : The main tornado melts away into more rain that is collecting in the MVMC and good views of the tornado vanish from all angles. Only the MVMC is visible now. 6:30pm - Onwards : The rain-wrapped MVMC slowly weakens and shrinks until it dies on I-40 at 6:40pm. This timeline is my personal interpretation of the life of this tornado and shouldn't be taken as fact. This is just how I believe the tornado progressed based on what can be observed by watching the video.
The El Reno, Oklahoma F5 Tornado SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 On an average friday night in May of 2013, a storm formed over Central Oklahoma that would forever change the world of meteorology. With a width of 2.6 miles, and wind speeds in excess of 300 miles per hour, this tornado quickly became one for the record books. This is the story of the El Reno Tornado, the largest and possibly most powerful in all of recorded history. ► Music Licensed From SoundStripe/Envato Elements For any and all copyright matters, please email me directly at UnderworldCopyright🤍gmail.com Unless otherwise created by Most Dangerous, licenses have been obtained for images/footage in the video from the following sources; 🤍 Subscribe to Most Dangerous to never miss an upload!
This video has been updated to include the rating change and refined track of the El Reno tornado, as well as the complete chase route of Tim Samaras and crew. Please see the updated version at: 🤍 This is a series of animations and video analyzing the May 31, 2013 El Reno, Oklahoma EF5 tornado and storm chaser movements around it. In addition to mobile radar measurements that suggest this was the widest tornado on record, also notable of this event is that several groups of storm chasers were impacted by the tornado resulting in damage to vehicles, injuries, and deaths. Using a series of radar animations, synchronized video of the storm, and plots of the tornado and chaser positions, this video is an attempt to understand what happened during this event and what went wrong. Focus is centered on the GPS positions of four groups of chasers that were impacted by the tornado including Brandon Sullivan and Brett Wright, Mike Bettes and his crew from The Weather Channel, Tim and Paul Samaras and Carl Young, and Dan Robinson. The video ends with storm and tornado footage synchronized to the radar and vehicle GPS position.
Read this frequently asked questions (FAQ) on the El Reno encounter: 🤍 (Read descripton and transcript below) This is video from my front-facing and later rear-facing dash camera while escaping the core of, and hit by the outer circulation of, the EF5 El Reno, Oklahoma tornado in my Toyota Yaris on Reuter Road between 6:16PM and 6:30PM CDT on May 31, 2013. CDT time shown on-screen is based on GPS time, synced with US official time and accurate to the second. Road intersections are shown as the vehicle encounters them. I am attempting to narrate what is happening for the main video camera. My voice transcription is as follows: 6:17:29 "I want to find an east road here, I'm getting a little to close. I need to start looking for the east (road) option". The tornado was moving east at this point. I didn't want to go farther south and risk not being able to reach the next east road option to the south after Reuter Road. 6:17:45 "Power flashes". The tornado is damaging the power lines up ahead and causing arcing. The streetlight goes out. 6:18:18 "New wall cloud". Another area of circulation was organizing to the north. 6:18:28 "The wedge is rain wrapped". Referring to the main wedge tornado about a mile to the south. 6:18:57 "I don't like getting in front of tornadoes I can't see, especially huge wedges". Referring to why I don't want to go farther south than Reuter Road. 6:19:56 "What is that? I don't like the looks of that." I am surprised to see what looks like the tornado to the south rapidly approaching the road. I had expected it to be well south of me and to the west. 6:20:18 "It looks like the tornado." I now realize what is happening. 6:21:03 "It's just off to the side of the road". Referring to the tornado, which I can see is now right on me. 6:21:53 "Come on, car!" The car is not maintaining speed in the strong headwinds, due to the traction control reducing power to the wheels as they slip on the gravel. 6:22:13 "The car won't go!" 6:23:12 "I've got to get out of whatever this is" I'm still in disbelief the tornado reached Reuter Road that fast. I'm wondering if it may be a second tornado that developed to the north of the wedge. 6:23:24 "The car just isn't going" 6:23:33 "Come on! Traction control OFF!" The entire time, I have been repeatedly hitting the traction control's manual override button to turn it off, but it is not working. 6:24:03 I step out of the car and get my first look back at what I had just escaped. 6:24:22 "I just drove through that" 6:24:44 "There's debris" There are small pieces of debris falling around me. 6:24:50 "Where is it? I can't see it" From the driver's side looking north and northwest, I can't yet make out the north edge of the tornado. I was looking back to see if it was safe to stop again. See a more detailed account of this event here: 🤍 Copyright Dan Robinson. Please visit 🤍 or call 618-920-0811 for licensing inquiries.
« Rendez-Vous in Tornado Alley », c'est une série de reportages racontant l'histoire de jeunes français amoureux de la nature et des conditions un peu décoiffantes, qui vont parcourir plus de 20 000 kilomètres dans une douzaine d'Etats américains, à la recherche de la lumière idéale, de l'orage ultime, de la tornade parfaite. Armés de leurs appareils photos, ces chasseurs de temps méchant n'ont qu'une seule idée en tête : ramener les plus belles images de phénomènes extrêmes qu'on observe nulle part ailleurs. Série tournée en Mai et Juin 2013, filmée exclusivement avec des DSLR Canon (5D Mark III et 7D) ainsi que caméras GoPro. Réalisation / Montage / Post-production : Christophe Asselin Images de Christophe Asselin, Vincent Deligny, Julien Batard, Tony Le Bastard. Thème original : Jimi Quéré / Révolution 2.0 Bonus et autres joyeusetés sur la page Facebook : 🤍 Ou bien sur le site officiel : 🤍 Pas de diffusion TV sans accord !
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Never before seen complete and un-cut footage of the 5/31/2013 El Reno, OK 2.6 mile wide wedge tornado! Scott Peake and Kevin Rolfs chase of this horrifying tornado, resulted in them at one point being the chased. Evolution of this monster tornado caught many veteran storm chasers by surprise. Check out the NWS's video documenting what went wrong for storm chasers on this historic and deadly day: 🤍 Subscribe for new videos & follow us on Facebook & Twitter! FB: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #elreno #wedge #tornado
Howdy Everyone, Endless thank you's to everyone who has been so patient for this video. Severe weather season has been keeping me busy, and my promise to all of you is that I will never put out a video that I'm not 110% proud of even if that means it takes me a little longer. This video was filmed over a month ago, before the tragic passing of three OU meteorology students Gavin, Nic, and Drake. I had intended to talk about storm chasers more in depth in this video, but in light of this situation I found it more appropriate to wait. If you feel inclined, here is a link to a GoFundMe that supports the families of the students lost as they enter a new and challenging period of their life without a loved one: 🤍 THANK YOU TO the chasers who let us use their footage today: David Demko and Heidi Farrar: WeatherBeat.net , 🤍 Skip Talbot: 🤍 Mikey Gribble: 🤍 MUSIC: End of the Road - Wicked Cinema: XDFTPOPCOOBINRJB The Void - Cody Martin: OF6F78WRTANAFQN5 Stopped Time - Moments: V66OOAJDYVXDWH0M Into the Afterlife- Cody Martin: XCDGENUDORBOZN8Z Vanished - Wicked Cinema: JGVYZME2YVXKQHIN Into the Unknown - Hill: 450Z0HUEM96CEBG8 The Evil Within: Dresden, The Flamingo: WWXW9IYNVATYESRL The Corporation - Falls: EAPQ3RCYUHSGEUKR Mystery - Third Age: KHOGWV2PKDIV1HU1
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National Geographic explorer and storm chaser Tim Samaras devoted his life to unlocking the mysteries of extreme weather. Along with his son, Paul, and storm chaser Carl Young—his longtime collaborators—he died in a tornado in El Reno, Oklahoma, on May 31, 2013. "The Last Chase" examines that mammoth storm, and reflects on Samaras's life and legacy through the words of people he knew and worked with. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Read the article in National Geographic magazine: 🤍 PRODUCER: Shannon Sanders CAMERA AND SOUND: Spencer Millsap, Thomas Zothner and Robert Gongoll PHOTOGRAPHY: Carsten Peter STOCK FOOTAGE PROVIDED BY: Jimmy Deguara, 🤍extremestorms.com.au TVNweather.com KWTV News 9, Oklahoma City Ray Bohac Brett McReavy/KDRMedia Ryan Hickman and Justin Hughes Hank Schyma Jeff Piotrowski, Twisterchasers.com Jeff Snyder Nick Nolte William T. Hark Basehunters, LLC The Last Chase: Remembering Tim Samaras | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
A look back at the May 31st 2013 El Reno Oklahoma Tornado with extended footage from before and after the Tornado. With Tempest Tours. 🤍 William Reid's excellent write-up with links of this event 🤍 The video begins at 4:35pm local time as we drive north towards El Reno and then west on I-40. 1 hour and 25 minutes is condensed into a 16X time lapse. From 6:01pm to 9:05pm, the video and audio runs continuously to document this day. Skip to 6:00 to see the start of the cool tornado footage. There is some unique footage of the tornado at 18:00 to our northeast before it crosses HWY 81. A clear view of the wedge tornado at 28:00 minutes. This is about the time the Twistex crew are impacted. I turn a local radio station on at 1:16 with live coverage of the weather. You can see a rain wrapped area behind us hiding a likely tornado. This video is VERY long and runs continuously as we drive across OKC trying to get out of the way of the evolving storm complex that continues to produce tornadoes into the evening. We encounter traffic jams as people leave their homes trying to drive to safety...ultimately putting themselves at greater risk.
Tornado U-Turns into chaser forcing him into path of another giant tornado. For licensing contact hankschyma🤍yahoo.com Cooperton, Oklahoma 4-13-12. I intercepted 3 tornadoes on this day all produced by the same high precipitation supercell that began near Altus Oklahoma and tracked ENE. The first tornado I intercepted was on the muddy road network on the west side of Tom Steed Reservoir. It was a barely visible rain wrapped drill. The sun was going down and the supercell was approaching the Wichita Mountains were all Easterly roads ended. Chasers had 2 choices. 1, Meet the storm on the other side of the mountains after dark. Or 2, go into the bear cage for a final daylight stand. Those of us that chose option 2 were rewarded with brown underwear. Music: "Lanugo" by Southern Backtones "Little Ghost" by Southern Backtones
This video is an update from my previous analysis of the May 31, 2013 El Reno, OK tornado event and the storm chasers that it impacted. It includes more detailed tornado and storm chaser tracks, including the entire chase route taken by Tim and Paul Samaras, and Carl Young courtesy Gabe Garfield. This video also makes several suggestions on where the public and chasers made mistakes while maneuvering under this storm and what they could have done differently to stay out of harm's way. This video may be used without permission for educational and non commercial purposes.
FAQ on the El Reno encounter: 🤍 The EF5 El Reno tornado becomes 2.6 miles wide, the largest tornado ever recorded. Footage shows the tornado at close range in multiple vortex stage, then the chaser is nearly caught in the circulation trying to escape. This is the extended footage from the handheld HMC150 video camera. The dashcam video sequence is located here: 🤍 Stock footage catalog #HD-OKN-053113A Copyright Dan Robinson. See: 🤍
It is important to remember the Enhanced Fujita Scale (EF-Scale) is a measurement of the *damage* caused by a tornado, not it's top wind speed. So in the case of this tornado, it had "winds in excess of 200 miles per hour, CAPABLE of producing EF-5 damage". However, the tornado did not damage sufficient structures to award an EF-5 *damage* rating due to being in a rural location during its life cycle. If you want to learn more about the Enhanced Fujita Scale, check out the following page provided by the National Weather Service. 🤍 The May 31, 2013 El Reno, Oklahoma (U.S.A.) tornado was a very large EF-3 (Yes, it was an EF-3 tornado, look up the official National Weather Service storm survey) tornado that occurred over rural areas of Central Oklahoma. The widest tornado in recorded history, it was part of a larger weather system that produced dozens of tornadoes over the preceding days. The tornado initially touched down at 6:03 p.m. Central Daylight Time (2303 UTC) about 8.3 miles (13.4 km) west-southwest of El Reno, rapidly growing in size and becoming more violent as it tracked through central portions of Canadian County. Remaining over mostly open terrain, the tornado did not impact many structures; however, measurements from mobile weather radars revealed extreme winds in excess of 295 mph (475 km/h) within the vortex; these are the second-highest observed wind speeds on Earth, with only the 1999 Bridge Creek–Moore tornado having recorded slightly higher wind speeds. As it crossed U.S. Highway 81, it had grown to a record-breaking width of 2.6 miles (4.2 km). Turning northeastward, the tornado soon weakened. Upon crossing Interstate 40, the tornado dissipated around 6:43 p.m. CDT (2343 UTC), after tracking for 16.2 miles (26.1 km), it avoided affecting the more densely populated areas near and within the Oklahoma City metropolitan area. The tornado killed four storm chasers, the first known deaths in the history of storm chasing. Although the tornado remained over mostly open terrain, dozens of storm chasers unaware of its immense size and erratic movement were caught off-guard. Near Highway 81, TWISTEX scientist and engineer Tim Samaras, along with his son Paul and research partner Carl Young died in the tornado. Paul and Young were ejected from their Chevrolet Cobalt by the storm's sub-vortex, while Tim was still buckled in the passenger's seat. Local resident Richard Henderson, who decided to follow the storm, lost his life in that same area. He snapped a picture of the tornado from his cellular phone before it struck him. Other chasers, including Mike Bettes of The Weather Channel, were either injured or had their vehicles damaged. A Doppler on Wheels-based analysis of how the tornado impacted these teams revealed that they were hit by an intense internal sub-vortex. Overall, the tornado was responsible for eight fatalities and 151 injuries. The National Weather Service referred to the tornado as "the most dangerous tornado in storm observing history." Alongside rush hour traffic, thousands of residents in Oklahoma City attempted to outrun the storm by taking to the roads in an attempt to drive out of the tornado's projected path. By attempting to escape the storm by vehicle, in direct contrast to the recommended plan of action, residents put themselves at great risk from the storm; had the tornado maintained itself and passed over the congested freeways, more than 500 lives could have been lost. Remember, the Enhanced Fujita Scale (EF-Scale) is based on the damage a tornado produces, not the wind speed. Since we do not have Doppler Radar measurements for every tornado, the rating is based on the severity of the damage left behind. #ElReno #Oklahoma #Tornado #KWTV #GaryEngland
6/2 10 pm The deaths of three well-known storm chasers are hitting the weather community hard. Watch our 10 pm Team Coverage explaining why they did what they did and what may have went wrong.
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In May 2011, several tornadoes touched down over the Oklahoma landscape across a four-day span. One after the other, supercells spawned funnel clouds that caused significant property damage and loss of life. On May 24, one tornado in particular – the “El Reno” – registered as an EF-5, the strongest tornado category on the Enhanced Fujita scale. It remained on the ground for nearly two hours and left a path of destruction 63-miles long. Leigh Orf, a scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, used the Blue Waters Supercomputer the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign to simulate that tornado in order to better understand how it formed and intensified.
The largest tornado ever documented at 2.6 miles wide on May 31st 2013. Initially rated EF-3 due to minimal damage indicators, then upgraded for radar est. winds of 295 MPH, 95 MPH over the threshold of EF-5. Music by composer William Stromberg. Dedicated to the memory of Carl Young, Paul Samaras & Tim Samaras.
LIVE case study / meteorological breakdown of the tragic El Reno, OK tornado setup from May 31, 2013, including a discussion of the thermodynamic and kinematic ingredients that resulted in a record-breaking 2.6 mile wide tornado. Extreme instability, sufficient deep layer wind shear, and an outflow boundary left behind by the storms over the previous night, came together to create the largest tornado in record history and what should have been rated an EF5. This tornado began on a southeasterly course at around 25 mph, before turning to the east and eventually north and accelerating to over 50 mph at peak intensity. RIP Twistex
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In this 2nd episode, we compare the sizes of tornadoes to the biggest hurricanes. Including the world largest fire tornado, largest tornado El Reno, Tri State Tornado, Typhoon Tip and so on. Music Used: Kevin Macload - Air Prelude (Licensed under CC3.0) incompetech.com Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
🇬🇧BRIT Reacts To THE EL RENO TORNADO! If You Would Like To Support The Channel: 🤍paypal.me/kabsayofe 🤍 Hi everyone, I’m Kabir and welcome to another episode of Kabir Considers! In this video I’m going React To THE EL RENO TORNADO! 🤍 Follow me on social media: Instagram: 🤍kabirayofe Twitter: 🤍kabirconsiders Email me for business inquiries: kabirconsiders🤍yahoo.com If you would like to send me anything, my PO Box address is; Kabir Considers PO Box 5026 Hornchurch RM12 9JG United Kingdom _ COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER FAIR USE ACT Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favour of fair use. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS
2013 Tornado events including the Widest tornado ever recorded... and possibly the smallest. To license footage contact hankschyma🤍yahoo.com 2013 STORM EVENTS featured: April 8 - Brief weak tornado from LP Supercell in NE Colorado on the NW Kansas border May 9 - Brief weak tornado near Sweetwater Texas May 17 - Two Tornadoes in Central Texas May 18 - Three tornadoes near Rozel Kansas (2 seen here) May 19 - Two tornadoes near Viola Kansas (1 seen here) May 20 - Two tornadoes near Duncan Oklahoma & Moore Oklahoma EF-5 destruction May 28 - Mammatus and dust storm in SW Kansas May 30 - Giant mothership supercell in Central Oklahoma May 31 - Birth of the widest tornado on record and it's many subvortices near El Reno Oklahoma and a second anticyclonic tornado causing power flashes. *Stock Footage* of the El Reno EF-5 Tornado from 2011 and destruction. June 11 - Final funnel stage of the Chadron Nebraska Tornado & electric storm. June 12 - Lightning over Devils Tower Wyoming June 13 - Funnel Cloud in Eastern Colorado June 14 - Supercell in Eastern Nebraska June 21 - HP tornadic supercell and lightning in SE South Dakota June 22 - HP tornadic supercell and land spout W Nebraska June 23 - Tornado looking downburst in Eastern Colorado Sept 9 - Two landspouts near Valentine Texas MUSIC: by Southern Backtones, Two Star Symphony & Dan Workman 🤍
In this episode, the RoadTripOK team gets their kicks in El Reno and Yukon as they check out downtown and the Mother Road sign, grab a famous onion burger at Sid's Diner and visit the exquisite Clydesdale horses at a Yukon ranch. Watch the full episode here: 🤍 Remember to check in each Wednesday for a new episode featuring the state’s best attractions, tastiest restaurants, most standout festivals and passionate Oklahomans sharing their unique stories.
En mai 2013, une immense tornade va s’abattre sur la ville de « El Reno » dans l’Oklahoma aux Etats-Unis, causant ainsi des dégâts catastrophiques. Un journaliste local et sa femme vont risquer leur vie en allant au plus près de l’œil du cyclone. En exclusivité sur SFR (canal 42)
Massive, violent wedge tornado near El Reno, OK on 5/31/2013 approximately from 5:30 PM until 6:15 PM CDT. Footage continues as the videographers take shelter from the violent storm at the Oklahoma City Airport. Catalog ID: 05312013_SR_ENG Total Run Time: 09;30;29 To license this footage, visit 🤍
RODOLFO EL RENO ℗ 2018 Alman Kids / Alman Music - Con la extraordinaria participación del coro de "La Brigata Canterina" - Animaciones Realizadas por Daniel Moide. 💟 - De una cajita musical salí una vez, siendo una bailarina. Fue el súper poder de la imaginación, que me dejó quedar al lado de sus pequeños para cantar, bailar jugar y enseñar cada día. Desde entonces, ese poder me convierte cada vez más en la súper Luli Pampín porque siempre tengo energía y alegría para seguir llegando a todos sus hogares con mis canciones. Imagina con entusiasmo, atrévete a soñar, llénate de amor. No hay poderes más fabulosos. Gracias a ellos estaremos juntos en esta aventura. Sígueme en mis redes sociales donde compartiremos juntos: 🔴 FACEBOOK: 🤍 🔴 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 🔴 PÁGINA WEB: 🤍 (para pedir saludo) #RODOLFOELRENO #CANCIONESINFANTILESDENAVIDAD #VILLANCICO