Video| Tornado Fest | May
2004 Video| 2005
Tornado Highlight Preview (~9.8 MB)
2006 Tornado Highlight Video is almost ready; it looks like it might
end up being between 75 and 90 minutes in length, because I might add
some bonus footage after the final credits. The video will be in Widescreen
Format for those movie buffs like me, because we shot all the 2006 footage
in High Definition, so we didn't want affect the quality of the video.
For most storm chasers the 2006 season was horrible, but Team Stormgasm
was able to find the best tornadoes of the year.
26: Southwest Kansas Tornado Outbreak
tornado outbreak in Southwestern Kansas caught on film! 7 Tornadoes are
documented: 3 on the ground at once! Watch this rare cold-core tornado
outbreak unfold as Stormgasm tells you the story.
21: Russell, KS Tornado
tornado hits Russell, KS! Two tornadoes and numerous funnel clouds in
North Central Kansas Tornado Outbreak; one tornado passes through west
side of Russell, KS with lots of debris in the air!
16 : South Dakota Tornadoes
Two tornadoes in South Dakota Outbreak!
24: Southern Minnesota
Incredible cone to multivortex to stovepipe to wedge evolution on video
of this deadly, long-track, monster Minnesota tornado.
the most beautiful tornadoes of the year: two gorgeous cone tornadoes
captured near the outskirts of El Reno, OK. First tornado begins as a
skinny cone, grows to a large cone, and then has a 'pencil-thin' rope-out
stage. Second tornado is just a beautiful, but is a rare
anticyclonic (clockwise) rotating tornado and has
a long and incredible rope-out stage.
16th: (Easter Sunday) Illinois
tornado outbreak in Illinois on Easter Sunday! Stormgasm captures 5 tornadoes
in Illinois on this day; one tornado was on the ground for nearly 30 minutes
and passed within one-half mile of the chasers. Incredible and memorable
footage from Easter Sunday!
20th: Western Oklahoma
was not a spectacular tornado, but it formed under incredible and very
rare conditions. This tornado developed from a very small supercell near
the town of Putnam, OK. 30 miles away snow was falling, but the conditions
were just right to produce this nice cone tornado. Team Stormgasm made
one of their best forecasts to catch this tornado.
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