The motion of a violent wedge tornado is hard to describe to those who haven’t seen it in person. It’s like a violent, sadistic, evil carousel with chaotic motion through an area up to a mile in width. It’s almost like an entire thunderstorm decided to plot it’s updraft on the ground, and it’s impossible to fathom the amount of power being released by a violent wedge tornado. Bowdle, South Dakota was one of the most well photographed and photogenic wedge tornadoes in history. Brandon Sullivan was a busy man on that day, and he captured the tornado from close range (within a mile) here.
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Our own Brandon Goforth witnessed the Moore, Oklahoma tornado as it entered town and moved just to his north just... more
A tornado outbreak occurred over central Oklahoma on May 19, 2013 with myself, Brandon Goforth and my wife Sara intercepting... more