Admittedly the title to this video is not fully quite what I would deem as something that makes sense.
But the dryline went in the later afternoon with a pretty LP supercell over the Texas panhandle. This storm looked puny on radar but was generated some pretty large hail. We tried to stay with the storm a bit as it had an active base which led us to believe there was some chance of a landspout but it didn’t quite work out.
Eventually numerous storms blew up into an MCS over western Oklahoma, and we enjoyed some beautiful views at dusk.
“Some chance of a landspout” that wouldn’t be a landspout, that would be a tornado because it would’ve been produced by a supercell. Landspouts are non-supercellular and do not form under supercells