Today was a rare day where we documented multiple types of tornadoes on a day with an official 0% risk of tornadoes in Southwest Oklahoma. Multiple supercells formed in a small corridor with extreme cape and locally enhanced wind shear. This made for an active day of storms. These two photos show a weak anticyclonic tornado which actually formed on a left split storm (this is the first time I’ve seen this rare feat!), the photo on the right shows our first tornado of the day which was an obscured cone near Cordell, Oklahoma.

We’ll have more from this day soon.