The cyclic, multiply-tornadic supercell of April 14, 2012

What happened

On April 14, 2012, a huge outbreak of severe weather happened over the southern and centrail plains states. Many tornadoes were reported. Of particular interest was the RADAR presentation of a storm that moved from northern Oklahoma to southern Kansas. The storm moved fairly close to one of the RADARs, and its mesocyclone was seen to occlude numerous times. The RADAR imagery from this storm is presented here.

Storm reports can be found here

RADAR images

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Last update to this page: May 11, 2013