The Nebraska and Iowa splitting supercell of August 26, 2004

What happened

A supercell formed south of Omaha, Nebraska in the afternoon of August 26, 2004. Both supercells--the left- and right-movers--lasted long after the split, giving tornadoes and large hail to the region. The RADAR images, satellite images, and analyses from this event are on this page.

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Last update to this page: May 10, 2005