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Blake Noble
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Jun 17 2014
3

Blake, you got one with Master's coursework here. I'd like you to go to 1:17 into the video on this article. This type of tornado (different from a gustnado) is a rapidly-rotating updraft. An updraft is the "fuel" that feeds the supercell. A cumulus cloud (puffy, white cloud) is a condensating updraft. Look on 1:17. Read more

Jun 17 2014
4

Any time you see tornado video where the tornado goes from the right side of the screen to the left, the chasers don't know their mesoscale meteorology. You are usually sitting in the paths of the downdrafts since the mean flow in the US has supercells moving in some sort of westerly direction. This will eventually