Spectacular supercell near Leoti, Kansas by William Demasi

Probably one of the best days of our stay in the United States, from an initially linear thunderstorm system, a tornadic supercell was born among the most photogenic and impressive we have observed.

In its evolution we have witnessed two tornado touchdowns, both of short duration under the base of a voluminous rapidly rotating mesocyclone not far from the small town of Leoti, Kansas.

Taken on May 21, 2016.

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