Today, Wednesday, May 21, 2014 I ventured out to north east Colorado for the slight risk. I left Salina, KS about an hour later than expected therefore I was able to watch the supercell for over the Rocky Mountain Range and finally meet up with it around Byers, Colorado. From there I took a gravel road north towards Highway 36 and than proceeded to stay ahead of the cell to the east. Once I was at N. Price Road I was able to head north for about a mile and find an open area to watch the storm. I was able to see a broad rotation that looked to be in the form of a wrapping potential wall cloud.
1. Wide shot of the leading edge of the tornadic storm west of Byers, CO
2. Medium shot of the forming potential wall cloud facing west on N. Price Rd.
3. Wide shot of the potential forming wall cloud on N. Price Rd. facing west. From here I noticed a broad rotation that seemed to be wanting to form.
4. Medium shot of the rotation on the potential wall cloud close to N. Price Rd. facing west
5. Medium shot of the rotation on the potential wall cloud close to N. Price Rd. facing west right before I left my location to head back to Highway 36 to head east to get out in front of the storm
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