Severe storms erupted across western Kansas dropping several tornadoes, large hail, high winds, and rains. A large supercell blew up over Tribune, Kansas and moved east into Scott City before lining out. In its path, it dropped nearly half a dozen tornadoes and hail up to 2.50-inches in diameter.
PART 1 (0:00-0:52) Tribune, KS
Scene 1: Structure shot, wall cloud near Tribune.
Scene 2: Structure shot of developing funnel near Tribune.
Scene 3-4: Blowing dust from storm near Tribune.
PART 2 (0:53-3:37) Wichita County, KS
Scene 5: Rapidly rotating wall cloud.
Scene 6: Timelapse of rotating wall cloud.
Scene 7: Wall cloud just before tornado.
Scene 8-9: Dashcam footage of tornadoes near KS-25 north of Lydia, Kansas.
Scene 10: Dashcam shot of driving through high winds.
Scene 11: Rain-wrapped tornado west of Friend, KS.
Scene 12-14: Dash cam shots of large hail covering a dirt road in Wichita County.
Scene 14-18: Shots of tennis-ball sized hail landing in a nearby field and splashing up water from the ground.
Scene 19: POV driving shot in hail.
PART 3 (3:37-4:25) Scott City, KS
Scene 20-21: POV driving shots of high winds and rain approaching Scott City.
Scene 22: Shot in town as high winds rip through.
Scene 23: Oncoming pickup truck driving in high winds.
Scene 24: Shot of railroad tracks with high winds.
Scene 25: Blinding rain and wind in Scott City.