A lone supercell storm erupted south of Wamego, Kansas in the evening hours on Wednesday bringing blinding rains and lightning to those in the area. The storm tracked east along I-70 for nearly three hours before dissipating near Topeka.
Video package includes shots of lightning from the supercell as well as developing wall clouds and the blinding rains along I-70 west of Topeka.
Scene 1: Wide angle structure shot of the supercell southwest of Topeka.
Scene 2: Close CG lightning strike.
Scene 3: Wider structure and lightning strike.
Scene 4: Quick lightning strike.
Scene 5: Zoomed in shot of scuddy funnel-lookalike cloud with lightning strike on the far right side of the shot.
Scene 6: Lowering clouds behind trees.
Scene 7: Timelapse of supercell storm (12 second duration)
Scene 8: Wall cloud over trees.
Scene 9: Vivid hail shaft of the storm.
Scene 10: Shawnee County Sheriff as rain and small hail fall.
Scene 11-16: Various POV driving shots in blinding rains along I-70 west of Topeka with various vehicles driving with emergency flashers.