Severe storms erupted across most of Kansas on Friday bringing several rounds of severe hail, winds, and even a few tornadoes. Several storms formed southeast of Hays, Kansas in Russell County bring severe hail that sent drivers seeking shelter under highway overpasses and cows left in the open. Several wall clouds also formed, but no tornadoes were reported with these storms.
Gorham is 15 miles east of Hays on I-70 in Russell County. Hail with this storm was reported up to 1.25\" in diameter.
Scene 1-6: Various shots of wall clouds and other structure shots of storms.
Scene 7: POV driving shot in hail just south of Gorham and I-70.
Scene 8: Passing truck in hail.
Scene 9-11: Various shots of I-70 motorists taking shelter under the Gorham exit bridge.
Scene 12-17: Various shots of hail up to 1.25-inches falling on the ground and into puddles.
Scene 18-21: Various shots of a heard of cows in the hailstorm.
Scene 22-23: Shots of hail in hand, including one of a very spikey hailstone.
Scene 24-25: Shots of a vivid rainbow on the backside of the storm.