Winds of Change - 2011

A 2011 Chase Video Highlights Production

2011 Brian A. Morganti



Our season started out with two significant tornado chase days in May, both in Missouri.  The rest of May and June yielded nearly non-stop storm action including several spectacular supercell days!  Winds of Change features only the best from the 2011 season with over 12 hours of raw high-definition video carefully edited down to a fast-paced one hour production for your viewing enjoyment. 


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10 Chapters in all include the following...


May 21 - Tornadic Supercell - Topeka, Kansas

We intercepted a fantastic tornado warned supercell just east of Topeka, Kansas that put on quite a show for us!  The storm was a real rotator and sported a persistent and sometimes awesomely rotating wall cloud for well over an hour.  In spite of not producing an official visible tornado, the storm offered some of the best structure of the season.  


May 22 - Tornadoes - Southwest City, Missouri

After abandoning the storm that went on to produce the devastating tornadoes in Joplin, Missouri we headed farther south after potentially tornadic storms that were forming east of the Missouri/Oklahoma border.  After finding a semi-clear area looking west we waited for the arrival of one of these storms and found a very large tornado emerging from a very wet supercell.


May 25 - Tornado - Ellsinore, Missouri

We intercepted a large tornado as it crossed highway 60 near the town of Ellsinore, Missouri.  Viewing spots were limited due to the hills and trees, so we had to first get ahead of the storm that was moving northward and then wait for the storm and attending tornado to appear in the narrow opening of the highway looking back to our west.


June 11 - Tornadic Supercell - Liberal, Kansas

Another day featuring an awesome and long-lived supercell!  After filming a tightly wound supercell near Liberal we dropped south to the Oklahoma Panhandle and filmed more pretty storm structure and farmstead scenes in the fading light.  



June 17 - Supercell - Eastern Colorado

After playing around with some marginally severe storms near Limon, we headed farther south after a storm that was a bit more isolated and showed more promise.  The storm did not disappoint as it gave us quite a structure show for the next couple of hours!



June 19 - Supercell - Alma, Nebraska

A marvelously rotating supercell fills the skies over southwestern Nebraska right before sunset.  We were treated to a beautiful mammatus display during our approach, and then later a nice light show after sunset.



60 minutes of spectacular storms including time-lapsed sequences put to music. 

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