Walmart 2005

Small Dust Devil in Wal-Mart Parking Lot

This is a short-lived small twister that appeared and disappeared rather quickly in a Wal-Mart parking lot. Doesn’t last long, though its a good view of the tiny tornado.

Texas 1989

Tornado in Hodges, Texas in 1989

This very picturesque tornado touched down outside of Hodges, Texas on May 13, 1989. The video is in slow motion.

South Carolina 1990 Tornado

Spartanburg, South Carolina 1990 Multi-Vortex Tornado

This tornado was classified as an F1 on the Fujita scale. The twister was a multi-vortex though it caused minimal damage. Regardless, there were still 4 injuries from this tornado.

Ohio 1990 Tornado

Massive Tornado Outbreak in 1990

On June 2, 1990 a storm stretched over Indiana and Illinois spawning almost 90 tornadoes. The tornado in this video started in Petersburg, Indiana, but still caused minimal damage. There were a total of 9 deaths after these storms passed.

Texas Tornado 1992

On March 29, 1992 a Funnel Cloud Appears Over San Antonio

This funnel cloud was shot in San Antonio, Texas in 1992, and at other points not videotaped, it had made contact with the ground. This qualifies this twister as an F0 on the Fujita Scale. Luckily there was no major damage done during these storms.

Kansas Tornado 2003

Tornado Forms in Lawrence, Kansas on May 8, 2003

Tornado forms directly in front of the camera in May 2003. Its not a very long-lived tornado but it still threw some stuff around, and scared a few people.

Illinois Tornado 1995

F3 Tornado Outside Elkhart, Illinois on May 9, 1995

This is an F3 tornado during a large outbreak of tornadoes all across Iowa and Illinois. There were no fatalities and not much severe damage. There were many storm chasers chasing tornadoes in May 1995.

Kansas Tornado 1995

F0 Tornado Touches Down Outside Jetmore, Kansas on May 6, 1995

During the May tornado outbreak (which produced 278 confirmed tornadoes between May 6 and May 19, 1995) a tornado touched down outside of Jetmore, Kansas on May 6, 1995. This tornado, though only an F0 on the Fujita Scale, had a path of 1.5 miles. Luckily, no severe damage was caused by this particular twister.

Texas Tornado 1995

F4 Tornado Hits Pampa, Texas on June 8, 1995

Almost $30 million worth of damage was done to the industrial section of Pampa, Texas on June 8, 1995. After a path of 3 miles and a track almost 200 yards wide, this tornado became the costliest tornado this town has seen. This tornado was rated an F4 on the Fujita scale.

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