Funnel Cloud Near Blairstown

"I live at the northeast corner of Blairstown. The first picture is of a funnel cloud north of our home. In the second picture, it was starting to rope out but the dark wedge above it actually touched down and picked up some debris. Both were short lived." - Submitted to KCRG-TV9 by Laura Cairns.

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the mayor says ... on Thursday, Jun 9 at 8:10 AM

that was a great shot. it almost looks like it on the ground.

I agree says ... on Wednesday, Jul 2 at 10:58 PM

I was checking cows on a four wheeler when the rain started, got pelted with what felt like pins. Way too close to home, I live south of Blairstown, hope everyone is ok.

Becky-Girl says ... on Wednesday, Jul 2 at 8:42 PM

That's a Good Shot. Too close to home Marengo-Amana.

Anonymous says ... on Wednesday, Jul 2 at 8:13 PM

Oh my gosh! I hope everything's out out there!

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