Wall Cloud In Monticello

Monticello Tornado Warning

This was the view near the football field in Monticello.

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tay-tay dick says ... on Monday, Oct 26 at 7:38 AM


Me says ... on Monday, Jul 21 at 5:17 PM


brianp says ... on Friday, Jul 18 at 9:23 PM

I did take the class and yes there was rotation

me says ... on Thursday, Jul 17 at 12:56 PM

this went right over my house and yes there was rotation but no warning was given even earlyer in the moring when we were in a tornado warning area whats up

Mike says ... on Sunday, Jul 13 at 11:41 AM

I agree it is very difficult with stills, trained spotters would look for rotation as well, both at the cloud level and at all levels down to the ground. NWS spotter courses offer a lot of info are open to public and free.

Shawn G says ... on Saturday, Jul 12 at 9:48 AM

I can't tell because its still photos, but those don't look like tornadoes to me. Cloud lowering, yes. Tornadoes, no... I don't doubt that to someone who isn't trained in storm spotting it would be scary though.

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