16 Amazing Tornado Pictures

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The southern and mid-western United States are heading into tornado season now. Although living in ‘tornado alley’ is a frightening idea for some people, it’s the most exhilarating time of the year for storm chasers, who get spectacular images while tracking tornadoes. If you fortunately/unfortunately don’t live in tornado alley, you can still find impressive tornadoes (albeit smaller) over the ocean as ‘waterspouts’ or in the desert as ‘dust devils’.

Tornado Hitting the Ground - Parker, Colorado

Tornado Hitting the Ground – Parker, Colorado by Kristen Swanson

 An Amazing Tornado Touches Down in Campo, Colorado


An Amazing Tornado Touches Down in Campo, Colorado by Mike Krzywonski

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Tornado by Megan Moura

 Incredible Tornado Touches Down in Campo, CO


Incredible Tornado Touches Down in Campo, CO by Mike Krzywonski

Tornado Hitting the Ground, black & white

Tornado Hitting the Ground, black & white II by Kristen Swanson

A Tornado Makes For An Awesome Spectacle - Kansas

A Tornado Makes For An Awesome Spectacle – Kansas by Tommy Thomas

Tornado Hitting the Ground, black & white

Tornado Hitting the Ground, black & white by Kristen Swanson

tornado super storm

looks like trouble by rik

twister tornado

Twister by Vicente Villamón

fire tornado

Belgian Waffle burn by Barry M

tormenta en el remolar - tornado storm - little twister

tormenta en el remolar – storm – little twister by Ferran Pestaña

Watersprout tornado

Watersprout by Umberto Salvagnin

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Image by NOAA Photo Library

triple tornado water spouts

Triple water spouts by NOAA

Oak Cliff Tornado

Oak Cliff Tornado by Justin Cozart

Storm Chasers Admire a Severe Supercell Thunderstorm in Hill City, Kansas

Storm Chasers Admire a Severe Supercell Thunderstorm in Hill City, Kansas by Mike Krzywonski

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  1. Henrik Flensborg

    I would never be able to get close enough to photograph a tornado – I would be hiding somewhere safe. Not to mention being afraid of having a piece of flying debris breaking my glass.

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  2. Thomas M. Mayer

    Oak Cliff really amazing. What a pic. Look really dark and deep

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