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A huge panoramic view of a thunderhead slowly crossing the state line separating Oklahoma from Kansas. This is the view from Wichita, Kansas looking south! Storms this large sometimes get caught in the upper level winds and rotation ensues. In a few of these rotating storms, the rotation can eventually spawn tornado's. Once the storm is rotating it is sometimes called a "Meso-Cyclone" This shot was taken on Friday April 13th, the day before an amazing 130 or more tornado's formed over Kansas and a couple actually hitting the Wichita area!
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