April 18, 2015 | New Cordell, Oklahoma Storm Structure & Hail

David Reimer filmed a rain-wrapped tornado near Kellerville, Texas at 6:43 PM. This tornado was heavily surrounded by rain and hail. The result is the tornado was impossible to see unless you were right in the bears cage. The tornado is clearly visible from 1:45-1:53 but the circulation can be seen throughout the video. Golfball to slightly large size hail was being thrown by strong west winds thanks to the Rear Flank Downdraft (RFD).

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David Reimer and Paige Burress intercepted a severe thunderstorm near New Cordell, Oklahoma just after 7 PM on April 18, 2015. This storm had a history of producing baseball size hail and exhibited an impressive bell-shaped updraft. By the time they reached the storm it was beginning to weaken but still presented wonderful supercellular structure along with small hail.

Source: April 18, 2015 | New Cordell, Oklahoma Storm Structure & Hail (Youtube).

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