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Overview

The day of June 22, 2013 the Storm Prediction Center identified most of southeast Wyoming and Western Nebraska as a "slight" risk for severe storms. Storms began to develop into the mid afternoon and producing a tornado an EF 1 tornado at 3:54 PM. The tornado touched down west of La Grange, WY and moved southeast over the Nebraska border. The tornado dissipated north of Harrisburg, NE. Two other weaker tornadoes developed during the afternoon southwest of Wheatland, WY and Kimball, NE.

On Highway 151, west of La Grange. Looking NNW at the tornado

Roger Edwards SPC

Arrow Showing rotation area around the tornado.

Roger Edwards SPC

Dark area in lower middle corresponded to tight zone of rapid rotation relative to remainder of precip drum.

Roger Edwards SPC

Faint, fuzzy condensation vortices were seen moving around on both sides of stubby funnel right before this photo

Roger Edwards SPC

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