Grid View List View Latest Most Viewed Most Commented Abilene, KS EF4 Tornado May 25th 2016 23820 May 25, 2016 An isolated supercell thunderstorm formed over Ottawa County in north central KS on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, and this storm went on to produce 4 tornadoes. The first tornado touched down at around 6:08 PM 3 miles south of Minneapolis and was on the ground for approximately 1 minute. The second tornado that occurred was a long-track violent EF4 tornado that was on the ground for over an hour and up to a 1/2 mile wide at times. The tornado developed just north of Niles Kansas around 707pm and moved ESE damaging and destroying everything in its path as it passed 2-3 miles north of the city of Abilene. The tornado then appeared to weaken for a time as it moved to the northeast of Abilene however it re-intensified and took a southeast turn as it approached interstate 70 and then went on to produce the most severe damage after crossing interstate 70 just a mile or two southwest of the city of Chapman. The tornado then moved east passing 1 mile south of Chapman and finally dissipated between 835 and 840pm just west of the Dickinson and Geary County line. Dodge City Tornadoes May 24th 2016 11568 May 24, 2016 StormTours.com intercepted several tornadoes starting along Highway 283. We followed the storm as it tracked through the west side of Dodge City and proceeded north. These are the first few tornadoes that the storm initially produced. Waterspout in the Florida Keys 11657 September 7, 2015 Waterspout Tornado in the Florida Keys Tornado Outbreak near Simla, Colorado 11719 June 4, 2015 Compiled footage of various tornadoes that occurred during the tornado outbreak near Simla, Colorado on June 4th, 2015. Large Tornado near Canadian, Texas 10535 May 26, 2015 Large tornado near Canadian, Texas on May 26th, 2015. 123 Categories Featured Hail Lightning Other Satellite Storm Structure Timelapse Tornado Tropical Weather Subscribe To Newsletter Get latest news about us directly in your inbox. We will never spam, Promise.