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May 10 Lexington and Marshall, MO tornadoes

By DAN ROBINSON
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HD EXPEDITION VIDEO: Lexington and Marshall, MO tornadoes - May 10

I sat near Kingdom City, MO for about an hour, waiting to see if anything would come of the cumulus field in central MO roughly from Sedalia to south of St. Louis. When this area lost any hope of firing, I jumped on the storm moving out of KC and caught it in Lexington. Witnessed a tornado under a violently rotating wall cloud in Lexington:

Then, a large wedge north of Marshall as the storm crossed back over the warm front:

DSLR still at 10mm:

Wow, great catch. Good luck for today too. Just be careful!
- Posted by Luka from Arizona

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