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A tornado moves across the prairies near Calumet, Oklahoma on May 29, 2004. The condensation funnel is not reaching the ground, but tornadic circulation is doing damage and lofting debris on the surface. This tornado is rotating clockwise, making it a rare 'anticyclonic' tornado. Image is from video.

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