Midwest Tornado Chase Logs & Photos
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This page lists all of my tornado intercept days in the Midwest region (outside of the Great Plains) from newest to oldest, with links to each chase report containing more photos, videos and detailed accounts. The "Midwest" chase region is defined as Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, Arkansas and Tennessee. Most of these images are still frames captured from video footage. For a list of all tornadoes including those from the Great Plains, see the main tornado page.
Current Midwest tornado count: 31
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December tornado outbreak in central Illinois.
Thin needle tornado near Carlyle Lake in southern Illinois.
Short-lived tornado south of the Chicago metro area.
An EF4 intercept during a wintertime tornado outbreak across the Midwest.
Tornadoes in northern Illinois during a northwest flow event.
Tornadoes northwest of and in the St. Louis metro.
One of many tornadoes in southern Illinois due to Tropical Storm Bill.
Fall season tornado only a mile from home in October.
A tornado mini-outbreak in the St. Louis metro area and surrounding region.
A supercell produces tornadoes along a warm front in central Missouri.
A wintertime severe weather event in the Midwest produces photogenic tornadoes in Illinois.
Tornado in eastern Illinois with second consecutive MCV/upper low setup.
Tornadoes in eastern Illinois with an MCV/upper low setup.
Tornado west of the Chicago metro area.
An amazing fall season tornado just east of the St. Louis metro area in Illinois. Read full chase log
An EF2 tornado northeast of St. Louis during a Midwestern spring severe weather outbreak. Read full chase log
A cold-core setup produces this tornado in the town of Sedalia in Missouri. Read chase log
The last F4 on the old Fujita scale strikes towns on either side of the Mississippi. Read chase log
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