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Maria I was just talking about severe weather threats are in place for today in parts of Kansas.
After a string of those tornadoes over this weekend check at this incredible -- this is -- -- Kansas.
You can see the final haven't -- past accidents.
I mean that it looks like you know those things that you see in -- -- it's -- the beginning of a star and it -- tornadoes that touched down.
In rose it leveled homes there rob -- shot that video he's a storm chaser with he PR media and he joins me now -- Good morning.
Thanks for being with us -- some day yesterday hot.
All you -- this week and has been a little busy.
Talk to you take us through because we have three different pieces of a video here we wanna start rolling those in having you just sort of this first one is climb and I believe it's an ounce -- this.
Take us through this.
Okay this actually this might be the -- one this is the first tornado that we saw touched down south west of Wichita yesterday.
The storm explosively developed -- west of Wichita moved in the area.
All rapidly rotating wall clones and then -- this tornado briefly touched down and was replaced few minutes later -- -- -- -- tornadoes.
We have another piece of of your video coming up here he shot would.
So much yesterday and we also aside that some of it have that did this was as violent Kansas talked about the formation of this and sort of what it felt like around -- in terms of the pressure and we've heard that these were all rain wrapped yesterday what was -- like.
Specifically on ones near Wichita the climb on violent tornadoes.
It was very humid very muggy.
The atmosphere just felt charged.
With the actual storm itself being so explosive and with the circulation is becoming quickly embedded in rain.
I was a very dangerous situation for not just the residence but also anyone out there along -- -- Fire volunteer spotters Storm Chasers are -- rather dangerous environment especially let me get near big metropolitan area like.
We're traffic can be impacted group.
That this one -- you can see -- screen right now but if it's happened -- yellow sort of it's an unbelievable.
Picture tell me exactly where you were when you shot this.
This is the rule was all Kansas tornado and we were pretty close -- half mile maybe a little closer to those tornados -- -- little -- a quarter mile away from it.
And another yellow tint it was really close to sundown so was picking up some of the scattered light in the atmosphere and giving -- yellow and orange -- Yeah and mandate as do this this is what you like to do but we scared.
The rule results tornado.
There was a time directly after this right after this video after we cut we're like okay we need to move.
Because it actually stopped for a little bit and turned a little bit and now we realized it was coming right forests are we had -- get out of the way quickly.
The rural the -- all one though wasn't too bad other Wichita those storms southwest -- which time.
It was getting a little hairy for -- -- that was a very nasty storm and especially anytime you get anything rain -- you can't see what's around you obviously you can see either Roosevelt tornado.
You can tell where it's going the Wichita one there were multiple circulation there -- as ringing everywhere so very dangerous situation for anyone in the.
Now Lou that they're saying that we may get more today -- headed next.
I actually we're headed home today we had we had to -- -- -- -- in this weekend Saturday and Sunday.
So we're going to be missing all the storms today -- thank you for giving -- access to see these these pictures there incredible off.
And it is a dangerous situation which is very clear and we're gonna keep everybody posted -- about the -- -- thank you so much.
Thank you for having -- --
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