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Image of a lifetime’ shows twin tornadoes spawned from a single supercell

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Storm chaser Kelly DeLay has captured a rare and stunning image showing two tornadoes spawned from a single, massive supercell last Thursday in Simla, Colorado.

He posted the on his Twitter and Instagram feeds on Sunday, generating plenty of retweets and commentary.

At least eight tornadoes swept across Colorado on Thursday, including one that destroyed and/or damaged several homes, according to the Associated Press.

Delay’s image clearly shows the twin twisters–the stronger of the two at the right–touching down beneath the towering supercell that pelted the region with hail.

On Monday, Delay offered a description of the event, and how he captured the image, to DL Cade of the photography website, 500-ISO:

 

 


Read more at http://www.grindtv.com/random/image-of-a-lifetime-shows-twin-tornadoes-spawned-from-a-single-supercell/#yhc8L2bmcvG4ibWi.99

 

 

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Post an image  or I guess I could just click another link to see the image of a lifetime as the headline suggested it's like being on bin

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