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|Written by Reed Timmer|
|Wednesday, 27 June 2012 07:15|
TVN documented multiple tornadoes just southeast of Swift Current, Saskatchewan yesterday, June 26, 2012, including one relatively large cone tornado that caused transformer explosions and destroyed a silo before becoming concealed in a shroud of rain. These high-precipitaiton or HP supercells developed along a cold front surging east across the Canadian Prairies, behind a "renegade" supercell to the east all by itself that produced a large tornado near Moose Jaw, SK. It looks like 2012 will be an active season across southern Canada east of the Rocky Mountains as the long-range forecast models are showing yet another upper-level trough moving in for early next week. Never stop chasing!
Tornadoes in southern Saskatchewan! Yesterday, June 26, 2012
Jun 27 2012 16:32:34
Beautiful tornadoes over open country! Loved the shot of the supercell structure. Good chasing!