May 29th: Northern Kansas Supercell and Tornadoes

This rope-like funnel cloud is the beginning of an interesting day of funnel clouds and tornadoes in a long-lived supercell west of Concordia, Kansas.

An incredible sight just south of Scottsville.

A minute later, looking north-northeast.

This wall cloud rotates rapidly as it moves over Scottsville.

Just east of Scottsville, dust whirl appears underneath funnel about a quarter mile away.

A minute or two later.

Just before dissipating.

Another funnel snakes its way to the ground.

A pretty rope tornado.

May 31st:

Beautiful sky behind a cold front.