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June 2nd, 1998 Tornadoes

The images show Base Reflectivity on the left side at 0.5 and 1.5 degree elevation. The right side shows Storm Relative Motion at 0.5 and 1.5 degree elevation.

The loop below requires java to be installed and turned on in your browser. There are 3 overlays, Cities, Roads, and a general Storm Track. The Storm Track shows the path of the severe thunderstorm that produced the tornado, not the tornado track. With the Storm Track overlay turned on, please note the the hook shaped storm (upper left hand panel) and strong rotational velocity couplet (upper right hand panel) that moves from just east of Towanda to southeast of Montose.

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