What Happens When A Tornado Crossed Paths With A Rainbow
Curious to know what it looks like when rainbow and tornado crosses paths? Well, a stormchaser group caled Basehunters have the answer to that as they were able to capture a mind-boggling moment wherein a rainbow crosses paths with a tornado.
According to Basehunters:
"Around 2:00pm MDT supercells began developing in a band across beginning in central Colorado and extending eastward into eastern Colorado by around 4pm. A cell near Lamar, CO became tornadic ~4:30pm MDT and produced a photogenic elephant trunk tornado with rainbow in foreground near Eads, CO. The storm later produced several times before crossing the cold front north of Cheyenne Wells, CO. Several tornadoes were also intercepted after dark in western KS near Oakley around 9pm CDT."
WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: