New video from the storms in Western MN tonight. Great time lapse of the setting sun on the longest day of the year with a wall cloud and rising motion near Morris, MN and storm footage from near Fergus Fall, MN.
A Tornado warned storm impacted Otter Tail County, MN this evening and after that storm dissipated, the second line of storms made for a great sunset time lapse with a wall cloud and lowering.
00:00:00 to 01:00:23 shot 3 miles northeast of Morris, MN.
The rest of the video was shot in Otter Tail County, MN just west of Fergus Falls, MN.
Clip 1 Time lapse sunset on the longest day of the year with a wall cloud forming. Shot just northeast of Morris, MN.
Clip 2 Time lapse sunset on the longest day of the year with a wall cloud forming. Shot just northeast of Morris, MN.
Clip 3-4 Normal speed of the sunset northeast of Morris, MN and the wall cloud and rising motion.
Clip 5 -6 West of Fergus Fall, MN as the storm just became Tornado Warned.
Clip 7 Cloud formation that someone called in as a funnel cloud.
Clip 8 Wide shot of hail core and possible micro burst.
Clip 9 – 11 Blowing dust approaching the camera.
Clip 12 – 13 Dust storm
Clip 14 Rain Foot from what could have been a micro burst. It almost looks like a Haboob but with rain.
Clip 15 POV Driving in white out conditions in hurricane force winds.
Clip 16 Car that was blown off the road in the high winds and blinding rain.
Clip 17 High winds and blinding rain POV while parked and a motorcycle is trying to escape the storm.
Clip 18 getting pounded by extreme winds and rain while pulled over to the side of the road.
Clip 19 Vehicles pulled off to the side of the road to wait out the storm due to no visibility while driving.
Clip 20 POV Driving in near zero visibility.
Clip 21 Rainbow.
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