June 17th, 2011 Colorado Tornado Warned Supercell
June 17th kept me along the Palmer Divide in eastern Colorado. A few storms developed by mid afternoon, with the tail end storm becoming a nice supercell. It became tornado warned for about 2 hours of its life. Finally, it was undercut by cold outflow from old storms to its north, which eventually led to its demise. It did have pretty structure, produced tennis ball sized hail, and copious amounts of lightning.
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