Wyoming (WCSC) - I saw not one, not two but three tornadoes in southeastern Wyoming...just northwest of Cheyenne.
All three twisters came from two supercell thunderstorms. One of which produced a perfect pinhole center showing the circulation on radar.
These tornadoes were difficult to see because of all the rain. The team says the most interesting characteristic of all the tornadoes was the environment it formed in.
Temperatures were in the low to mid 60s. Twisters typically form when temps are in the 70s and 80s. These tornadoes did not harm any but did damage a few homes.
The National Weather Service will be assessing the damage to figure out how strong these tornadoes were. The team is now making their way home.