I kick myself for not being home for this storm. With my high resolution camera out of order, I captured this image on my low resolution weather cam just after sunset as it was transitioning to night vision, so that's why the colors are a bit weird.
Yes, definitely some ground level rotation moving through Lost Cove. Beautiful.
Note the radar minutes before the time of the photo ... certainly looks like tornado vortex signature poised at the top of Lost Cove moving south, although very short lived. Goes to show that small tornados can whip up in a matter of seconds at anytime during a storm and they can completely escape detection from the National Weather Service, since they are so short lived. This one lasted a few minutes at most.
|Radar at 7:46 PM - Franklin / Marion Co. TN|