After producing the infamous Wind Farm Tornado, the newer circulation to its N tightened and headed NE in the general direction of where I had been--from slightly over a mile away. Given such a logistically unsuitable predicament, I scooted a little over a mile E to watch the area of trouble cross Oklahoma 19. This was the resulting brief tornado at its best--one condensation tube whirling within another. It would dissipate seconds later, while crossing the road. Yet another occlusion, resulting in a separate mesocyclone farther NE, offered the fuzzy cone tornado N of Alden.
4 SSW Alden OK (7 Nov 11) Looking W