There were two large funnel clouds spotted in tornado-warned McLean County.
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On the afternoon of Monday, August 15, numerous large funnel clouds were observed rotating over farmland in McLean County, North Dakota. On either side of a road in the Benedict area, Matt Chase’s footage reveals two distinct funnel clouds whirling in opposite directions. After tornadoes were “observed” in the area, the National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for McLean County. Matt Chase / Storyful / Credit
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