Since I already have a blog dedicated to storm chasing (and jazz saxophone), I purposely don't post a lot of severe-weatherly articles in Fox's World. Still, this fox ranges far and wide and occasionally finds a meteorological morsel too compelling to ignore, and that's how it is here. I've already provided an extensive writeup on my intercept of the devastating EF-4 Henryville, Indiana, tornado, in my Stormhorn blog, so I'm not going to say much about it here. I'll just mention that it was the worst storm in the record-breaking March 2, 2012, outbreak, and I thought you might take an interest in the video I shot as the tornado formed and intensified near Palmyra. Here it is.