SMITH COUNTY, Kansas (CNN) - Video captures a glimpse inside a tornado after storm chasers in Smith County, Kan., ended up wedged inside one.
They were inside a specialized tank-like machine called a "Tornado Intercept Vehicle."
They say wind speeds were up to 170 mph -- strong enough to blow open a hatch and a door, and rip instruments off the roof. Luckily, it stayed on the ground.
The National Weather Service received reports of 16 possible tornadoes in Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, and Colorado on Monday.
ALERT: RIDOT is urging drivers to take is easy on the roads Tuesday night after a light snow is causing some slushy road conditions.
Providence has put its development permitting process online in an effort to make it easier to do business with Rhode Island's largest city.
A witness for a child advocacy group challenging Rhode Island's child welfare system says the average foster family in the state needs 72 percent more financial aid than what the state provides.
RI prison officials travel to Washington next week to discuss investigation into hiring practices.
Keep your family safe with this vital information from Cumberland Hill Fire Department.