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Funnel Cloud, Minnesota

Northfield, Minnesota

Born in a bruising supercell, a funnel cloud looms beyond a cornfield.

See more pictures from the July 2012 feature story "Epic Storms."

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Photograph by Mitch Dobrowner

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