Anyway, the area was rapidly rotating and the vortices danced around each other for a while. Travis reported it. (0123 10 SSW EADS KIOWA CO 3835 10285 MULTI VORTEX NON CONDENSATION TORNADO ON THE GROUND FOR 2 MINUTES OVER OPEN LAND. (PUB)) That was our position, but what we were looking at was at about 5S Eads.
I would have liked to have been closer to "document" it fully, so I can't call it a documented tornado, but it probably was one none-the-less.
The two lines crashed together right over us at this point which made for extremely chaotic conditions directly overhead and to our south. There were areas of extremely rapid rotation, though they never quite tightened up into distinct funnels. There were gustnadoes everywhere at this point but it was hard to tell if any of them were fully involved with what was going on at cloudbase. I was videoing at this point as the wind was continuously blowing dust into our eyes and blowing my camera tripod over.
We left at this point as the precip cores congealed over us and we spent the next 45 minutes in core north of Lamar and then east of Lamar. We eventually came out after driving through 50kt northerly winds and shot lightning a bit before it all wound down. We headed home but stopped on the backside to shoot lightning near a flooded road. The winds were very strong out of the backside and quite warm... I would estimate between 75-80ºF with high Tds. The air was never really cool (though I would expect that from the "cold pool" behind the MCS).