This looks similiar to what I saw.
The wind had been blowing hard all morning and the weatherman kept interrupting programs to announce tornado watches and warnings throughout the day. About 20 minutes before they'd announced a possible tornado in Dumas, Arkansas headed in our direction.
James went to the door to see if that storm had gone around us. He stood there a couple of seconds and then said in a quiet voice, "Come here, look at this." I looked out across the field in front of our house and there it was, pale grey, spinning and drifting, only a couple hundred feet above the ground and heading our way. As I watched, heart in my throat, it drifted up into the grey, swirling clouds, and then the hard rains came along with stronger winds.
I didn't even think to grab my camera but I doubt I'd have gotten a shot in those few seconds. I'm glad it didn't reach the ground. It made me about as nervous as I've ever been.