National Weather Service's plot of tornadoes so far today:
Naturally, the tornadoes we saw were in area with very poor cell coverage, so I was not able to tweet to the extent I wanted. That said, here is the spectacular supercell as it was just southwest of Medicine Lodge:
The rotating, lower part of the thunderstorm's base is called a "wall cloud" by meteorologists. You can see it in the foreground along with a funnel on the north (right) side. But, in the background, you can see -- through the rain -- a large tornado. I've outlined that area with the rectangle.
From the other side, here is what the tornado looked like. I believe these are at the same time, but have not been able to confirm it, so far.
I hope to be able to confirm all of this tomorrow -- it has been a long day.