Some Type 2 Tornadoes

Misocyclone Tornado (No DPE--entire column gets stretched, TVS appears simultaneously through depth)

Please note, the example below shows non-supercell. However, a non-tornadic supercell can produce a misocyclonic tornado if it moves over a preexisting source of vorticity. In short, the tornado occurs not in the supercell cascade process, even though the storm is a supercell.

Development of multiple vortex misocyclonic tornado near Friona, TX (June 2, 2003) as supercell crosses an outflow boundary.

Misocyclone Tornado along Gust Front/Ouflow Boundary of Squall Line/Bowed Segment Line, June 2, 2003