DOW detection history told us tornado's highest winds are almost always under 50m, sometimes under 10m or even lower. 88D radar have no ability to detect actual wind speed in tornados and even DOW/RaxPol often undersampled tornado's max wind in very short range because most tornados' max wind area are way too small for radar's range solution. What we have is a empirical formula associated with rating and 88D radar Vrot/TDS height but It has no relation to the actual wind speed of tornados in ground level. And It is highly effected by the distance between tornado and RMW. But Bremen certainly had one of the most phenomenonal radar performance in the history. It was over 42 miles away from KHPX and the It was not as wide as like El Reno13.is it safe to say that the mayfield tornado was so powerful that it didnt really matter much that radar was looking 3000+ high at it? im pretty sure it was strong enough and so well organised that there wouldnt have been that much of a decrease in velocities at ground level. right?