This poster will focus on the horizontal structure of two short lived, relatively weak tornadoes using data collected by the two Texas Tech University Ka-band radars during the VORTEX2 project. The two tornadoes that will be examined in this study are the May 18, 2010 tornado near Stinnett, TX and the May 25, 2010 tornado near Tribune, KS. The evolution of the vortex structure will be diagnosed using the Ground- Based Velocity Track Display (GBVTD) technique of Lee et al. (1999). The appropriate scaling of tangential winds outside the radius of maximum wind for these weak tornadoes will be discussed as well as the variability of radial flow. In addition, the swirl ratio of the Stinnett tornado will be calculated and placed into the context of current conceptual models.