It was found that the TDWRs, which have lower and more frequent lowest elevation scans and higher spatial resolution due to their narrower beamwidth, often provided important details on storm structure that were not evident in data from the WSR-88D. In one dramatic case, the WSR-88D showed an HP supercell with a strong, broad rotation while the TDWR showed fine-scale vortices pivoting around the larger-scale mesocyclone. Based on post event damage surveys and witness reports, the location of these fine-scale vortices matched at least two areas of significant tornado damage (EF1 and EF2). In the other cases, important radar signatures (hook echoes, debris balls) were evident in the TDWR reflectivity data but not with the WSR-88D. These cases demonstrate the benefit of including TDWR information in thunderstorm monitoring and warning decision making.