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ift.tt/2ftIp0n - #Tornado near Big Spring, #Texas on May 5, 2015 shot by our own @btsullivan91. #weather
Some quite chilly air moving into the S. Plains this morning with a hard freeze out in the PHs and SW KS.
ift.tt/2eZlcmh - A whale’s mouth, the underside of a shelf #cloud of an advancing line of storms, in Sout…
Weather looks nice...and boring. I mean, if you are into that sort of thing it's ok I guess.
"A Long Day" -- The Team Chases Tornadic Supercells in the TX Panhandle and W OK, 4/16/15: youtu.be/q5GS-40VH4A?a via @YouTube
Yeah, some places saw 20s this morning in OK. #FallChill
"Moderate Risk" -- Storm Chasers Chase During the First Big Chase of 2015: youtu.be/t57J5X5ugRs?a via @YouTube
Another storm for your timeline. Early Autumn severe storm over #OKC. September 17, 2016.
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Here's a tornado in your timeline. This one north of Cherokee, OK on April 14, 2012.
November not yielding to winter or cooler weather on a consistent basis just yet it looks.
"The Band Back Together" - Tornado in SE Kansas on April 2, 2015: youtu.be/t9Nakm2r5Bg?a via @YouTube
Oklahoma: I don't care who you vote for tomorrow...just as long as you vote!!!! Weather looks fine
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Large area of rain moving east and north through the region today. Some of us getting some decent rainfall totals.
5.3 Earthquake centered just W of Cushing, OK.
A couple areas of storms around the region this AM. Expect showers and storms to slowly slide east next two days.
Rain developing in the region/moving into the region. Will be a wet 36-48 hours in the region. We'll take it.
ift.tt/2evcaiN - #Supercell #thunderstorm just prior to producing an#tornado near Walters, #Oklahoma. May…
Line of strong storms from S OK into N TX. Lots of lightning, strong winds, heavy rain likely.
Winds to 60 mph and quarter size hail possible as storms move into Wichita Falls.
 
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