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Beautiful yet terrifying images show Monday's storm as it arrived in Texas

Beautiful yet terrifying images show Monday’s storm as it arrived in Texas

May 18, 2021
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Texas is trending again for its wild weather, and we are not surprised. An outbreak of severe storms brought numerous reports of large as baseball hail, damaging wind gusts and a couple of tornadoes to the Texas Panhandle, West Texas and the Permian Basin on Monday, according to Texas […]

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Texas is trending again for its wild weather, and we are not surprised.

An outbreak of severe storms brought numerous reports of large as baseball hail, damaging wind gusts and a couple of tornadoes to the Texas Panhandle, West Texas and the Permian Basin on Monday, according to Texas Storm Chasers.

The National Weather Service says multiple days of heavy rainfall will likely continue to cause considerable flash and urban flooding impacts across portions of Texas, Oklahoma, western Arkansas, and extreme western Louisiana this week.

Many Texans in the Lubbock and Amarillo area shared photos and videos of the storm arriving on their Twitter and Facebook accounts, causing Texas to make waves on social media again (remember the snowstorm?).

Ed Cowsar tweeted photos of West Texas Weather in the span of 10 minutes on Monday.

Laura Rowe was also storm chasing in West Texas.

Texas Storm Chasers posted a video of a tornado in Sterling City.

Moments ago: Tornado wrapped in hail about 15 miles N of Sterling City, #Texas on Route 163. #txwx #tornado pic.twitter.com/uDHwnfELw7

— Texas Storm Chasers (@TxStormChasers) May 18, 2021

Here's a TikTok showing the Texas baseball hail (peep the cat running away like a track star).

On Facebook, Bryan Frisk showed beautiful yet terrifying images of the storm arriving in Amarillo.

The storms will continue, so send photos to us at mysa@mysa.com.

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