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By: OrangeRoses , 12:42 PM GMT on October 24, 2010

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Saturday was mostly cloudy & cooler. There was some thunder at mid afternoon but only 2 tenths of an inch of rain until sunset. Then, from 6 - 8:30 PM 8 tenths of an inch fell along with some strange sounding thunder and several power outages.

Local TV showed a tornado watch for NorthEast Texas during this time(before my power went out) and the direction these thunderstorms moved was to the NorthEast.

Speaking of tornadoes, we now have a Tornado Watch until 10 PM Sunday 10/24/10 — tonight! The earlier posts above were entered 7 hours ago.

Monday 10/25 Update

We have a Lake Wind Advisory from 10 AM until 7 PM today.


There may have been at least one tornado SouthEast of my area during the long ordeal but no reports yet until someone investigates damages resulting. It rained 2 tenths of an inch starting at sunset — 6:30 in the evening yesterday. This was heralded by a 40 mph wind gust, no thunder, and an 8 degree temperature spike that ended 15 minutes later with temps back to their normal diurnal drop while it rained lightly — 0.17 inches in 30 minutes.



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