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Jun 10, 12 storm 8 (thunderstorm tornado clouds rain Spring city+skyline sky ). Photo by MNTornado
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Jun 10, 12 storm 8

Uploaded by: MNTornado

Sunday June 10, 2012

Shakopee, MN (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Last photo as it started to rain hard and this cloud was showing rotation. Time to duck inside.

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2. MNTornado
5:20 PM GMT on July 12, 2012
Thanks, it was frightening. I've seen more than my share of severe weather in my life time so I'm always on alert. The Spring was very wild, though you usually don't hear much about the severe weather in Minnesota in the National News. That flash flooding that did so much damage in the Norther parts of Minnesota is still being dealt with, but you seldom here about it. Almost 1/3 of the state was under water just from the 3 days of rain we got. In my 62 years, I've never even heard of a major flood even in Duluth, MN on Lake Superior.
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1. backwardguy
11:52 AM GMT on July 11, 2012
Great chronicle of this weather event! Looks a little frightning!
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Electronics Engineering Technician forced into retirement do to illness. Amateur photographer, expert in parrots with 35 years experience in raising them. Family man married to the same women for 40 years and one son. And someone who just enjoys looking at the beautiful things in life and trying to enjoy them as long as I can. Also I support my son's activities in TaeKwonDo which develops muscle and mental conditioning and discipline.

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