DeSoto TX 3:30pm Tornado Warning (thunderstorm clouds rain Spring sky ). Photo by Rescued77
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DeSoto TX 3:30pm Tornado Warning

Uploaded by: Rescued77

Tuesday April 3, 2012

DeSoto, TX (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Looking N. This was pulling in shreds of cloud. The place was loaded with tornadoes today. None for my camera today. Prayers for all who got slammed today- there's been a lot of damage. No reports of severe injuries or fatalities- that's something to be so thankful for!

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4. Rescued77
2:20 AM GMT on April 05, 2012
Thanks all! MTDisk, glad to hear all is ok with your family! Beanhead, it was a scary sky, and it was so unpredictable- where would the next tornado come down? Not where I was :-) And Proserpina, it's amazing, looking at the damage in some areas, to realize there were no fatalities and no serious injuries! I'll bet some of the folks were near scared to death though! I would've been!
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3. Proserpina
7:29 PM GMT on April 04, 2012
Definitely grateful that there were no fatalities.
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2. beanhead
3:25 AM GMT on April 04, 2012
Whoa! Scary sky!
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1. MTDisk
3:20 AM GMT on April 04, 2012
It certainly has been a weather worthy day in Texas!! Thankful my brothers and family are safe tonight in Arlington! Prayers for those not so lucky.
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Learned to love storms here in Texas! The big sky, long view make for incredible viewing as storms approach. And there's so much more to this beautiful state! Trees, flower and birds of so many kinds. The land itself is incredibly diverse- canyons, deserts, Pine woodlands, Oak woods, prairie both flat and rolling, rivers, lakes- I truly love Texas. i've thoroughly enjoyed seeing all the pictures posted here by so many folks with so many different perspectives and climates- what riches! "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your steps."

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