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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT - This was just one of several tornadoes on the ground on Thursday. See more photos/video her… https://t.co/0ZMAQYcWdR

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The flooding in #McAllen today came after a week of wet weather, but also from a record amount of rain for the day… https://t.co/tqqmxdd3Mo

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TEXAS FLOODING - This is one way to get around flooded spots! The threat for flooding continues across the southern… https://t.co/yu5UQDbQ8d

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TOP VIDEO OF THE WEEK - Check out this sped up progression of the tornado that moved through Stoddard County, MO on… https://t.co/ozOaM5l6F2

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ANOTHER LOOK - Here's a second view of the stovepipe tornado that moved through Missouri earlier today! #mowx https://t.co/y6gR5GCFS6

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Confirmed tornado: Several people in southeast Missouri saw this tornado earlier in the evening (around 6:20 p.m. T… https://t.co/BwVMQDMWO2

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This tornado yesterday in Perry, Iowa has officially been rated an EF-0 with max winds around 80 mph and no injurie… https://t.co/yUiSyxNfaa

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We hope this man is okay after numerous reports of submerged cars in McAllen, TX. This is one of many communities u… https://t.co/BlqxcwurQJ

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Here's an awesome capture by @jeffmorrisAR in northeast Arkansas of a tornado-warned storm earlier today. #ARwx https://t.co/kAYPl1OxbW

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There's another area to watch for development in the Eastern Pacific, continuing an active start to the season ther… https://t.co/8hQcLWRfqX

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CAUGHT ON CAMERA - Check out this eerie video of a tornado near Darlington, ID earlier today...watch as at the end… https://t.co/cB1k8Q1MDc

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Texas Governor @GregAbbott_TX has announced a disaster declaration for 6 counties in Texas. Meteorologists at… https://t.co/yT3Kg8nkNw

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RT @NWSDesMoines: We surveyed minor tornado damage just west of Perry this morning. Rated EF0 with mainly sporadic tree and crop damage. No…

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EARLIER TODAY - At least one tornado confirmed near Yates City, IL Thursday afternoon...with an continued threat fo… https://t.co/GPH1E0bA85

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Wow, that's a lot of rainfall in Texas this week so far... #TXwx https://t.co/FYwLcu2yw5

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#BREAKING: Severe T-Storm Watch has been issued for parts of the Central U.S. through 9 PM CDT. https://t.co/ZOw6O98z5E

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Feels a bit chilly across the Northeast on this first day of summer! You can thank the "Back Door Cold Front" for t… https://t.co/OLRlU4znGC

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STATE OF EMERGENCY declared for @CityofMcAllen by Mayor Jim Darling due to severe flooding. #McAllen #TXwx https://t.co/yh1RjBoqU2

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