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    Senior Member cinnya's Avatar
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    Wow the force of nature

    This picture was taking this afternoon around 3:45 in Oklahoma City , behind the storm.The picture was posted by our weatherman. http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...type=1&theater
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    Weird. Was that a snow storm or what? Great picture.
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    Smile Wow the force of nature

    WoW! what was that Christina? It looks like the eye of a hurricane, I'm sure it wasn't. Whatever it was, it looks pretty in a wierd way.

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    WOW!!!!

    Amazing, our youngest daughter lives in OKC with her two girls and hubby.
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    No snow storm .we had temperatures in the sixties early in the afternoon and then had a dryline come through with 60 mph winds.We in Lawton just got the duststorm, OK city got some rain, our weatherman said that the picture was taking behind the storm and what we see is is dust and rain.
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    Very unusual picture, it doesn't even look real.
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    Photos, like this one, are amazing. So much beauty, strength and even "evil" can be found by looking at photos. Thanks for sharing.
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    Weather is an amazing phenomenon - and the Plains States get a heavy dose of crazy storms. What a picture! Makes me glad to be here in the Pacific Northwest - mostly it just rains and rains and rains...
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    VERY impressive!!!! WOW!
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    It really was a weird storm! We were going through the Stillwater area around 5 and were battered by a "slush" storm. New one for me!

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