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Post self-deleted by Gig em Aggies.

well in May 2016 a tornado hit the Wheeler Ridge Subdivision which received the most damage. At least 30 homes were damaged. in Bryan, Texas

here take a look ----> https://youtu.be/Kuu28dxobpI the tornado is across Highway 6 from a car dealership which is where this video was taken

Thank you for the invite again this year Raven Mail. We hope Texans will involve themselves in this fun event. We participated in 2006 and 2016. We are not sure who won last year, but if you want to see our entry, here is our entry for NewTexas Chili Con Queso:

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That is going to be hard to top, but we will try to think of something.

The Galactic Empire of South Aztlan wrote:What's with the Tornadoes hitting the Nuevo Laredo/Laredo area? In my life I've never heard of tornadoes hitting southern Texas before

Really? Somewhere I have pictures of a tornado scaring the Hell out of Brownsville and South Padre Island. I think is was in 1997 or 1998, but I'm not sure. It wandered out into the Gulf where it made a marvelous waterspout. San Antonio and the hill country get regular pressure washings. (Rain wrapped tornadoes.) As a rule they weren't all the hefty, F-0, F-1, maybe a low two. However in the 1997 season, Texas saw four F-5 tornadoes, the most famous of which ate Jerrell, TX. The rest were in fairly rural areas. Two of them were south of Austin and west into the Hill Country.

Perhaps the farther west one goes, the less likely one is to see the occassional twister?

South Aztlan

The Oppressed Peoples of Issues Test Bed wrote:Really? Somewhere I have pictures of a tornado scaring the Hell out of Brownsville and South Padre Island. I think is was in 1997 or 1998, but I'm not sure. It wandered out into the Gulf where it made a marvelous waterspout. San Antonio and the hill country get regular pressure washings. (Rain wrapped tornadoes.) As a rule they weren't all the hefty, F-0, F-1, maybe a low two. However in the 1997 season, Texas saw four F-5 tornadoes, the most famous of which ate Jerrell, TX. The rest were in fairly rural areas. Two of them were south of Austin and west into the Hill Country.
Perhaps the farther west one goes, the less likely one is to see the occassional twister?

That's cool, and wierd

Can't find the shots of the Brownsville tornado. This was my view of the Jerrell Tornado. About the time I snapped this, the ham radio operators tracking it said it was moving more or less south. As I was looking straight north, I stopped taking pictures and got the heck out of there.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/TVNews/Older%20Weather/Jarrell_Tornado.jpg

The Oppressed Peoples of Issues Test Bed wrote:Can't find the shots of the Brownsville tornado. This was my view of the Jerrell Tornado. About the time I snapped this, the ham radio operators tracking it said it was moving more or less south. As I was looking straight north, I stopped taking pictures and got the heck out of there.
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/TVNews/Older%20Weather/Jarrell_Tornado.jpg

Did you see the tornado that hit parts of Bryan last year?

The Galactic Empire of Gig em Aggies wrote:Did you see the tornado that hit parts of Bryan last year?

Nope. Wasn't in the state.

I refuse to vote for the poop emoji.

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