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May 29, 2013 Severe Storms
A dryline, which had been responsible for severe weather the day before, stalled over the Central Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles on Wednesday, May, 29.  Storms began to develop along this dryline by mid-day and many quickly become severe as they moved eastward. Hail up to the size of hen eggs (2 inches) and wind speeds up to 70 mph were reported.  In addition, there were numerous reports of funnel clouds and a report of limited visibilities due to blowing dust with a gust front that preceded a line of storms in the southeastern Texas Panhandle.
April 26, 2012 Severe Reports
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For information on severe weather on May 28, see our web story on that event here.