A very marginal severe weather day took a shocking turn of events with a localized outbreak of large tornadoes west of Lubbock, Texas on the evening of May 23, 2022.
The video below shows 4 tornadoes from this one singular storm including two, large wedge shape tornadoes, as documented by Ohio Storm Chasers.
The next video shows several tornadoes between Morton and Levelland (west of Lubbock) captured by Max Olson:
A large dusty tornado developed near Morton and was captured by several storm chasers, including Live Storms Media and Texas Storm Chasers (in 4K):
A slow-moving storm system is expected to produce a multi-day heavy rainfall and flash flooding event across much of the Central to Southern Plains and Lower Mississippi Valley regions, NWS warns.
Severe weather may produce large hail and high winds, but also a threat of tornadoes, across Texas and spreading on Wednesday into the Lower Mississippi, Tennessee and Ohio Valleys.
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Featured image credit: Live Storms Media
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