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  • by texan Location: texas on May 10, 2011 at 10:27 AM
    Were is the all time record highs being broken comment box.
  • by Steve LaNore Location: KXII-TV on May 4, 2011 at 08:39 PM
    Friends, all available data points to a straight-line wind, and not a tornado. Here’s why: >>>The airport experienced the same storm with roof damage 10 minutes before it hit Denison proper. >>>A cold front has already passed hours before, making an unfavorable low-level temperature field for tornadoes. >>>I inspected the damage area; there was no CONSISTENT indication of a damage path with objects pointing one way on the north side of the damage zone and the opposite way on the south side. >>>Winds may have been to 70 or even 80 mph...and I can't swear it wasn't a tornado, but it was UNLIKELY to have been anything but a straight-line wind. Take Care...Steve
  • by layne drive Location: denison tx on May 2, 2011 at 09:16 AM
    In the interest of all of us on layne dr. We are all sad, tired and greatful that Sunday morning storms are past us. But we do think a small taornado hit our homes not straight line winds. The tops of the trees are twisted, the noises we hard and the enormous pressure on all our homes. All signs of a tornado. Maybe it didnt touch the ground but it tried to. The little white house on the corner behind the hair salon and dry cleaners was hit the hardest. They said it felt like a vaccum that pushed down and then lifted their home several times befor it was over. check your radar again between 530 and600 am
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      by Chickadee street on May 4, 2011 at 09:51 AM in reply to layne drive
      As for most of us off Lillis lane, believe it was a tornado also, It had to have winds stronger than 70mph, because the steeple on Parkside Baptist was built to stand 70mph or greater. alot of trees twisted or uprooted. I have never seen straight line winds twist and mangle as much damage as we have seen. Also dissapointed that not much said about it either.
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