Wednesday, May 7th brought another slight risk of severe weather in Southern Oklahoma and Mother Nature didn't disappoint. After driving down to just south of Lawton, OK, the first storm popped up and raced quickly to the north. With just about every storm moving to the north at warp speed, we decided to travel south down near Wichita Falls, TX where a slower moving, more robust cell had taken shape. We caught up to it at Henrietta, TX and the show was incredible. Afterwards we moved north to Waurika, OK and caught another cell that ended up being tornado warned. It had incredible structure as well and showed lots of rotation. Ultimately it didn't drop a tornado, but the scenery was fantastic.
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