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                   Thursday, April 3, 2014 10:45PM CST

24 hours of storms and lightning in St. Louis - April 3

By DAN ROBINSON
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One of my longest storm observation days ever. More to come. For now, here is the highlight photo from the event, lightning and an arcus cloud incoming over downtown St. Louis as tornado sirens wail:

There are a few other images from the day on the Facebook page.

It was quite something to hear tornado sirens go off twice in one day. They went off at 5:30 in the morning and again at around 9 pm. The tornado threat was nowhere near as bad as expected, but there were at least 4 inches of rain.
- Posted by Tim

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