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                   Monday, May 10, 2010 - 6:51AM CDT

Day 6: Oklahoma/Kansas

By DAN ROBINSON
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Update 9:59PM Monday, (Posted via Laptop from Tulsa, OK):
Near Medford, OK:


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Near Ponca City, OK:


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Update 5:41PM Monday, (Posted via BlackBerry from Hallett, OK):
Have seen at least 2 tornadoes in Oklahoma today. Still observing.

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Update 6:51AM Monday, (Posted via Laptop from Tulsa, OK):
Up early after a decent sleep, thanks to the lack of forecast thunderstorms in eastern Oklahoma tonight. If the lack of precip continues, that could make today's outbreak setup even more ominous by allowing greater instability to develop. Will be departing sometime late this morning.

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Was that Ponca City tornado from the northern cell or from the cell that blew up near Enid that went through Red Rock? I was on the Enid-Red Rock storm.
- Posted by Jeff D. from STL

Jeff, this was from the next cell down from the Medford-Wakita storm. The tornado in the last image was very brief - as the funnel lifted, the ground circulation hit some plowed dirt and raised a debris cloud for about 10 seconds. I'll post some video soon.
- Posted by Dan R. from El Reno, OK

Nice catch, congrats!
- Posted by Dann Cianca from Englewood (Inverness), Colorado

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