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                   Thursday, May 30, 2013 - 5:00PM CST

DAY 11: Oklahoma storm structure day

By DAN ROBINSON
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Another long and exhausting chase today. I started in Guthrie, Oklahoma and ended up all the way in the extreme southern part of the state near Tatums. No tornadoes, but some nice storm structure at Tatums and later at Pauls Valley.

NEXT PLAINS CHASE: El Reno, Oklahoma EF5 tornado, May 31 >

Nice shots! I really like these kind of shots more than tornado photos, these are some real beauties!
- Posted by Michael from Mn

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