Tornadoes Spin Across Midwest; Rain Pauses Indy Race; Fort Worth Cats Makeshift Panoramic; All-Day Storm Cell Marches Into Tulsa
Tornado warnings dot a large part of the Midwest and Central Plains.
Last weekend, my wife and I saw a Fort Worth Cats baseball game at LaGrave Field in downtown Fort Worth. I had my handy Samsung/Sprint camera phone with me and couldn’t resist the great view of Fort Worth’s skyline, so I snapped a few shots with the intent of stringing them together and presenting a rather grainy panoramic pic that looks best in black & white… (click on it to see the full image in a new window):
Posted at 12:46 a.m. : The storm that will not go away, which formed east of Oklahoma City Saturday afternoon, is now in Tulsa after moving across northern Metro Oklahoma City and then moving south of Stillwater. Tulsa County is under a tornado warning, and live coverage of the storm can, at this moment, be heard streaming online at KRMG-AM via Radio-Locator. A story is available from KTUL-TV. Get the latest warnings and watches in the National Weather Service map for Tulsa area. Cams and radars are in the Tulsa page