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May 9, 2005

Severe storms hit Texas on Mother’s Day; D.C. photos on display; WeatherBug’s Storm Chase 2005 ends; Okla. man heads out as guide for storm chasing tour group; Family helping scientists better understand hailstorms; Remembering tornadoes by planting trees, remembering loved ones who died 10 years ago; Another snowy Sunday in Colorado; Congrats Frank and Erin!

Stormy Sunday: Severe storms hit Texas on Mother’s Day: rain, damaging winds reported in central and eastern Texas | Storms move through Central Texas | SE Texas hit

Seasons Of Washington: CapitalWeather‘s Kevin Ambrose takes some great photos in and around D.C. He recently put his weather photos on display at a D.C. Barnes & Noble. A preview of the display, called “Seasons of Washington,” is in his WeatherBook photo gallery

Storm Chase 2005 Ends: WeatherBug’s Storm Chase 2005 ends without a tornado sighting (they came close), but the trip was reportedly “a huge success.” The real action over past few days: 60+mph winds along the North Carolina Coast all the way up to New England

Other Weather News: A Bartlesville, Okla., man is heading out on the plains in search of severe weather as a guide for a globally recognized storm chasing tour group, Silver Lining Tours. Full story

Family among those helping scientists better understand hailstorms: ‘Hail pad’ to determine hail’s size, density

Remembering tornadoes by planting 100 trees and remembering loved ones who died 10 years ago

Snowy Sunday: It was another snowy Sunday for some in Colorado. A storm was expected to bring 8 to 16 inches of snow to parts of north-central Colorado…

Frank!: And, finally, have fun in Mexico, Frank and Erin, and congrats on tying the knot on 5/7!

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited on Sunday (almost a Texas sweep!): 1. Dallas-Fort Worth 2. Houston 3. Austin 4. San Antonio 5. Minneapolis/St. Paul and Saturday: 1. Louisville 2. Dallas-Fort Worth 3. Boston 4. Minneapolis/St. Paul 5. Indianapolis … See the top 20 so far this month in the center column of our home page.

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