A supercell formed southwest of Lubbock, TX and moved Southeast along a boundary. What started as a small dusty tornado, quickly became a strong tornado, though remained shrouded in dust for much of its life. The timelapse at the end of the video shows the initial formation of the tornado. Also, after the tornadoes, we got hit by hail stones around tennis ball size, but only a few struck my car, luckily!
May 5th, 2019 Tahoka, TX Tornado
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