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Ominous Clouds And Thunderstorms Threaten The Tucson Area!

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On August 21, while there were severe thunderstorm warnings for the Tucson area, a menacing-looking cloud was spotted spinning in Pima County, Arizona.

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Ominous clouds are those that are capable of producing thunderstorms, hail, and tornadoes. They are typically tall and puffy.

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The Tucson area experienced severe wind and rain from the same thunderstorm that created the cloud. In some areas of Tucson, more than an inch of rain and 50 mph winds were recorded.

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Power outages and property damage were also brought on by the thunderstorm. There were reports of damaged trees and power lines.

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Residents in the Tucson region were advised to seek shelter after the National Weather Service (NWS) issued a severe thunderstorm warning.

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After a while, the thunderstorm subsided and the sun emerged. Although the thunderstorm caused some damage, nobody was hurt, according to sources.

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On August 23, there is a risk of thunderstorms in the Tucson area. More thunderstorms may occur in the upcoming days, so residents should be ready.

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