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An old folk name for this type of cloud formation is "mare's tails."
While meteorologists say a second derecho this summer can't be ruled out, it's unlikely another one would strike in the magnitude as last Thursday's storm.
One factor in making our air humid is the establishment of crops.
StormTRACKER Meteorologist John Wheeler looks at the general weather patterns.
Nature's beauty from a weather perspective
Most raindrops have a diameter between half a millimeter and four millimeters.

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Dust devils were plentiful at this time last year.
This summer, much of the Southern Plains will experience worsening drought conditions.
Billy Harp shares images of the grain storage in Tripp after derecho.

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Stormtracker Team
Jared Piepenburg
Jared Piepenburg
Robert Poynter
Robert Poynter

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