Saturday, April 10, 2010

Remembering Terrible Tuesday in Texoma 4-10-79

The Red River Valley tornado outbreak of April 10, 1979 is one of the most significant tornado outbreaks that ever occurred in western north Texas and southern Oklahoma. To commemorate this event, the National Weather Service in Norman, Oklahoma has complied a large amount of information including: tornado photos of the Wichita Falls, Vernon, Seymour, and Harrold, TX tornadoes; damage photos; images of radar and satellite data; other maps and diagrams of the event; and storm data for Oklahoma and western north Texas.

Take a look back at this day that ever changed parts of Texoma including it's biggest city Wichita Falls forever.

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