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Focus on Texas: Storms

This is the best way to see nasty weather, and you can almost hear the thunder

From snow and ice to tornadoes, droughts and hurricanes, Texans know extreme weather. These readers were quick as lightnin’ when bad weather blew through, and we’re thunderstruck by what has flooded in.

Steve Benson, Lyntegar EC: Lightning in Ropesville.

Laura Brewer, CoServ Electric: “Watching the storm roll in over the Gulf of Mexico.”

Reagan Ferguson, Central Texas EC: A May night under the full moon as a storm approaches, just north of Harper.

Web Extra: Linda Rae, Pedernales EC: “While traveling home from Colorado, my daughter and I followed behind this storm and finally closed in on it just past Dumas at sunset.”

Web Extra: Mike Prestigiacomo, Bartlett EC: Ranch storm.

Web Extra: Mark Campbell, Tri-County EC: “These berries brightened the landscape despite the winter blast.”

Web Extra: Karen Fulghum, Bandera EC: “Approaching storm on Aransas Bay.”

Web Extra: Jan Howard, PenTex Energy: A stormy October evening.

Web Extra: Hillary Love, MidSouth EC: This was captured April 19, 2015, just north of Hallettsville.

Web Extra: Will Huffman, Trinity Valley EC: Electrical storm.

Web Extra: Jeremiah Terry, Bandera EC: “A storm rolls in, swallowing a field of bluebonnets.”

Web Extra: Faith Caughron, Trinity Valley EC: “My daughter’s cat had been staying dry under my car when he realized he was being surrounded by water.”

Web Extra: Richard Haire, CoServ: A storm in Denton County, 8 miles west of Sanger.