June 20, 2012 Severe Storms
 
As a cold front pushed into the Panhandles the evening of June 20, 2012, severe thunderstorms developed along the cold front. In addition to hail up to the size of half dollars, a 90 mph downburst occurred on the north side of Sunray, Texas. Some of the most serious damage included a metal roof blown off a business and blown one block away into the street. In addition, an empty mobile home was flipped and a large moving truck was tipped on its side. Other reports of damage include several trees and tree limbs down as well as numerous power lines down.
June 20, 2012 Severe Reports
 
RADAR IMAGES

KAMA base reflectivity at 10:45 P.M. CDT KAMA base velocity at 10:50 P.M. CDT. Greens represent movement towards the radar; reds represent movement away from the radar. The radar is located south of this image.
 
STORM IMAGES (all images courtesy of Tommy Brooks, Moore County Emergency Management)
metal roof blown off
The metal roof blown off a business and blown nearly a block away into the street More of the same roof
Empty mobile home was flipped A large moving truck was tipped on its side
 
A garage door was blown out... ...and another one was blown in. 

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