Tornado/storm watch: #Euclid!/HarrietBaldwin/status/283616382824886272

While many Americans woke up to a white Christmas, residents in southern states are bracing for tornados. Texas is on high alert as snowstorm Euclid passes through. Yes, snowstorms have names now.

Storm 15 mi NW of Liberty TX in northern Liberty County now has a tornado vortex signature. #txwx #euclid

— TWC Breaking (@TWCBreaking) December 25, 2012

Starting the day off warm and humid in Louisiana! Storms on the way! #lawx #stormchasing #Euclid

— Jason Cooley (@DrTornadoCooley) December 25, 2012

Tornado-warned cell now crossing US-69 some 8 to 16 mi NW of Lufkin, TX. Radar: #euclid #txwx

— ㅤ (@tajarz) December 25, 2012

Since when do we name winter storms? #euclid?

— Doug Ledbetter (@dougledbetter22) December 25, 2012

TWC is giving names to winter storms now? Why? #unnecessary #Euclid #alwx #mswx #lawx

— Joel Aldridge (@tanjabama) December 25, 2012

Pray for those affect RT @twcbreaking: Pair of potentially tornadic supercells near Crockett, TX: #euclid #txwx

— Sonya M Alexander (@SonyaMAlexander) December 25, 2012

Downed power lines across the road have closed I-45 on the north side of Huntsville, TX.#euclid #txwx

— TWC Breaking (@TWCBreaking) December 25, 2012

The #weatherchannel has been rather hokey lately. Anybody else annoyed with the new winter storm names? #Euclid

— LLKirstieBean (@LLKirstieBean) December 25, 2012

The Weather Channel will be LIVE on the air until at least 11pm WEDNESDAY to track #Euclid & the #tornado threat for the south

— Shawn Reynolds (@WCL_Shawn) December 25, 2012

Funny name or not, forewarned is forearmed. To all our readers in the tornado zone, take care and stay safe!


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