An EF-3 tornado ripped apart about 30 percent of the small East Texas town of Van on Mother's Day evening. An aerial view from KLTV Channel 7 shows the almost 15-mile path of destruction that was done to homes, businesses and schools.
Yup, you're reading the map correctly. Between 4-7 inches of rain could fall in the Pineywoods over the next week. I don't know about you, but I've already gotten my riding mower stuck at least a half dozen times.
Kids may love it when East Texas gets sleet, ice or snow because it's usually a day off from school. But what about Mom or Dad? They might have to be at work no matter what and cancellations throw a wrench into things.
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