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In late March 2022, a mid-latitude cyclone took shape in the western United States. The system moved east, triggering multiple rounds of severe and tornadic storms. In the evening of March 21st, numerous tornadoes hit East Texas, including several near the Dallas and Austin metro regions. The next evening, storms pushed east, bringing severe weather and tornadoes into Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama. The most destructive being an EF-4 tornado that ripped through the St. Bernard Parish of New Orleans.
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A multi-day view of a line of storms trekking across the Southern United States.
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A mid-latitude cyclone kicking up dust and firing intense storms across the U.S. Southern Plains.