Storm Photos: The First Day Of June!

Hail falls in Roseville near Garbolino Park. (Credit: Debbie Camillio)
Roseville Hail Hail falls in Roseville near Garbolino Park. (Credit: Debbie Camillio)
A photo of dark clouds over Rancho Cordova from Mather Field. (Kathy Henion)
Mather Field, Rancho Cordova Storm, CBS13 Viewer A photo of dark clouds over Rancho Cordova from Mather Field. (Kathy Henion)
A photo of dark clouds over Rancho Cordova from Mather Field. (Kathy Henion)
Mather Field, Rancho Cordova Storm, CBS13 Viewer A photo of dark clouds over Rancho Cordova from Mather Field. (Kathy Henion)
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A photo of the sky over Citrus Heights shows extremely dark clouds ahead of a bright sky.
Dark Clouds Loom Over Citrus Heights A photo of the sky over Citrus Heights shows extremely dark clouds ahead of a bright sky.
Dark clouds loom over Citrus Heights. (CBS13 Viewer)
Dark Clouds Over Citrus Heights Dark clouds loom over Citrus Heights. (CBS13 Viewer)
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Two Roseville residents greet the first day of June with open arms. (CBS13 viewers)
Roseville Storm Photo, CBS13 Viewer Two Roseville residents greet the first day of June with open arms. (CBS13 viewers)
Hail falls in Roseville near Garbolino Park. (Credit: Debbie Camillio)
Roseville Hail Hail falls in Roseville near Garbolino Park. (Credit: Debbie Camillio)
A funnel dips from the clouds near Davis on June 1, 2011. (David Greenwald)
David Greenwald, Davis Tornado A funnel dips from the clouds near Davis on June 1, 2011. (David Greenwald)
A funnel cloud drops from the sky near Yuba City on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Jennifer and Jack Haight)
Yuba City Tornado A funnel cloud drops from the sky near Yuba City on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Jennifer and Jack Haight)
A tornado that was photographed near Live Oaks on June 1, 2011.
Live Oak Tornado A tornado that was photographed near Live Oaks on June 1, 2011.
Yuba City residents watch as a tornado touches down outside of town on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Angie Owens)
Yuba City Tornado Yuba City residents watch as a tornado touches down outside of town on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Angie Owens)
Bystanders snap photos of a funnel cloud northeast of Yuba City on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Jenny Keen)
Yuba City Tornado Bystanders snap photos of a funnel cloud northeast of Yuba City on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Jenny Keen)
A lightning strike split open what a viewer called a 65-foot-tall tree at about 4:45 p.m. in Orangevale. (Credit: Russ Crocco)
Orangevale Lightning Strike A lightning strike split open what a viewer called a 65-foot-tall tree at about 4:45 p.m. in Orangevale. (Credit: Russ Crocco)
A funnel cloud appears near Live Oaks on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Brian Palmer)
Live Oaks Tornado A funnel cloud appears near Live Oaks on June 1, 2011. (Credit: Brian Palmer)

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