Turbulent April Weather

(credit: Dennis Rodriguez)
Funnel Cloud (credit: Dennis Rodriguez)
Funnel Cloud Alan Sanchez
Funnel Cloud Alan Sanchez
Funnel Cloud as seen from the Plaza Hotel
Funnel Cloud as seen from the Plaza Hotel
Funnel Cloud from CBS Viewer
Funnel Cloud from CBS Viewer
Funnel Cloud from K. Hollinger
Funnel Cloud from K. Hollinger
Funnel Cloud as seen from Manteca from Carol Littlejohn
Funnel Cloud as seen from Manteca from Carol Littlejohn
Shot of funnel cloud taken from the Costco Shopping Center in Manteca looking toward Lathrop. (credit: Robert N. Neil)
funnel cloud Shot of funnel cloud taken from the Costco Shopping Center in Manteca looking toward Lathrop. (credit: Robert N. Neil)
Damage from a tornado that touched down southwest of Stockton. (credit: CBS13)
tornado Damage from a tornado that touched down southwest of Stockton. (credit: CBS13)
Damage from a tornado that hit southwest of Stockton. (credit: CBS13)
tornado Damage from a tornado that hit southwest of Stockton. (credit: CBS13)
Debris piles up at a home in San Joaquin County after a tornado touched down there. (credit: CBS13)
house damage Debris piles up at a home in San Joaquin County after a tornado touched down there. (credit: CBS13)
Debris piles up at a residence in San Joaquin County after a tornado touched down there. (credit: CBS13)
house damage Debris piles up at a residence in San Joaquin County after a tornado touched down there. (credit: CBS13)
Hail collects outside a home in Escalon. (credit: Patti Stanley)
hail puddle Hail collects outside a home in Escalon. (credit: Patti Stanley)
(credit: Jackie Perez)
Storm clouds over Yuba City (credit: Jackie Perez)
Pounding puddles In Manteca after the flash floods. (credit: Jerod Popejoy)
puddles Pounding puddles In Manteca after the flash floods. (credit: Jerod Popejoy)
Hail in Lincoln backyard - hard to see but the area was flooded - also hail about the size of BBs. (credit: Debi Bidelman)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln backyard - hard to see but the area was flooded - also hail about the size of BBs. (credit: Debi Bidelman)
(credit: Debi Bidelman)
Lincoln hail (credit: Debi Bidelman)
On front lawn, pea to penny sized hail. N-E Stockton. (credit: Phillip Cox)
Stockton hail On front lawn, pea to penny sized hail. N-E Stockton. (credit: Phillip Cox)
On front lawn, pea to penny sized hail. N-E Stockton. (credit: Phillip Cox)
Stockton hail On front lawn, pea to penny sized hail. N-E Stockton. (credit: Phillip Cox)
(credit: Luke Triano)
clouds (credit: Luke Triano)
(credit: Luke Triano)
flower (credit: Luke Triano)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
Lincoln hail Hail in Lincoln on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Sukhi Sembhi)
(credit: Luke Triano)
storm puddle (credit: Luke Triano)
Rain comes down in the back yard of a Yuba City on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Lori Danby)
Yuba City rain Rain comes down in the back yard of a Yuba City on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Lori Danby)
Hail collects in the back yard of this Yuba City home. (credit: Jaquline Perez)
Yuba City hail Hail collects in the back yard of this Yuba City home. (credit: Jaquline Perez)
Friday April 13, 2012 - at Pioneer (4,000 ft) 8 inches at 9 a.m. (credit: Paul Bourgeois)
Pioneer snow Friday April 13, 2012 - at Pioneer (4,000 ft) 8 inches at 9 a.m. (credit: Paul Bourgeois)
Friday afternoon's storm left a marvelous double rainbow over Lincoln Avenue in Carmichael. (credit: Richard Duerksen)
rainbow Friday afternoon's storm left a marvelous double rainbow over Lincoln Avenue in Carmichael. (credit: Richard Duerksen)
Friday afternoon's storm left a marvelous double rainbow over Lincoln Avenue in Carmichael. (credit: Richard Duerksen)
rainbow Friday afternoon's storm left a marvelous double rainbow over Lincoln Avenue in Carmichael. (credit: Richard Duerksen)
Friday afternoon's storm left a marvelous double rainbow over Lincoln Avenue in Carmichael. (credit: Richard Duerksen)
rainbow Friday afternoon's storm left a marvelous double rainbow over Lincoln Avenue in Carmichael. (credit: Richard Duerksen)
A rainbow as seen from North Highlands on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Kim Hurn)
North Highlands rainbow A rainbow as seen from North Highlands on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Kim Hurn)
Sun breaks through the clouds over North Highlands on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Kim Hurn)
Clouds over North Highlands Sun breaks through the clouds over North Highlands on Friday, April 13, 2012. (credit: Kim Hurn)
Hail found in my yard in northeast Stockton. It had already started melting by the time I got home 15 min or so after the storm. (credit: Todd Foss)
Stockton hail Hail found in my yard in northeast Stockton. It had already started melting by the time I got home 15 min or so after the storm. (credit: Todd Foss)
Huge hailstorm in the Citrus Heights area on Friday, April 13, 2012, produced dime-sized hail. (credit: Cory Lawrence)
Citrus Heights hail Huge hailstorm in the Citrus Heights area on Friday, April 13, 2012, produced dime-sized hail. (credit: Cory Lawrence)

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