(Matthew Cappucci/The Washington Post)
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Storm chaser sees thunderstorm form from wildfire
Capital Weather Gang’s Matthew Cappucci explains how a wildfire in Clarendon, Texas, helped give rise to a severe thunderstorm on May 11.
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