Roy Davis, center, and some local high school students, clean up the remains of his sister-in-law Aline McCormack's game room building Thursday afternoon, March 4, 2004, in Moran, Texas. High winds blew apart the light building, sending it and its contents across the yard and into a neighbor's tree. No one was injured.
An overturned trailer is marked "4 SALE," after high winds came across Lake Lawtonka and ripped through the area Thursday, March 4, 2004, near Lawton, Okla.
A sheriff's deputy walks through debris after storms with high winds tore through the town of Copeville, Texas, Thursday, March 4, 2004. Several trailer homes were destroyed and there were a few minor injuries reported.
The Rev. Glenn Shock, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Seymour, Texas, walks through what used to be the indoor gymnasium at the church facility after strong storms blew down two walls of the structure Thursday, March 4, 2004.
Johnny Davis stands near the 18-wheel livestock hauler that he was driving when it was blown over by high winds Thursday, March 4, 2004, south of Wall, Texas, on U.S. 87. Davis was carrying 31 head of sheep to Fredericksburg, when the accident occurred. Two of the sheep were killed but Davis was uninjured.
Richard Frary, 61, of Avoca, Texas, takes photos of his trailer, which was overturned and smashed by strong winds Thursday, March 4, 2004. Frary had purchased the trailer a week earlier and was getting ready to move in. A tornado warning was issued for the area around noon.
A signal light was blown down at Griffin and Ervay Streets by high winds when storms blew through Dallas, Thursday, March 4, 2004.
Students at Cameron University look at a cars damaged Thursday, March 4, 2004, after a severe thunderstorm packing high winds ripped the roof off a concessions building and hurled the debris into the parking lot.
Ricky Ray of Dallas, looks at his car on Interstate-35 in Dallas, Thursday, March 4, 2003, following a multiple car pile-up during heavy rainstorms that rolled through north Texas.
Deborah Childs assesses the damage to the cover of her vehicle after high winds blew a portion of the roof from Pancho's Mexican Buffet onto her truck, during a wind and rainstorm, Thursday March 4, 2004, in Killeen, Texas.
Patrick Bradley of Whitewright, Texas, stands in the cab of his tractor-trailer rig after it flipped during a severe thunderstorm on U.S. 287 near Electra, Texas, Thursday, March 4, 2004. Heavy rain and strong wind swept across Texas and Oklahoma on Thursday, downing power lines, flipping mobile homes and uprooting trees.
Keely Nickell, right, and Matthew Mays, center, a family friend, survey the damage to her overturned mobile home which sits on her property next door to her house in Breckenridge, Texas, Thursday, March 4, 2004. Nickell said she was huddled in the bathroom of her house with her 4-year-old daughter and saw the passing storm overturn the mobile home that she and he husband had been remodeling to rent out.
Utility workers assess the damage caused by strong winds and heavy showers that downed power lines Thursday, March 4, 2004 in Temple, Texas.
Oliver Mergerson stands in the backyard of his home after branches from nearby trees were blown onto two of his vehicles as storms moved through the area Thursday, March 4, 2004, in Seymour, Texas.