Storms are all in a day's work at Fort Worth's National Weather Service office - by Steve Campbell - Star-Telegram

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FORT WORTH -- Heaven was seemingly raining money, with dozens of reports of "nickels," "dimes," "quarters" and "half dollars" falling from the sky.

The hail scale also tallied numerous reports of golf-ball-size chunks of ice as an "unprecedented" outbreak of severe storms spawned at least nine tornadoes Tuesday night in Texas.

Inside the National Weather Service's Fort Worth office, near Northeast Loop 820 and North Beach Street, it was a "once-in-a-decade event" for a team of meteorologists who tracked the swarm of storms that started just south of Fort Worth and stretched to Waco and into East Texas.

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