Most storms have no real damage threat at first, but some do. But most Meteorologists cannot guarantee anything but the rain is coming down in most storms. They depend on radars, and sattelites to help them determine if these storms have any threat possibility and warn us if they do. Some are even stronger than predictions readings even register by the time the alert hits the TV NEWS sometimes, because they can grow in minutes... some can drop a tornado before they at the station knows as well, and when that happens.... that is when REAL DANGER happens, usually within minutes, and these pictures show how that can happen so quickly. This storm below is one several of our staff and founder witnessed this past summer. It was a "Rain Rapped Tornado", west side of the County we were working in where we miles away east of this storm saw the tail curl and hit the ground a few times as it darted between the rain walls around the lower skirt of it. It also shown signs of "Sisters" trying to develop on the sides of it as well, which we reported to Emergency Operations in Rusk County, Texas, as well as Stephen Parr, Chief Meteorologist of Channel 12, Shreveport, LA.