Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

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    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

    Midwest tornadoes: Damage and rainbows left by the storm

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Lindsay Abrams is a staff writer at Salon, reporting on all things sustainable. Follow her on Twitter @readingirl, email labrams@salon.com.

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