From Sunday: This is what a fast-moving thunderstorm looks like when it is about to hit. This storm generated tornados to the west (north of Joplin) and to the south (Northern Arkansas), but not here this time.
Today’s series of storms meant a storm headache for me, not all day, but as a sort of warning system before each line of storms moved through. Nothing big happened, at least not yet, but the heaviness and the headaches severely cut back on my […]
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