bbbrrrr. . . the storms last night brought in some cold air. However it will get back up into the 80's and setting of more severe storms today.
Yesterday's storms here weren't as bad as they thought it would be. We got hail and straight line winds, and lots of rain. We only had 13 tornadoes in the State. Not too much damage. Gust-nadoes mainly. One couple pulled off the road and a tree flew across the highway, crushing the car. Killing the 2 in the front seat. Our only fatalities.
Our weathermen on every channel were jumping around all excited about the storms for most of the day. With the Reading and Joplin tornadoes everyone was a bit jumpy. But what they were seeing was "perfect storm" conditions that just failed to ignite over us. However OK, 2 hours south of us, got the worst of it.
We lost power. that was about the worst we saw, besides the zero visibility between the rain and wind.
The storms came through in stages. I was on the phone with Skippy waiting for the last storm to move through. She was a little upset with me because I kept saying how pretty it was. But thunderstorms are an awe inspiring sight at times.
That's the storm front you see.
and that's an annoyed rooster.
One more day of storms and then we get a 1 possibly 2 day break before we do it all over again.