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Pretty big storm heading towards Indiana. There was a tornado spotted in Carmi, IL and that same super cell is moving towards Evansville. My dog is already freaking out which has me somewhat worried. Anyways everyone take care and be safe!
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Storm just got here. There has been a tornado touch down about 25 mins to the west of me as of now. Lights are flickering and the most creepy part is the sky is a red/orange color and the lighting is a greenish looking. They have spotted a funnel cloud in Evansville. So the people to the East and Northeast be careful tonight. We have the warning for another 30 mins after that I will get back on and let everyoen know how sever they can maybe expect.
just talked to my friend here who works at a news station. Trying to confirm a tornado that touched down about 8 miles from my house. Recorded around 90-100 mph winds. Trees and power lines are down all over the city and about 10,000 are without power. I hope everyone else made it though the storm ok!
Oaken said... (original post)just talked to my friend here who works at a news station. Trying to confirm a tornado that touched down about 8 miles from my house. Recorded around 90-100 mph winds. Trees and power lines are down all over the city and about 10,000 are without power. I hope everyone else made it though the storm ok!
Oaken said... (original post)
I feel you. Fortunately all is well here.
I checked on a friend late last night who had a live power line down in his backyard, and i rolled through campus on my way home. Most of the damage appeared to just be trees, but there were quite a few that were pretty big torn up out of the ground or broken at the trunk.
There were some injuries in town, but as far as I know, no deaths, thankfully. It's been a bad weather spring.
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