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Response to Omaha Steve (Original post)

Sat Apr 14, 2012, 06:27 AM

7. There were two Tornadoes


but the news people swarmed the affluent side of town leaving the news copters to remotely cover the east side damage.
The old Mistletoe Express building was partly destroyed and the Crucible across the street had some damage which they reported.
Roofing companies were on hand to pass out business cards and Gawkers clogged the streets
in the Jefferson and Longfellow school area making emergency response by the OG&E and ONG slow to respond to dangerous downed power lines and gas leaks on the narrow residential streets.

Sunday morning is fore-casted to be a severe tornado risk with conditions similar to patterns which produced F3E+ mezo-cyclones only last spring,lets hope it does not materialize.
I fear for the safety of the good people in the Ohio River Valley as the storm warning system is not as advanced as it is in Oklahoma and because of the potential severity of the storms.

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