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  • Cj Donovan

    heavy storm | tornado funnel

  • Joyce Poppen

    Her extreme fear of tornadoes because of the stories her dad told her when he was a kid and as a child babysitting my brother's children she saw the black clouds and called her dad to come for she new it was a tornado, it was all over by the time he got there. I have seen several of these in my life time and remember one going right down that road of trees in our yard takig out the first trees and following down our long driveway on the farm and cutting across the slew picking up water as it speed by. When you see one of these in the darkness of night due only by the lighting of lightning not far away you just completely freeze and don't know were to go or what to do.

  • Michayla Marsh

    i love storms and mother nature if i didnt have kids i would have been a storm chaser

  • Josue Peñalba

    The Sky Before Hurricane Katrina Hit

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