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03-02-2012, 05:04 PM
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Severe Weather, everyone be careful

Tornado's everywhere, hope everyone is safe.

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Elm Hill just got dumped on for about 5 mins. Hail/Rain. All quiet now....

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Elm Hill just got dumped on for about 5 mins. Hail/Rain. All quiet now....
that's not good.

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I'm following Metro, Rutherford and Wilson counties through the scanner. PD, medical and trying to find utilities.

Lots of action happening.

I tried to get Dickson but can't pick up their signal.

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I love storms.

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Hope everyone is safe.

Also, eff hail. My March just became a whole lot more hectic.

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With all the severe weather around it hasn't even rained since about 9AM.

Edit: Then about 3 police cars, an ambulance, and 2 fire trucks go by my house.

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Stay safe, everyone.

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Campus cleared out QUICK today. At 2:30 the decision was made to shut campus down by 3pm. I got off at 3:15. Everyone was gone or leaving (spring break is next week)

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Everything's good out west finally. Nasty stuff, heard a transformer(?) blow when it was passing thru. Hope everyone's safe!

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I don't know these conditions. Here (Switzerland/Europe) we don't have this.

I wish you all good. take care.

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I don't know these conditions. Here (Switzerland/Europe) we don't have this.

I wish you all good. take care.
thank you brother

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Hope everyone is safe.

Also, eff hail. My March just became a whole lot more hectic.
You must work in insurance.

I do, and am not looking forward to Monday morning.

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I don't know these conditions. Here (Switzerland/Europe) we don't have this.

I wish you all good. take care.
Consider yourselves lucky! If you've ever seen The Wizard of Oz, the tornado is what blew Dorothy's house away.

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Take care!

When I was a freshman (I think 2008?) at Vandy, we had a tornado actually go down West End Ave right in front of campus. Was a small one, but pretty crazy for someone from the Northeast.

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Just wanted to pop in to say I hope all of you and your friends and families are safe.

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Just got home from hanging in my neighbors basement. All safe now, but was scary about 30 mins ago.

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Consider yourselves lucky! If you've ever seen The Wizard of Oz, the tornado is what blew Dorothy's house away.
hey .... hey ... hey ... some of us are moving to Kansas this summer.

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Take care!

When I was a freshman (I think 2008?) at Vandy, we had a tornado actually go down West End Ave right in front of campus. Was a small one, but pretty crazy for someone from the Northeast.
That's scary. My severe weather story is when I was a sophomore in high school. I was walking back from gym class during a storm and it turns out a few blocks away there was a gustnado. I then get to my biology class, soaking wet and my teacher asks me if it was raining outside. Closest I ever came to punching an authority figure.

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Out here, it was kind of like Hamlet: lots of buildup, all sorts of anticipation, five minutes of thunder, and then it crapped out at the end.

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Hope all is well up in your areas. We are now getting some storms down in the Birmingham, AL area. Sure don't want to go through a "last year's tornado" like experience again.

We had 8 huge trees down - just missed our house/cars but got our truck and 5th wheel camper (split the sucker in half!). Not fun at all but the 'good thing' about the camper - we were trying to sell it and we actually got more from insurance than we were asking for it prior to the tornado.

God bless and we'll be saying some prayers for those families in the midwest and south who lost family or homes the past couple of days.

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Not going to lie...the weather people here did a good job of scaring me. And the more I watched the weather channel and they went from a 70% chance of a tornado to a 90% chance, plus the temps rising to the 80's, the more worried I got.


Thankfully just heavy rain, a little thunder, and a few gusts of wind. Then the sun came out and I even saw a rainbow and a really nice sunset.


Northern Kentucky, southern Ohio, southern Indiana got it the worst. That looked like last April up there.


And this is only the beginning of MARCH!

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This stuff is so scary. My friend lives in Western Mass and the town he works in was leveled last year by a tornado. It's unbelievable how far tornadoes can travel.

Hope that everyone here got through it safely!

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hey .... hey ... hey ... some of us are moving to Kansas this summer.
Fort Riley?


well, Kentucky got clobbered, but southeast Indiana got it even worse

up here, roof was peeled off of part of the high school, the skating rink is demolished, and 4000 of us are still without power, including my house

but no injuries locally, so its all good...

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