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The year 2017 has been and will continue to be extraordinarily CHALLENGING and BUSY for me. Blog entries will likely be even more infrequent than usual until all projects and issues are completed or resolved.

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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Tornado Season 2011

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Without much warning, Mother Nature can huff, puff, and blow your entire town all the way over into the next county. Tornadoes are downright devastating when they hit populated areas. While they can occur at any time of the year, springtime is the beginning of the peak tornado season. Daddy Bear and his family take tornado warnings very seriously and have a well-rehearsed plan.

Even if your house is left standing, a tornado can leave you without electricity and potable water for many days. Police may prevent you from leaving or entering your area. If you need help setting up your contingency plans, CLICK HERE.

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3 comments:

DaddyBear said...

My wife lived through the big tornado cluster of 1974 here in Louisville. So we definitely have a tornado plan in place, even if I sometimes think we pull the trigger a little too often.

James A. Zachary Jr. said...

Those events stay with you; in 1967 a cluster hit northern Illinois; the small town I grew up in was among those that got clobbered.

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
One of my earliest memories is peeking at a tornado several miles away from the door of Granny Burnett's storm celler. I don't know if Texas gets more toronados than any other state, but we are in the running.