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Friday, April 29, 2011

Super Cell Tornado

The weather in Florida is unpredictable. Mostly the sky is so blue and the next, stormy like the picture below. It will change abruptly though. This picture was take last month. We just came from our errands and all of a sudden Tornado warnings was all over the news on TV. There was hail, half inch big and the dark sky cover most part of our area. There was a Tornado touchdown 2 hours away from us but, Thank God no lives was lost. Nearby county, trees were falling on the streets and some houses had minor damage. I was just sad today that from Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia and more, Tornado hit these states so bad on Wednesday April 27, 2011. The super cell hit the ground with 200/mph wind speed and as of today, more than 285 were dead and many were missing.

Today, President Obama surveyed the hard hit Tuscaloosa in Alabama. The last super cell that hit this place happen in 1930's so, the people here were caught off guard. So many lives lost because houses here has no basement. If you want to see the actual footage of this Tornado. Visit the link HERE, it's on the left side bar.

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