Friday, June 17, 2005

This was on our television last night. See that little white dot in the center of the state? That's where I live. Looks ominous, doesn't it? The Oklahoma news stations have such fantastic equipment now they know every detail of a storm as it approaches. For instance, the weatherman can just click anywhere on the map and wind speed at that spot will appear. This storm had winds around 50 miles and hour and, of course, there is always the potential for tornadic activity in Oklahoma, so the network stations were on the air with these maps from 8:00 until sometime after midnight when I fell asleep on the couch. (I was the designated weather watcher last night). The outcome, we had a heavy rain with high winds and everything is just fine.
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