Monday, April 11, 2011

Brief Update

     Tonight sounds like a repeat of last Monday. A line of storms are on the western edge of the our county bearing down fast.

     Last week was straight line winds and we didn't lose power, but sometimes storms blow our lights to Georgia so I'm doing an update now just in case.
More later....I hope.

   LATER: Thankfully no tornados hit around here.  I looked out the back door just before the straight line winds hit and the pine and hickory were dancing in the wind. Off in the distance you could hear the constant roll of thunder. I tried to shoot a little video but on replay, it didn't look like much so I'll spare you.

  The temps will be cooler tomorrow so it's my intention to begin the cleanup work and prepping the house for painting. There's still a lot of work to do, but I feel good about where we are. I've set a goal of having all our renovation projects completed by the summer solstice.

  You can bet we'll have one heck of a party and you're all invited.

  All you folks to the north and east, keep your eyes to the skies.


7 comments:

  1. Stay safe! Keeping you in my prayers. We've been getting lots of them, too. Not liking too much, either :(

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  2. Sorry about the bad weather. I hope it is over soon with no damage.

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  3. Here's hoping the weather calms down!!! I'm looking forward to your summer solstice party! Yay! Take care
    x

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  4. yikes - it really sounds like ye're getting a doing over there. Beuatiful sunny weather here. Living in Cobh, Co.Cork, and first big liner of the summer came into harbour yesterday. There was a band on the pier, kids eating ice-cream - freezing tempertures forecasted for the end of the week though!

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  5. Happy no current tornadoes with your last storm...we had watches and warnings here a week or so ago. Some wind damage! Definitely the time of year to be watchful!

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  6. Glad you didn't get tornadoes. I don't think I could handle living with those.

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  7. Boy we are having the volatile stuff here too. it was 81 two days ago and 43 today! Hope it all settles down soon!!

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