10 May 2003
Yes, yes, of course there are more tornado reports, but this time there was a tinge of irony to the story: the storm tracked across the northeast-side area where the major television stations are located, and managed briefly to knock two of them off the air. National Weather Service radio booted its automated voice off the air in favor of live coverage; it was no less useful than the TV reports, and frankly, how much murky, indistinct video can one person be expected to watch?
The good thing, of course, is that despite two nights of this (and a slight chance of a third), no one was killed, and relatively few were injured, by the effects of the storms.
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» Oklahoma Storms Redux from Dan and Angi Have Something to Say
I've gathered up some blog (and bloggish) coverage of our recent tornadoes to share with you, dear reader, because I haven't been much of a writer lately. Some of it is very poignant: The Sheltons account of the life at......[read more]