It's been one hell of week for many communities in the Midwest and Southeastern United States, and with another very vicious day taking its toll on the far Eastern part of the U.S. Tuesday, the first serious outbreak of 2014 is a sinister reminder of how powerful nature is.
With an unusual weather pattern for this late in the year, the National Weather Service was right on the money with the designation of Sunday afternoon being a "high risk" for a tornado outbreak over the Midwestern states.
Do you ever think that weathermen are intentionally trying to make the weather scarier than it is? Do you think they're 'frightening' you into sticking around. We found one t.v. 'transition' that may prove all of your beliefs right. More after the jump.
So much for my peaceful Sunday night... What started out as a cool relaxing day has ended up with me having to make phone calls to make sure certain people are aware that there is bad weather going on and that other people are not out chasing the tornadoes!
Nature’s force is at times awe-inspiring, but often downright scary. A woman in West Liberty, Kentucky experienced this first hand when she captured footage of a huge tornado heading towards her direction.
The sun is out, no wind, and it is warm! I freaking LOVE this weather! It's funny to me how some people complain all summer that it is too hot, then winter rolls around and they complain that it is too cold.
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