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An Easter To Remember

 

April 16, 2020

Dispatch

Tornadoes flattened homes

There is something inherent about listening to those things that let us know when ominous weather is headed our way. Long before Doppler Radar came on the scene, nature has always given us signs of when bad weather is approaching. Dark ominous clouds are usually the first warning, followed by a sudden drop in the temperature. Ever notice that the birds seem to disappear? Even though we can get updates on incoming bad weather, it is when we look to the heavens, and can almost instantly realize that bad is about to happen-somewhere. It happened all over the South Easter Sunday, and Northeast...



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