Raining Buckets

Today is the 40th anniversary of the April 3rd tornadoes that clobbered southern Indiana, southeastern Ohio and northern Kentucky.  I remember this day very well (I was 9 at the time) and tornadoes have terrified me every since.  My family lived in southern Indiana and one tornado jumped our farm and touched down in the field behind us to continue on its way.

If you want to learn how bad it was, click here and listen to some of the audio links.

With that in mind, the thunderstorms and rain bucketing down has me a little unnerved this morning.  Let’s just hope lightening and thunder is the worst we get.

2 Responses

  1. Cindy in FL Says:

    I hope so , too! Tornadoes are the worst. Have a good day in spite of the weather, okay?>

  2. Sandy O' Says:

    Rain? Is that the wet stuff that falls from the sky? Hmmmm… Nope, none here. We had 2 percent humidity Wednesday. This has been the driest winter for Southern Arizona yet.

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