WDIIA – Monday, Apr 13, 2020 – Violent Storms


More in the series of What Day Is It Anyway?

We started getting weather warnings about the impending storms early yesterday morning. There was a line of strong storms headed our way. Before long, the entire state of N.C. was at an elevated risk level for high winds, flooding and tornadoes. We have learned to take these cautions seriously, especially when the storm passes in the overnight hours when most people are sleeping. Meteorologists were suggesting at least one person in the family stay awake in case of warnings.

I think in the big scheme of things we fared well. Others in our country were not so fortunate. The storm left damage and loss of life throughout the southeastern states. At least 22 people killed.

We had a lot of rain, some winds and a tornado warning at 4:00 am. I believe it was this line of storms that destroyed an industrial plant in Seneca, SC and damaged homes and downed trees along its path.

We are fortunate. Almost all of our family, spread out as they are, were in the path of the storm throughout the early morning hours. Thankfully, all came through unscathed.

I will pop in later to write another post perhaps. We did not get much sleep last night, so I may opt for an afternoon nap instead. I hope you are all safe and well.


14 thoughts on “WDIIA – Monday, Apr 13, 2020 – Violent Storms”

  1. I’m glad to hear that you made it through the storm, Maggie. I used to read or hear these reports on the news and think about the event. Now I tend to think “I wonder if that’s near where so and so lives?”

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    1. Thank you, Dan. I think the same thing now when I read about things that happen in diverse parts of the world. Our blogging community is far reaching.

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  2. Sorry to hear such sad news of the terrible storms, Maggie.
    And here we are complaining that the temperature dropped 12 C degrees from yesterday.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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