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Bad Weather Last Night...

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Strplyr

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Hey,

Well, last night was very bad. The weather that is. Lignting was everywhere. And it lasted from about 3:00 pm all the way to 9:00 pm. Some people took some pictures of what it looked like. The thing is, they said it will continue to be like this through all the weekend.

Here is what some of it looked like around 4:00 pm...




This was before it all really started coming down to.
:waterwork
 

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skarz

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A few miles away from my place we just had some serious flooding. The town parks next to the rivers were flooded in 1-5 ft. of water in spots, and the fish were swimming through the parks! Could you imagine spearfishing in a town park :).
 
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