3 Stomping Grounds Hit In 3 Days; Stormy Night #2 In North Texas; Columbus May See 16th Big Weather Day; Storms Hit Tulsa, OK, Arkansas
A large part of Oklahoma saw severe weather today (story here), including Stillwater, where I spent my first 8 years of life. So, the three different cities I’ve lived in for the longest periods of time have been hit by severe weather in three consecutive days: Fort Gratiot, MI, on Monday (freak tornado); Fort Worth, TX, on Tuesday (86 mph straight-line wind and hail) and Stillwater, OK, today (hail and winds gusting to 80 mph).
Additional strong storms hit North Texas, including Dallas-Fort Worth, tonight, after more than 500,000 people lost power in Tuesday night’s more severe storm — a record number of outages for the area: Story and streaming radar from KXAS-TV, and watches and warnings map. More radars and cams in the Dallas/Fort Worth page
While Dallas/Fort Worth got its first real encounter with severe weather in recent days (nice images of yesterday’s storms are in this slideshow), residents in Columbus, Ohio are asking: Will severe weather hit area for 16th straight day?