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SUGGESTS INCREASING POTENTIAL FOR A REGIONAL SEVERE WEATHER EVENT...WHICH COULD INCLUDE SUPERCELLS
AND THE EVOLUTION OF AN ORGANIZED CONVECTIVE SYSTEM...ACCOMPANIED BY THE RISK FOR DAMAGING WIND GUSTS AND A FEW TORNADOES. GIVEN THE CONVECTIVE SIGNAL EVIDENT IN THE MODEL OUTPUT...CONFIDENCE IS SUFFICIENT TO DELINEATE A SEVERE RISK AREA ACROSS SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE GREAT LAKES REGION AND OHIO VALLEY FOR WEDNESDAY.
originally posted by: beezzer
a reply to: Grimpachi
I just think that with our reliance to electricity, warmth, shelter, we've grown more vulnerable to extremes in weather than we would have in the past.
originally posted by: Grimpachi
a reply to: beezzer
Well if you actually look at what happened 100 years ago there were multiples more people dieing from the elements back then as well. So I guess I don't really understand by what you mean by "taking in stride".
originally posted by: proob4
The last storm was crazy, last i heard 400,000 customers where without power. The clouds seen over Kalamazoo the other day where incredible.
Here are some pics I nabbed off Mlive.com