posted on Aug, 9 2010 @ 07:03 PM
I have seen storms come in like that in Indiana over my lifetime. The cloud front is low and fast. The only thing you have to worry about is
microburst, and straight line winds. The fast moving front is riding on a thin surface layer of air. If the boundary becomes turbulent, then the high
speed moving air will dip down to ground level and rips thing to heck.
It is scary to be setting there, working in the building, with a light rain falling. No wind at all, just a gentle rain. There is some fast moving low
level clouds above, but you don’t think anything about it……….. Then………
You feel a slight breeze…….. You start to hear leaves rustle……… A sound starts coming down the valley sounding like a distant jet engine
coming up to power. You don’t even have time to get into the building and hide. All you can do is duck and take cover under what ever is around you.
About that time all the trees around you start lying over like they are in a hurricane and the sound is deafening, you can’t hear yourself scream.
You hear sounds of trees snapping, and see parts of trees fly through the air. In a few more seconds, the wind dies down as fast as it came up, and
everything just goes quiet….. You can see the tattered leaves and branches falling to the ground. All it’s left for you to do is get clean up the