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Originally posted by Mermel
I am in N.C. and am glued to the TV. We have some bad stuff moving through! I don't remember this much severe weather in years! Really creepy and causing me to miss my much needed sleep tonight! Even the air feels heavy and thick!
Storms kills dozens in Alabama and southern US
Governors in Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee have each declared a state of emergency as Wendy Urquhart reports.
Severe storms in Alabama have killed at least 45 people, emergency officials have said, bringing the death toll to at least 59 in the southern US.
A huge tornado levelled parts of the city of Tuscaloosa, in Alabama, killing at least 15, as storms tore through southern states from Texas to Georgia.
US President Barack Obama has approved emergency aid for Alabama, including search and rescue assistance.
Eleven more people were killed in storms earlier this week in the South.
The storms also killed 11 people in Mississippi, two in Georgia and one in both Arkansas and Tennessee.
The current storm system was forecast to hit North and South Carolina on Wednesday evening, before making its way further north-east.
Governors in Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee have each declared a state of emergency as a result of the newest round of heavy winds, rains and tornadoes.
President Obama declared a state of emergency for Alabama, releasing federal aid money.
Originally posted by Misoir
Why does it have to be HAARP?
Originally posted by cybertroy
Where are you? I'm in Dublin.
This is certainly something keeping me from resting peacefully. I'm just so annoyed with it. Yes, we get tornado watches, but this is not really normal. We're not prepared for this stuff, because it happens so rarely we haven't had to worry too much about it.
I have a tendency to call "foul play on this." It feels a bit like terrorism. I sure as hell don't want FEMA in this area for any extended period of time. And, of course, it could be a natural thing. I shouldn't have to dig a storm shelter in this area of the country, though.