Flooding and tornadoes are hammering a lot of people

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Prayers to them and I hope all THPers and their families are safe.
 

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Yes, prayers to them. I saw so far this year there have been 446 tornadoes in the U.S., more than double the normal amount.
 

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They are flying all around here. Nothing new to me as iv lived in Kansas / Missouri all my life.....but can be tense non the less. Incredible the sheer power they produce......
 

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Yes absolutely. My cousins in Northeast Jersey got a tornado possibly up there, did some damage to their old school. Just craziness, stay safe everyone!

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No damage last night from the one that was close to us ( about 4 miles away) but lots of damage east of us around the Lawrence and Kansas City areas. Mother Nature is a powerful beast.
 

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This year in a general has been ultra-weird as far as weather goes - everywhere. Stay safe THP.
 

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No damage last night from the one that was close to us ( about 4 miles away) but lots of damage east of us around the Lawrence and Kansas City areas. Mother Nature is a powerful beast.
I'm glad it didn't get closer to you all. We had sirens go off twice a couple weeks ago but it didn't seem too close to us thankfully.
 

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