Big Storm to Provide Excessive Hail and Twister Risk… Serious Weather MAYHEM Continues!

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Intense Temperature will return to the Northern Plains, Midwest, Ohio Valley, and Northeast! Harming winds, big hail, and tornadoes will all be threats about the following a number of times. This is anything that YOU need to know!

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  1. Y'all I'm in middle Tennessee. WATCH YOUR LIVESTOCK. I'm currently treating chickens for heat stress, and saying something here because it doesn't "SEEM" to be that hot today. If you have chickens, symptoms of heat stress are: weird coloring of wattles and combs, panting and lethargy. If your birds are showing signs, they need IMMEDIATE assistance- submerge them in cool water up to their necks, and offer electrolytes. Straight powerade is really good for them in a pinch. Edit: the birds in trouble here have been brought into the house. That's how serious this is.

  2. I live 30 minutes from Bloomington Indiana (Bedford). Thanks for the forecast. It’s starting literally right now and I just got here to see if you were live or had posted anything. I appreciate you getting on here posting weather for us!

  3. I can't believe the weather that Maryland has been having lately. I lived in Maryland for 42 years, and though we do get severe weather and even tornados sometimes, it has never been this frequent before. I moved from Maryland to north east Kentucky about 8 months ago, and I am constantly having to call my family members and check on them, which thankfully the worst thing that they have suffered thus far is power outages. I pray that everyone is able to be safe and out of harms way of these storms. I feel that we can not rely on what we have experienced in the past to inform us on what we will experience now, or in the future when it comes to how the weather is in ones area. Be prepared for anything.




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