Saturday, June 17, 2017

Open Blog - Weekend

Stay cool!


OrbsCorbs said...

I ate breakfast yesterday and then I laid back down. Didn't get up until just awhile ago. 24 hours of sleep with just pee breaks. I didn't feel tired but I assume my kidneys made that decision for me.

Anonymous said...

Shawano County cleaning up after storm !

Numerous reports of storm damage were still coming in to the Shawano County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday, a day after a string of heavy thunderstorms hammered the county.

Damage assessment teams from multiple agencies were in southeastern Shawano County to survey the hardest hit areas.

National Weather Service, American Red Cross and emergency managers from multiple counties were patrolling areas to document the damage. No damage estimates were available.

Red Cross personnel were available at the Lessor Town Hall to provide information for programs available to assist residents with needs related to the storm.

Three tornadoes were reported in and around Shawano County on Wednesday. The first tornado was reported 2 miles east/northeast of Gresham at 1:47 p.m. An EF0 tornado was reported near Navarino at 3:40 p.m., and a tornado rated EF1 was reported at 3:51 p.m. near Pulaski.

THB's relatives appeared to have survived the storms in good fashion.