Tuesday, December 13, 2022

SUNSHINE STATE OF MIND ...........................

 

Listen all i know  ....this is why i figured this out years ago.......... live in  sunny south Florida ......its summer all year long  ......one season  ../....very very   few  bad  days ...... one season .........just how i like  it  ....fuck snow/snow angels/cold/all things not  hot ........i come form  a cold .....cold  fucking shithole  called  scotland  ........where  their figurehead is a  unicorn  .........a fictitious animal .....and where  they fucked off independence ........so i am not sorry to be there in the cold ......always loved the  sun ......i dont know how   something    from the med sneaked into my gene pool   ....maybe a  touch ginny........ as they .....i know  somewhere in there  is a med .......so that was the prop  ........for me to leave ....... that and  a shitty sister  who tormented  my parents  ........ did me a  fucking  Favour ........au revoir i say .......i love the  sun.........nothing grows....where it snows  ......


Massive US storm brings tornadoes to South, blizzard threat

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A massive storm blowing across the country spawned tornadoes in parts of Oklahoma and Texas, including the Dallas-Fort Worth area, as much of the central United States from the Rocky Mountains to the Midwest braced Tuesday for blizzard-like conditions.

An area stretching from Montana into western Nebraska and Colorado was under blizzard warnings, and the National Weather Service said that as much as 2 feet (61 centimeters) of snow was possible in some areas of western South Dakota and northwestern Nebraska. Ice and sleet were expected in the eastern Great Plains.

Meanwhile, damage was reported in the Oklahoma town of Wayne after the weather service warned of a “confirmed tornado” shortly after 5 a.m. Tuesday. Video footage from Oklahoma TV station KOCO showed substantial damage to a home in Wayne, which is about 45 miles (72 kilometers) south of Oklahoma City.

There were no deaths or injuries due to the tornado, McClain County Sheriff’s Capt. Bryan Murrell said. But as authorities began assessing the damage to the town of Wayne on Tuesday morning, it was clear the damage was widespread.

“We’ve got multiple family structures with significant damage ... barns, power lines down” in and around the town, Murrell said.

In Texas, at least two tornadoes were spotted along the front edge of the storm as it headed toward the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area Tuesday morning, though the extent of any damage was not immediately known.

The National Weather Service warned that up to about half an inch (2.5 centimeters) of ice could form and winds could gust up to 45 mph (72 kph) in parts of Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. Power outages, tree damage, falling branches and hazardous travel conditions all threatened the region.

All of western Nebraska was under a blizzard warning from Tuesday through Thursday, and the National Weather Services said up to 20 inches (51 centimeters) of snow was expected in the northwest. Winds of more than 50 mph (80 kph) at times will make it impossible to see outdoors, officials said.




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