Status check - tornados

Discussion in 'Southwest Scouts of Oklahoma' started by Meat Man, May 25, 2011.


  1. Meat Man

    Meat Man Farmall Cub

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    Everyone OK? Heard there was some wild weather down there last night.
     
  2. Rgilpin

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    No damage in the Tecumseh area. Gilpin's & Cannon's are all OK, but it was pretty crazy for while though...
     
  3. Judd Parker

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    No problems east of Norman by Lake Thunderbird. Just a few pieces of insulation in the yard. Who knows where they came from. It looked pretty scary for a while though.
     
  4. bbranch

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    We are ok in Western Osage Co. Just windy and rainy. It was touch and go for awhile. Drove over to work this morning and looks like Pawhuska had a nado come through just west of town and take out some large trees and mess some roof's up.
     
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    Northern Logan County came out okay other than ******* power for 18 hours. Southern Logan County did not do as well. We had debris from Piedmont (40 miles away).
     
  6. Mike Scherr

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    All Clear. Accepted offer on the house the same night. Yay!
     

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