The State of Emergency
Our minds last night were on the subject of making it through in one piece:
Perhaps the most jarring experience of the night was the fact that the storms weren't constant, at least the worst of them weren't. They signaled their inauguration by a constant barrage of lightning above the house the likes of which I have never before witnesses. When one round of wind, hail, and thunder would pass, another would come along less than an hour later. Three different times during the night, Jefferson County or parts of it were under a tornado warning.
Labels: Local politics, Miscellany