4 comments on “The Sissy Man and Tornado’s

  1. Wow that must have been scary. I have never experienced a tornado before and I am very eager to see one. I think many meteorologists, storm chasers, and weather enthusiasts can relate to this quote. Warren Fadley, a storm chaser once said in one of hi storm chasing videos, “it’s like half your body is excited for this storm while the other half is scared and nervous for the people in the path of the storm.” I think we can all relate to that feeling of being scared, nervous, excited; knowing we have no control of what Mother Nature may do. Thanks for posting a link to my site! I really appreciate it!


  2. Absolutely to the Great minds think alike General :) That cloud just sat in front of my house which seemed like an hour or so. Once the hail started there were a only a couple big ones but then it came down hard for a few minutes which was pretty cool. Mostly dime sized hail.

    Most likely I’ll just be popping in every now and then. After the contest ends I’m ussually wayyy behind on my other websites and that’s all I have been doing is playing catch up with them.

    Then Good Ole NY went and passed the internet tax law so a lot of merchants that I am dealing with are dropping all affiliates who live in NY so I’ve been pulling stores left and right along with thousands of other affilaites who do what I do for a living %&*&%&.

    Tom, imagine if they counted it and Rochester or Buffalo slipped ahead 😉 Oh well, too late for that. Most likely the people at the airport were probably stumped as to how they should list it, lol.

  3. You know what I thought was funny? When it hailed at the SYR airport the station recorded a Trace of snow (but then they cancled it. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR).

  4. Pat great minds must think alike, I was just saying to myself I gotta make a blog, this site is WAY to quite.

    Didn’t even know their was a tornado warning up in your area, crazy! Had some severe storms in our area, but of the dozen plus warnings today somehow I was in this about 5 mile wide area that got NOTHING! But maybe that was a good thing since some of the storms were dropping golf ball sized hail as large as 1.5 – 1.75 inches in diameter. The storms just kept firing up all afternoon.

    Anyways hope everyone has been having a good summer. I’ve been busy with the garden and trying to get out exploring nature a bit more this summer. I had a few kinda dull blog ideas but will have something a bit more tasteful and approriate for this site up sometime this week.

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