Friday, October 19, 2007

Skies Open Over NW Florida

Wow-we-wow! Did you see the Florida maps today?

Not only did a tornado touch down on Thursday and move right through downtown Pensacola, but heavy rains hammered the region too.

Over a dozen stations picked up over a half-foot of rain on Thursday, with station FL-ES-2 recording a whopping 12.10 inches of rain for the observation period.

That is more than an entire year's worth of rain for many locations here in the interior west!

Elsewhere, it was an active day for severe weather once again. Hail hammered the Chicagoland area during rush hour and tornadoes moved through portions of Michigan and Kentucky.

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