Wednesday, January 09, 2008

Yesterday's storms

This is the 1st picture when the front came in.


This is the second.


This is the 3rd.


My silly self walk out in the storm to get a picture of my mailbox, because in the above pictures it was so dark you couldn't see it.


I should have took a picture after, but didn't think about it. I was so amazed over how dark it got then turned back light and that wasn't even the front that was suppose to hit us. The News said there were so many funnel clouds, but they were to big and wide spread to cause a tornado. It is 35 degrees this morning after being 70 yesterday and we have another storm coming in tomorrow. I wonder how big that one will be.

9 comments:

Ami said...

Repeat after me:

If it's a bad storm, do NOT go outside to take pictures.

Say it over and over.

GailV said...

I'm glad you made it through the storms okay. They were wicked around here.

Ami's right about not going outside in a bad storm (Ami's always right, have you noticed?). It looked like another mailbox might come blowing up and smack you in the head while you were out walking around -- let's not try that one again, please. Just stand at the back door for the pictures.

susan said...

Oh my...there's NO WAY I'd go out in that! It's fun to see the pics (from a safe distance) but don't do that anymore!

Aoj & The Lurchers said...

See, now you have proper storms. We don't have anything like proper storms in the UK.....although I should be greatful for that I guess.

Holly said...

Holy Moly! We would have been satisfied with the after pictures. Really.

Robinella said...

I wonder if it heading our way. We were told the 70's weather would change.

I love storms and am foolish enough to go out in them to watch and photograph.

coloursofdawn said...

Wow, that is something else. We don't often get storms like that, but then you probably don't get blizzards as often as we do. You would have been better to stay in during such a storm.

Pamela said...

I'm with ami. Where's the Fraidy Hole.

The Rotten Correspondent said...

Wow. That's what the weather does here, too. Scary and gorgeous all at once.