Daily Archives: August 13, 2010

It’s Raining WHAT? Part 3

What kind of barracuda can cause a total blackout for a town of 400? A flying barracuda. Last November, from out of the clear blue Florida sky, a three-foot long barracuda took power down for the residents of Florida’s Duck Key. With the scent of seafood in the air, life returned to normal without much […]

Iowa Flooding More Storms on the Way

A strong low pressure system and associated cold front will track across the Central Plains and Midwest today bringing the threat of severe thunderstorms. Clusters of strong to severe storms are expected to develop, especially from Iowa through southern Minnesota today. A moderate risk of severe storms will exist across this region with the main […]