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I hate storms that come during the night because residents seldom get enough warning to respond appropriately. In the daytime people are awake and can often see the weather changing which may give them time to head for shelter. When you are asleep it's a whole different scenario. It's now the season; be careful out there everyone. And be sure your weather alert radio has new batteries.

Linda Sand

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Being in ND we watched that storm very closely. That one went to our south but we had 80+ mph winds just 10 days or so ago with lots of trees down but were fortunate to not have had any tornadoes. It was a very unfortunate event. 😢

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On 7/11/2018 at 11:03 AM, NDBirdman said:

A storm dropped a twister on an RV park in SW ND.  Lots of damage, one death, a baby.  Sad day for a lot of people.

https://grandforksherald.com/news/weather/4470548-one-week-old-baby-dies-injuries-devastating-nd-rv-park-tornado

That's actually NW ND... 

Yea it was a bad storm.  I have people there working with the emergency crews on all the torn up utilities.

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1 hour ago, Alie&Jim's Carrilite said:

That's actually NW ND...

Yea... thanks!  We NE Nodaks don't get to that side of the state often.

 

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22 hours ago, Kirk Wood said:

Being in ND we watched that storm very closely. That one went to our south but we had 80+ mph winds just 10 days or so ago with lots of trees down but were fortunate to not have had any tornadoes. It was a very unfortunate event. 😢

The previous storm went through just as hard, no twisters but we lost several trees and had minor S n B damage.  Many storms have been wicked in my eastern side of the state (ND) the last month.

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2 hours ago, NDBirdman said:

We NE Nodaks don't get to that side of the state often.

 

Where are you located? We are at Cross Ranch, near Washburn. 

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27 minutes ago, Kirk Wood said:

Where are you located? We are at Cross Ranch, near Washburn. 

We're in the boonies, bout 35 NW of Grand Forks.  I'm hoping when this heat dies down a little to come over for a weekend and say howdy.

A few years back, we lived north of there, bout 15 miles north of Minot.  Been quite a while since we have been that way.

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2 hours ago, Kirk Wood said:

Where are you located? We are at Cross Ranch, near Washburn. 

I looked that up on the map so now I'm singing, "away...across the wide Missouri."

Linda

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