Saturday, June 14, 2008

Tornado track

This is probably the most accurate map I could find that shows the track of the tornado on Wednesday. As with all the other images, be sure to click on it to see it larger. The first marker on the left is right about where it started.




map courtesy of google

10 comments:

Debbie said...

Amazing, Linda! So glad you are all okay.

QBeeDew said...

Linda, bless your heart -- I can't tell you the impact the word "tornado" has left on me... Take care, I'm glad you're OK. Hug, Beth (from the Diva's)

Barbara said...

Scary, scary stuff. Did you see the tornado at all when it touched down? Seeing all your other posts just gave jusification for my paranoia of thunderstorms.

Scott B said...

Wow! I'm thankful to God that you and yours are safe!
Scott

Bob-kat said...

That is a close call. I am glad to read that you are okay!

Heidi said...

Wowser! I had not checked your blog in a couple of days... so glad that you and family are alright. Crazy to look at these photos and read your reactions/comments. I had not even heard that Manhattan had had a tornado like this.

Lori said...

You all have been on my minds (and in my prayers) daily as I hear the weather reports. It seems that every day last week I was hearing "...and the Midwest is under the gun for more severe weather today." Thank God you are all OK but I feel so bad for your frieds who lost so much. However, at least everyone is safe. Can't imagine what the husband who is deployed must be going through.
On a side note, one year ago this week you were here visiting with us!
Please take care and stay safe!

CopterDrsWife said...

Thank God you are safe!! What a nightmare! Reminds me of Hurricanes Ivan & Katrina!

Ali said...

I'm so thankful you are OK...the pictures are humbling. We feel "safe" when things can turn upside down within minutes.

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Thanks for letting me know you were all okay! How scary! I have been so behind in my blog reading!