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    Senior Member Quilter Day-by-Day's Avatar
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    We had the high winds and rain here and lost electricity last night at 11:30 and may not have it back on till late night wed. but we do have a generator going at night. There was some surrounding areas hit a lot harder. I just hope and pray everybody is okay.
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    Hello everyone here in Ohio we had high winds and tornado warnings, no major damage here some downed tree limbs but we did lose internet. Now up and running again... YAY!
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    We had alot of rain and winds here, but thankfully nothing more. Praying for those who had it bad.
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    Not sure if anyone posted this heartwarming story about the tornado in Washington, IL.

    http://www.weather.com/news/man-find...874490db91c627

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    So glad You and yours are all safe. My prayers are with everyone affected by that weather.

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    Here in mid Michigan, had lots of heavy rain and high winds. DH driving home couldn't see the front end of the car. 500,000 without power (me included). Power off for 2 days. It came back on last night. YEAH!!!! Temps in the 40s. Lots of trees down, 3 on the road just down from our house. Several on our property. Some won't have power back on until Sat, late.
    We were lucky. It was just inconvenient, not serious. Not like Washington, IL.
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    The tornado hit here in Lafayette, Indiana. No one was killed or hurt which was amazing. It hit and severely damaged several business and two of our school. Because the tornado came through on a Sunday no one was in the buildings. The kids that go to those schools will be back in school on Monday at different locations. They are saying it will be a year or more before the kids will be back in those buildings.

    Some of our area was without power through Wednesday but overall things were ok. We were very blessed compared to others.
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    I don't know if it was in Lafayette but I read about a community that opened the school even though there was still no power. People were not happy. It was pretty cold after the storms went through.

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