It was one of the most intense storms I have ever been in and that's saying something since I've been in a couple of tornadoes in my lifetime. I am referring to the May 13, 2015 storm that brought straight line winds of over 70 miles an hour with a direct hit on the City of Quincy.
Summer is here and with it are high temperatures and humid conditions expected all this week. Afternoon temperatures are expected to be above 90 degrees and heat index readings around 100 degrees for the next few days. It is important that you don't let the weather cause you to suffer a heat related illness. With that in mind, here are some tips to help deal with the extreme heat.
With warmer weather comes the possibility of severe storms as the midwest found out earlier this week. Springtime storms may become severe enough to produce tornadoes. With that said, there are some really bad myths about tornadoes that need to be dispelled.
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