Our meteorologists at the Weather Eye Weather Center tell us that over the next 5 days, SE MN will be the the hottest its been in the past 4 years. Temperatures will surpass 90 degrees, leaving people and pets at severe risk.
Severe storms rumbled through southeast Minnesota again last night, and a tornado was even reported in Plainview. Luckily, no was was injured. But it got me wondering, why does it seem like tornadoes usually strike mobile homes?
Update: The Storm Prediction center has issued a Tornado watch effective until 10pm. The watch means conditions are favorable for the development of severe thunderstorms and possible tornadoes in and close to the watch area...
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