Tornadoes rip through Dallas metro area

By: AngelaFritz , 9:36 PM GMT on April 03, 2012

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At least three tornadoes have ripped through the Dallas metro area this afternoon, one passing between Dallas and Fort Worth, bearing down on the Dallas-Fort Worth airport but narrowly missing to the east. The other two tornadoes passed east of Dallas, one touching down near the town of Forney, where there were reports of impacts to the high school. The DFW airport issued a ground stop for all incoming flights and grounded all planes at their airports, and a spokesman said they were sheltering passengers. The airport is now closed while they inspect the planes for hail damage, and can accept no incoming flights for lack of a place to put them.

Residential neighborhoods were completely destroyed in the Arlington tornado, and tractor trailers were tossed like toys. Extensive damage was done to the Green Oaks nursing home and rehab center, which is just east of Lake Arlington. The Arlington tornado was on the ground for approximately 30 minutes. In addition to the tornadoes, trained storm spotters were reporting hail up to three inches in diameter, which is approximately the size of a baseball.

The mayor and city council of Arlington, Texas declared a state of disaster for the city when, just an hour after the tornado had passed through, it was obvious that the area had sustained incredible damage.

Tornado warnings continue to be issued, and the potential for severe thunderstorms with and tornadoes will continue through the evening in eastern Texas, Oklahoma, southern Arkansas, and Louisiana. The convective outlook paints a good picture of the tornado potential for the rest of the evening. If you're in one of these regions, stay alert for tornado watches or warnings that may be issued.


Radar reflectivity of the tornadic thunderstorms as they passed over the Dallas metro area this afternoon. The storms that produced tornadoes are circled, and Arlington, Texas has been pointed out on the map.


Tornado warnings (red) and severe thunderstorm warnings (yellow) at the time two tornadoes were passing to the east and west of Dallas, Texas.


Video of the Arlington tornado developing as it crosses US-287 near Sublett Road, from Twitter user @wesstevens.



Video 2. Dramatic video of semi-trailers being tossed more than 100 feet in the air by the Lancaster, Texas tornado of April 3, 2012.

Angela

Forney Tornado (ClockworkLemon)
Tornado that hit Forney, TX 4/3/12
Forney Tornado
Forney Tornado (ClockworkLemon)
Tornado that hit Forney, TX 4/3/12
Forney Tornado
Iowa Hail (RevMac)
A co-worker was describing the severe storm that rolled through eastern Iowa Saturday night and mentioned golf ball sized hail that damaged his home. He produced this photo as evidence. I told Nathan I would share with the WU family.
Iowa Hail
Large Hail (wecarver50)
Hail from April 3 storms in Dallas, Tx
Large Hail

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Quoting WxGeekVA:
OMG this is HILARIOUS!!!

LMAO!!!!!
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OMG this is HILARIOUS!!!

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New Orleans
NEXRAD Radar

Storm Total Surface Rainfall Accumulation ° Elevation
Range 124 NMI

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1.5" so far and it's still snowing hard...east coast should be expecting this soon...
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My local says OUR weather comes thurs nite into friday but look at North florida's predictions for the coming few days........HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TALLAHASSEE FL
1052 AM EDT WED APR 4 2012

ALZ065>069-FLZ007>019-026>029-034-108-112-114-115 -118-127-128-134-
GAZ120>131-142>148-155>161-GMZ730-750-755-765-770 -775-050815-
COFFEE-DALE-HENRY-GENEVA-HOUSTON-INLAND WALTON-CENTRAL WALTON-
HOLMES-WASHINGTON-JACKSON-INLAND BAY-CALHOUN-INLAND GULF-
INLAND FRANKLIN-GADSDEN-LEON-INLAND JEFFERSON-MADISON-LIBERTY-
INLAND WAKULLA-INLAND TAYLOR-LAFAYETTE-INLAND DIXIE-SOUTH WALTON-
COASTAL BAY-COASTAL GULF-COASTAL FRANKLIN-COASTAL JEFFERSON-
COASTAL WAKULLA-COASTAL TAYLOR-COASTAL DIXIE-QUITMAN-CLAY-
RANDOLPH-TERRELL-DOUGHERTY-LEE-WORTH-TURNER-TIFT- BEN HILL-IRWIN-
EARLY-MILLER-BAKER-MITCHELL-COLQUITT-COOK-BERRIEN -SEMINOLE-
DECATUR-GRADY-THOMAS-BROOKS-LOWNDES-LANIER-
APALACHEE BAY OR COASTAL WATERS FROM KEATON BEACH TO OCHLOCKONEE
RIVER FL OUT TO 20 NM-
COASTAL WATERS FROM APALACHICOLA TO DESTIN FL OUT 20 NM-
COASTAL WATERS FROM OCHLOCKONEE RIVER TO APALACHICOLA FL OUT TO
20 NM-
COASTAL WATERS FROM SUWANNEE RIVER TO KEATON BEACH OUT 20 NM-
WATERS FROM APALACHICOLA TO DESTIN FL FROM 20 TO 60 NM-
WATERS FROM SUWANNEE RIVER TO APALACHICOLA FL FROM 20 TO 60 NM-
1052 AM EDT WED APR 4 2012 /952 AM CDT WED APR 4 2012/

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR SOUTHEAST ALABAMA...
SOUTHWEST AND SOUTH CENTRAL GEORGIA...AND THE FLORIDA BIG BEND
AND PANHANDLE...AND ADJACENT COASTAL WATERS.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT...
SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED THROUGH THIS
EVENING. SOME OF THESE STORMS MAY BE STRONG TO SEVERE WITH THE
PRIMARY THREATS BEING GUSTY WINDS AND SMALL HAIL.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY...

A MORE ORGANIZED SEVERE STORM THREAT IS FORECAST ON THURSDAY INTO
THURSDAY EVENING AS THE WINDS ALOFT INCREASE AHEAD OF A SLOWLY
APPROACHING COLD FRONT. THE THREAT WOULD BE FOCUSED WEST OF THE
APALACHICOLA RIVER IN THE MORNING AND EAST OF THE RIVER IN THE
AFTERNOON AND EVENING. THE STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS OUTLINED THE
WESTERN TWO THIRDS OF OUR FORECAST AREA IN A SLIGHT RISK FOR
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS. AGAIN DAMAGING WINDS AND LARGE HAIL ARE THE
MAIN THREAT BUT ISOLATED TORNADOES CAN NOT BE DISCOUNTED. A COOLER
AND DRIER AIRMASS WILL OVERSPREAD THE REGION BEGINNING FRIDAY INTO
THE WEEKEND AND LITTLE OR NO CHANCE OF RAIN IS FORECAST INTO NEXT
TUESDAY.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS UNLIKELY TODAY. STILL...SPOTTERS SHOULD
MONITOR THE WEATHER LATER TODAY IN CASE STRONG TO SEVERE WEATHER
DEVELOPS.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION...VISIT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE
WEBSITE ON THE INTERNET AT WEATHER.GOV...THEN CLICK ON YOUR AREA
OF INTEREST ON THE NATIONAL MAP.

$$

BLOCK/GODSEY
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Quoting Patrap:
sure is a good looking storm there, bet the fishermen are pissed
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Quoting TxKeef:
Some really neat shots of Lightning

Whoa!!!
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Quoting Neapolitan:
Not very likely. Consider this:

--It's April, so the sun is already more than halfway to the summer solstice. That means far longer days than you'd see in winter, and with the sun at a much higher angle.

--As someone else noted, there's almost a complete absence of snow cover well into Canada; all that open land has a huge modifying effect on Arctic air masses.

--The Great Lakes are themselves ice-free, and warming nicely; that, too, will work to modify any cold masses headed across them.

I've gone back and looked at some of the record cold April weather in the mid-Atlantic; all of them occurred after cold winters with large accumulations of snow extant into April. That's not to say your "deep freeze" won't materialize--but it will take an extraordinarily large and deep Arctic air mass to make it happen.
Good post.
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Quoting KoritheMan:


I am a firm proponent of AGW, but I think it's ridiculous how literally everything is attributed to it. People say no single event can be blamed on global warming, but they sure don't seem to act on that...

EDIT: Upon reading, I see that Alexandra Steele said this. I understand her underlying point, that extreme weather is becoming more common. I certainly don't disagree with that. But there isn't enough data in the historical record to accurately say whether or not climate change/global warming is actually altering the strength and magnitude of tornadoes.


I'll want to read into this more. Sounds odd to say at face value.
Tornadoes in Texas in April during a slight risk is not an abnormal occurrence. Breaking monthly records day after day after day for large portions of a continent? That's something else entirely.

BTW, what does it mean to be a "proponent of AGW?" You want climate change to occur from the enhanced greenhouse effect? :)

Quoting ClimateChange:
Dr. Spencer reporting 0.23C of global warming over the last month.



Did Dr. Spencer really state it that way, or were those your words?
We dont have global warming over the course of a month. Global warming is a term used in reference to climate change, and weather is not exactly the same as climate.
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Quoting Neapolitan:
Not very likely. Consider this:

--It's April, so the sun is already more than halfway to the summer solstice. That means far longer days than you'd see in winter, and with the sun at a much higher angle.

--As someone else noted, there's almost a complete absence of snow cover well into Canada; all that open land has a huge modifying effect on Arctic air masses.

--The Great Lakes are themselves ice-free, and warming nicely; that, too, will work to modify any cold masses headed across them.

I've gone back and looked at some of the record cold April weather in the mid-Atlantic; all of them occurred after cold winters with large accumulations of snow extant into April. That's not to say your "deep freeze" won't materialize--but it will take an extraordinarily large and deep Arctic air mass to make it happen.
i found this on the american weather conf. site.............The last time the temperature fell to 32° in New York City in April occurred on April 9, 2007. The diminishing frequency of freezing temperatures in April is reflected in a larger moderation of April minimum temperatures in recent decades.
The mean April low temperature has increased from 43.8° in the 1961-1990 base period to 44.8° in the 1981-2010 base period. The frequency of temperatures reaching 32° or below has fallen more than 28%. The frequency of even colder readings has fallen even more dramatically.

Statistics for the 1961-1990, 1971-2000, and 1981-2010 base periods are below:



Note: The frequency is the statistical probability.

Finally, it should be noted that since 2000, there has been only one year during which the temperature fell below 30° in April (2004). In contrast, there were 2 such years in the 1980s and 1990s, 5 such years in the 1970s, and 4 such years in the 1960s.
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Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:
CSU released their April forecast=10/4/2.

Link

Thanks for the link Tropicsweatherpr. I think those numbers are more likely in a moderate to strong el nino...wether or not we will see a moderate to strong el nino is yet to be seen
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Quoting Neapolitan:
Not very likely. Consider this:

--It's April, so the sun is already more than halfway to the summer solstice. That means far longer days than you'd see in winter, and with the sun at a much higher angle.

--As someone else noted, there's almost a complete absence of snow cover well into Canada; all that open land has a huge modifying effect on Arctic air masses.

--The Great Lakes are themselves ice-free, and warming nicely; that, too, will work to modify any cold masses headed across them.

I've gone back and looked at some of the record cold April weather in the mid-Atlantic; all of them occurred after cold winters with large accumulations of snow extant into April. That's not to say your "deep freeze" won't materialize--but it will take an extraordinarily large and deep Arctic air mass to make it happen.


I hope that you are right on this as this would not be good for those folks.
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Quoting LargoFl:
Lets see how this line looks later on today storm tracker, weather guy says its going to lift northwards..man we could use that rain


Seems to have good momentum to the east so well see later today. Boy I hope it holds. The encouraging thing is thunderstorms are firing out ahead of this line so that's a good sign that instability is there. Finger crossed on this one!!
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Some really neat shots of Lightning
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HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE JACKSON KY
1058 AM EDT WED APR 4 2012

KYZ044-050>052-051200-
FLEMING-MONTGOMERY-BATH-ROWAN-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...FLEMINGSBURG...MOUNT STERLING...
OWINGSVILLE...MOREHEAD
1058 AM EDT WED APR 4 2012

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR PORTIONS OF EASTERN KENTUCKY.

.DAY ONE...THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT.

THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO DEVELOP THIS AFTERNOON AND CONTINUE TO
BE A THREAT TONIGHT. A FEW OF THE STRONGER STORMS MAY BE SEVERE WITH
LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WIND GUSTS AS THE MAIN THREAT. LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL WILL ALSO BE POSSIBLE AND MAY CAUSE MINOR FLOODING OF LOW
LYING AREAS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY.

THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE THURSDAY AND AGAIN ON SUNDAY AND
MONDAY.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...

THROUGH TONIGHT...SPOTTERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO SEND IN REPORTS OF HAIL
OR DAMAGING WINDS...IN ADDITION TO ANY EXCESSIVE RAINS OR INCIDENTS
OF FLOODING.

$$
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Spokane Area
Winter Weather AdvisoryStatement as of 4:15 AM PDT on April 04, 2012

... Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 8 am this morning to 5 PM PDT this afternoon above 2000 feet...

The National Weather Service in Spokane has issued a Winter Weather Advisory above 2000 feet for snow... which is in effect from 8 am this morning to 5 PM PDT this afternoon.

* Snow accumulations: 1 to 4 inches. Localized accumulations of 5 inches or more in the high elevations around Coeur D'Alene and Mica Peak.

* Winds: southwest 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.

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Quoting StormTracker2K:
I hope the Eastern Half of the US is ready for the Deep Freeze that's coming early next week. This could be crippling and maybe the coldest April cold wave since April 2007.

Not very likely. Consider this:

--It's April, so the sun is already more than halfway to the summer solstice. That means far longer days than you'd see in winter, and with the sun at a much higher angle.

--As someone else noted, there's almost a complete absence of snow cover well into Canada; all that open land has a huge modifying effect on Arctic air masses.

--The Great Lakes are themselves ice-free, and warming nicely; that, too, will work to modify any cold masses headed across them.

I've gone back and looked at some of the record cold April weather in the mid-Atlantic; all of them occurred after cold winters with large accumulations of snow extant into April. That's not to say your "deep freeze" won't materialize--but it will take an extraordinarily large and deep Arctic air mass to make it happen.
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Quoting StormTracker2K:
There's a huge squall line forming in the Gulf heading straight for the west coast of FL. I sure hope this holds together as we need the rain very bad here. It's funny the models don't show this at all which I'm not surprised as these meso scale features are hard to predict.

Lets see how this line looks later on today storm tracker, weather guy says its going to lift northwards..man we could use that rain
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Good morning all!
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Quoting StormTrackr2K:
Ok Folks get ready for the Deep Freeze next week! This could be a catastrophe for farmers and all the plants that have bloomed. These models are always right! Expect a strong El Nino this hurricane season, so those wanting an active yeah you are just out of luck. FL could be in for some major storms today according to NWS Melbourne, watch out! The rainy season here!




StormTrackr2K is NOT the real StormTracker2K, but a terrible impersonation. Report, Flag, and Ignore.
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StL long range hasn't shown a freezing temp in last couple of days, think it had a 32 a couple of days ago at day 10, but that's gone now, upper 30s instead. Hope so, as my cherry and peach trees forming fruit now. Hoping to get some rain for last (most likely) morel pop, should be the bigger yellows this time. Found a nice mess of medium size Sat.

Side note - World Champion St Louis Cardinals open the season with a game in Miami tonight, Go Cards!! Will be strange w/out TLR, Dunc, and AP in the dugout.
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Quoting StormTracker2K:
There's a huge squall line forming in the Gulf heading straight for the west coast of FL. I sure hope this holds together as we need the rain very bad here. It's funny the models don't show this at all which I'm not surprised as these meso scale features are hard to predict.



It'll die out before getting there
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Quoting aspectre:
What a difference a week makes in Aberdeenshire,Scotland

. . . . . . . . . . 27March2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4April2012


Nice to see you guys warming up in Europe!
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Quoting hydrus:
I have read your posts and paid attention to them. The reason I did not say anything is April freezes are not uncommon here where I live. I am concerned whether or not there will be severe weather with this, and I am looking into it now.


If this trough comes in further west then we might be in business.
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GlobalWeirding and what a difference a week makes in Aberdeenshire,Scotland

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27March2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4April2012
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Quoting StormTracker2K:


As I have been saying for days now and many haven't been buying it but it appears as a devasting freeze maybe on the way which is terrible news as lots of fruit trees have bloomed already. Some may already have fruit on them.
I have read your posts and paid attention to them. The reason I did not say anything is April freezes are not uncommon here where I live. I am concerned whether or not there will be severe weather with this, and I am looking into it now.
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Quoting hydrus:
The CMC shows the same thing, but this is out only 144 hours..


Yup, all the models show it and some show a pretty good amount of snow for the NE US as well!

Snow even down to the TN & NC MTNS! WOW!
Link
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The CMC shows the same thing, but this is out only 144 hours..
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Quoting hydrus:
The weather is crazy. Nor only are we breaking all time record highs here in Tennessee, it seems we may be in for a cold snap that will reach into the deep southern areas such as middle Alabama and Georgia. If this pans out, it should be very cold. Notice the blocking high over Greenland, the large trough over New England pulling down Canadian air, an the elongated north/south cold high pressure to the west. This chart looks like it did in January.


As I have been saying for days now and many haven't been buying it but it appears as a devasting freeze maybe on the way which is terrible news as lots of fruit trees have bloomed already. Some may already have fruit on them.
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There's a huge squall line forming in the Gulf heading straight for the west coast of FL. I sure hope this holds together as we need the rain very bad here. It's funny the models don't show this at all which I'm not surprised as these meso scale features are hard to predict.

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Quoting Cotillion:
A week ago, Scotland had its highest ever March temperature. For the whole of the British Isles, it was the third warmest March of all time.

Now..?

"Nearly 50,000 homes and businesses in England are without electricity after gales and ice brought down power lines.

Northern Powergrid said it was dealing with 40,000 buildings without power in County Durham and North Yorkshire, including 11,000 homes in Whitby.

In North Derbyshire, Western Power Distribution confirmed about 9,000 customers were without electricity.

Drivers were warned to take care as up to 20cm (8in) of snow fell high ground causing treacherous conditions."

Link
The weather is crazy. Not only are we breaking all time record highs here in Tennessee, it seems we may be in for a cold snap that will reach into the deep southern areas such as middle Alabama and Georgia. If this pans out, it should be very cold. Notice the blocking high over Greenland, the large trough over New England pulling down Canadian air, an the elongated north/south cold high pressure to the west. This chart looks like it did in January.
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Quoting StormTracker2K:


Those are almost 2009#'s. I think we may have 12 or 13 storms based on Gulf & Caribbean instability so far this year and the persistance of the MJO in our region.



this be come there is a lot of Gulf & Caribbean instability dos not mean where going too see 12 name you have too put in the other facters like wind shear



wind shear will likey be higher this year then in pass few years so this be come we got a lot of instability in the gulf and Caribbean dos not mean where going too see a lot of name storms


wind shear will be playing a big big role this year
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Quoting GeoffreyWPB:


You get a pass Grothar....This time :)


Ok, get back to work now!
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Quoting Grothar:


Thnks, Geoff. I thought i did something wrong again.


You get a pass Grothar....This time :)
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Quoting Tropicsweatherpr:
CSU released their April forecast=10/4/2.

Link


Those are almost 2009#'s. I think we may have 12 or 13 storms based on Gulf & Caribbean instability so far this year and the persistance of the MJO in our region.
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CSU released their April forecast=10/4/2.

Link
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Quoting GeoffreyWPB:


You need to get rid of the post that has Oracle's quote in it.


Thnks, Geoff. I thought i did something wrong again.
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I hope the Eastern Half of the US is ready for the Deep Freeze that's coming early next week. This could be crippling and maybe the coldest April cold wave since April 2007.

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Quoting StormTracker2K:


I know it's every Damm night someone screws up the blog.
That's only going to get worse as more people start participating with hurricane season.
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Quoting kwgirl:
The only way I know how to do that is to put him on the iggy list or turn the page. I guess if he continues to post things that mess up the blog page I will have to add him to the increasing list of ignorees.


I know it's every Damm night someone screws up the blog.
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Boy the blog as been frozen all morning! I was just able to get on.
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The only way I know how to do that is to put him on the iggy list or turn the page. I guess if he continues to post things that mess up the blog page I will have to add him to the increasing list of ignorees.
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Quoting kwgirl:
Can't correct my last comment to correct the spelling.


You need to get rid of the post that has Oracle's quote in it.
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Can't correct my last comment to correct the spelling.
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Need to trun the page.
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