A few days ago, an incredibly powerful series of storms hit our town in the middle of the night. There were tornado warnings, severe thunderstorm warnings, loud wind, crazy lightning and thunder, hail, and more than a few items tossed around outside by the weather.
Eventually, Sarah and I decided to have our family camp out in the basement for the night. We got all of the kids settled and stayed up keeping an eye on the weather.
Sarah eventually fell asleep on the couch. I was trying to sleep in a chair, but I wanted my pillow, so I walked upstairs to get it… and it’s the last thing I remember. I woke up asleep on my bed on top of the covers. In all, I got about three hours of sleep in my clothes on top of the covers.
I had my phone alerts set up so if another tornado warning came, I would have heard the alert and/or the town siren, thankfully.
Spring thunderstorms in the Midwest and Great Plains are simply crazy at times.
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