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I drove through the most tremendous storm I have ever experienced just before 7:00 this morning on County Road #35 between Underwood and Dalton.

What the heck was that? Was there a tornado mixed in there? For the most part, I could not see more than a truck length or two, and sometimes not at all. At one point, lightning struck a tree directly in front of me and the top of the tree landed right in the road, but the wind was so strong it blew off the road!

FLB

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Paul Rohweller

Jeez, I hate those! I got caught on the road east of perham one evening in a nasty hail/windstorm, I was pulling my old lund and the wind blew the boat and trailer sideways on the highway. We ended up pulling over and riding it out, pickup is full of hail dents now... oh well. lol glad your safe bucket!! Paul

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Gissert

FBL -

I saw that one coming! I was sure glad I did not have to drive through it.

I was laying in bed when the static on the AM radio woke me up about 5 am. I checked on the radar and could see that it was nastly looking and heading for us.

I had been dealing with some beaver problems the last couple of weeks, so I got in my truck to go see if they had reconstructed a dam before that storm hit.

I was on my way home and at the junction of Hwy 210 and 119 just east of Underwood about 6:25. I could see that whole system moving in. Along the leading edge of that front were wispy looking white clouds extending nearly to the ground. I did not see any rotation in them, and it did not look like a wall cloud. I had never seen a gust front look like that before. It was really creepy.

I live on South Turtle, so I tore on home to get everything battend down. I got in the house with about 5 minutes to spare. When that wind came up, WOW! I could not see a hundred yards. I have a huge cottonwood tree that hangs over my house. It is right on the edge of the water now, and that saturated root ball had me concrned. I grabbed the wife and kid and headed down to the basement to watch the show. Power went out, and was out for about 2 hours. That wind was so strong it looked like it was peeling sheets off the lake surface.

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