Not sure how March weather will compare with last month, but the month sure came in like a lion!
Thunderstorm damage was wide spread in southern Ohio, southern lower Michigan, and several hundred people in the counties we serve woke up this morning with no electricity to run their coffee makers.
The early arrival of heavy thunderstorms that become more likely as we move in to the warm spring and early summer months proves it’s it’s always wise to keep updated on the potential that changeable weather may breed thunderstorms that can send damaging winds and hail into our area.
Most counties in our area offer one kind of emergency notification or another, and I’d encourage you to get signed up if you have a smart-device.
It’s a good idea to keep a battery powered broadcast radio and N.O.A.A. weather receiver in your home.
Just because it’s been a number of years since we had a deadly tornado outbreak in our area doesn’t mean that it can’t happen with very little notice this time of year.
That’s the way I see it.