Tonight, tornado season arrived in northeastern Colorado with the first warning of the season. Lucky us, it was just a warning based on cloud rotation and no spotting of an actual twister, but tonight just the beginning. Hopefully, our luck will hold and everything will bypass us again this year. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
I grew up at the end of what we called tornado alley in Michigan - a stretch of flat land between Lansing Lapeer County. I never saw a funnel, but on several occasions I saw some scary rotation in the clouds above our house. Here, though, they get some Auntie Em, Auntie Em stuff. Eastern Colorado = Kansas-lite.
Do you get tornadoes where you're at? Are you as fascinated by and as scared of them as I am?