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Blow Me Down – Thunderstorm’s Wind Wrecks Havoc

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Church Street in Waterloo was blocked as a tree fell up just west of the intersection near Waterloo City Hall.   - photo by Ericha Johanning
Church Street in Waterloo was blocked as a tree fell up just west of the intersection near Waterloo City Hall. - photo by Ericha Johanning

A severe thunderstorm was predicted by the meteorologists - and that is exactly what we got. Just after 6:15 p.m. today (Aug. 10) the winds were whipping and debris was flying all over. Dark clouds were racing in from the north as the storm leveled its blow. The storm seemed to be focused on the northern …

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