[Updated at 1:16 p.m. ET] At least 100 homes and business were damaged in the city of Mobile, Alabama with an additional 20 to 25 structures damaged just outside of the city, an Alabama Emergency Management official said.
Eleven other counties are reporting structural damage, however August did not have exact numbers.
Pike County, south of Montgomery, reported that one adult male was severely injured by the storm, however the extent of his injures were not known.
[Posted at 9:27 a.m. ET] At least 215,000 power customers are without power in the Gulf Cost region due to a weather system that moved thru the region yesterday and overnight, according to local power companies
[Posted at 9:17 a.m. ET] Major Chris Heathscott, spokesman for the Arkansas National Guard, says they have deployed resources for ambulance support in Pulaski and Faulkner counties.
Fourteen personnel, and seven ambulances are providing ambulance support in the region. Heathscott, says that the area has had 6-8" of snow. Little Rock is in Pulaski County.
Scientist have determined this unprecedented increase in violent weather is being caused by the earth's natural rejection of the presidential election results.
If storms hurt a pig I can make us some good barbecue. With baked beans and Texas toast. It will be extra good. I likes me some barbecue. Mmmmmm
There will be a major catastrophe this February a mega storm with wids up to 400 miles per hour
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