A system that was pushing ferocious storm cells in a track from Alabama to the mid-Atlantic states brought tornado warnings, watches and delays at Atlanta's airport, a vital national hub.
A tornado warning was in effect Wednesday afternoon near Sylacauga and Alexander City in Alabama, according to the National Weather Service. A watch was in effect at midday Wednesday for north Georgia, including metro Atlanta. Some flights heading into Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport were being delayed by as much as 90 minutes.
Delays also were reported at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport; LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York; Philadelphia International Airport; and Newark International Airport.
And nothing of value was lost. Shame to hear a dirt hut collapsed in an earthquake killing the family of 20 who lived under it and taking out half the city, no idea how we'll ever recover from losing such a valuable dirt-tribe of people.
i want what hes smoking
oh yeah? Well ive got news, your windbag pres. Been blowing hot air up this whole country's as.s. The biggest storm we have ever seen isnt going to be found on the weather radar.
Human life has more value than possesions. people who live with so little are much more humble..God cares about the heart and not the outward appearance or possesions of a man..
You will work for next to nothing or we will slap a Great Depression on your ass.
We got war in place. Now we just need to make slavery stick.
Obama and clinton are good at snow jobs, their specialties you might say. Kill your enemies with diplomacy! And what if that does'nt work? Bullets and bombs hurt more than hugs. Wake up america! This is not a bad dream, auuntie maye cant make it all better with a cup of tea!
Even the lord promised to strike back one day!
does anybody know where I can find dr bad
He went to china to price the cost of tea...
dr is in physco room #1. Hes busy plotting to take over world commerce, i hope he is as crazy as he sounds
I would rather be delayed than laid 2 rest tryin 2 try nature.