Sunday Adventure » It is amazing how many places were affected by small tornadoes during the April 27th storms. This is on the north end of the town of Warrior. Even if you have never ridden this stretch of road, you can tell that this is tornado damage because the tree ratio isn’t correct for the area (i.e., there should be a lot more trees) and that some of the trees are damaged and/or dead. Plus the blue tarps on the house behind the bus also indicate that a small tornado came through here.

It is amazing how many places were affected by small tornadoes during the April 27th storms. This is on the north end of the town of Warrior. Even if you have never ridden this stretch of road, you can tell that this is tornado damage because the tree ratio isn't correct for the area (i.e., there should be a lot more trees) and that some of the trees are damaged and/or dead. Plus the blue tarps on the house behind the bus also indicate that a small tornado came through here.

It is amazing how many places were affected by small tornadoes during the April 27th storms. This is on the north end of the town of Warrior. Even if you have never ridden this stretch of road, you can tell that this is tornado damage because the tree ratio isn’t correct for the area (i.e., there should be a lot more trees) and that some of the trees are damaged and/or dead. Plus the blue tarps on the house behind the bus also indicate that a small tornado came through here.

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