I saw this to the north as I was driving home from work tonight. I was a little miffed that it seemed so far north of here because I wanted a storm to hit tonight. Now that I see that it's gonna smash right into us, I'm stoked.
As far as storms go...Ames is still going to get ALOT of rain tonight.
But, my favorite part is when it first moves in. It goes from calm and tranquil to windy as hell and horizontal rain. I don't think that's gonna happen, as the heavier stuff looks to be to the west. Everything else is just kinda boring...
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