WBAP says this current crop of severe T-storms should be the last tonight — the dryline is passing to the east and it is acting as a front rather than a long string of storms. However, they are generating very strong straight-line winds of 60-70 mph.
We’ve been in and out of the closet all evening, and my poor Freshman begins finals tomorrow.
I think we’re in the clear too. That was a rough patch. Sirens went off four times. We piled in the hallway at the center of the house for quite a while.