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I heard the worst of it was in Oklahoma. In Nebraska there were a couple tornadoes about a half an hour south of us. We never went to our basement though because they weren't headed in our direction. We drove home in a nasty storm though. There's a dirt road that we take home that's a short cut to our road and it was raining so hard I couldn't see the road very well. Then when we turned onto our highway it was hailing so bad I couldn't see the road at all. The only thing I could barely see was Dh flashing his brake lights for me. I almost stopped but kept going about 15 mph. When we got home it looked like it had snowed because of the hail! Keith said he thought the drive was fun but I was shaking so bad.
I'm glad you ladies are all right and not too affected! We had a pretty good storm blow through and have a few pretty good sized tree limbs down in our yard, but no tornado sirens or anything. There were a few big tornadoes in the Wichita area just a couple miles away from my inlaws' home, but thankfully it didn't hit them directly.