I am putting out the word, folks. If you have any storm shots, please submit them to me. Send them to Richie@wgna.com and I will post them. Here's what I have so far, and thanks to Tami Wilson and Terry Welch for sending them in so soon.
Was it technically a tornado in Rotterdam, NY? Who knows. That's for the meterologists to decide. But regardless, it's Your Town Thursday, so I thought they would be the perfect one to pay tribute to this morning.
There just isn't a lot of positive news to report after a tragedy as awful as the tornado that touched down in Oklahoma yesterday. Thanks to CBS News and a reporter with a keen eye, there may be one heart warming story.
We have some severe weather in the Albany area this evening including a tornado watch. A watch is not as serious as a warning but you can be sure if this turns into a warning (or other severe weather develops), we’ll do our best to pass along information on the air and online. Many of you have smart phones and iPads, so in the event you experience a power failure here are some sites and ways to keep yourself informed:
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