That was the headline in this mornings newspaper. Yesterday we had more severe storms with 60 mph winds. It produced another 20,000 people without electricity in the state.
The 911 Center was actually struck by lightening and had to be moved to another building. The air conditioning at home quit and tomorrow we expect 102 (f) temperatures. Last night we slept on the floor with all the windows and doors open for cool night air.
I still consider myself extremely lucky. The electric is still holding out for us, but who knows what tomorrow will bring? Perhaps the air can be repaired quickly?
I've spent nearly zero time on the radio since the first of the month because there is so much static noise in the background, it's burdensome to listen.
The Charleston Gazette