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Severe Weather and the Economic Impact
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By popular demand, this thread is intended for discussion of severe weather events and any related economic impact.

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5738Tornadoes are getting more and more common in Canada,. How long before we becomeLoneClone-Tuesday
5737Derecho tore path of destruction across nearly 800 miles in 14 hours accuweatherBenny-Rubin-Tuesday
5736A woman I worked with at the time told me her sister lost her home in that, a trSawdusty-August 2
5735Ahh Benny, never been described as insightful. Maybe you are pulling my leg? I johnlw-August 2
5734Yes but as time pushes on it won't be much of a speculation. Crust shifts haBenny-Rubin-July 26
5733I read some of the crust displacement page. It seemed there was some who were hDrygulch Dan-July 25
5732john I really appreciate your messages the are so insightful. We humans have beeBenny-Rubin-July 25
5731I think they are promoting more hail storms. I think temp is the same overall. Ajohnlw-July 25
5730Reno area has several. State government finally allowed them. Yes SI has been Drygulch Dan-July 25
5729<i>Vague memory but I remember someone from TRE, that was a long time ago.miraje-July 25
5728"the society has already seen evidence of a changing climate in the 25 yearDrygulch Dan-July 25
5727No rest for Alberta’s cloud seeders in a summer of monster hailstorms The hailjohnlw2July 25
5726We are now 4" above "average" rain. Huge. Doesn't rain for twjohnlw-July 25
5725Vague memory but I remember someone from TRE, that was a long time ago. PossiblDrygulch Dan1July 24
5724Thanks for this info John. I gotta go check that trail out! I too have to avoid Benny-Rubin-July 24
5723Apparently the bog my entire neighbourhood was built on and the streams that floLoneClone1July 23
5722I met you and your wife when we went to visit that winery. Think is was over in miraje-July 23
5721We lived in the outskirts of Gardnerville for about 10 years. 2008 - 2018. I tDrygulch Dan1July 23
5720There's a lot of peat bogs in Vancouver. See: yourhometeam.com I know you EL KABONG!!!-July 23
5719I think you will be fine LC the earth doesn't function on a human lifetime sDrygulch Dan1July 23
5718I am basically stuck where I am. I have to live in this part of a very expensiLoneClone-July 23
5717traillink.com i don't remember it being called chester valley trail. ha iJohn Carragher1July 23
5716Had a thunder shower here at 9.20 this morning. Its very hot and humid here too Benny-Rubin-July 23
5715just got back from my walk. no breeze, air very heavy. dark clouds in distance aJohn Carragher-July 23
5714<i>The building I am living in, poorly built on top of a bog, is likely tomiraje-July 23
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