Severe thunderstorms that moved through East Tennessee Friday evening caused damage to several buildings in Seymour.
Photos submitted to WATE 6 On Your Side by viewer Matt Kiser showed damage at a Dollar General building on Chapman Highway. Photos showed damage to the roof and debris from other nearby buildings. A stained glass window blew out at nearby Seymour First Baptist Church and numerous broken and fallen trees were reported.
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All throughout the year (especially springtime) there are FREE SKYWARN Spotter classes offered by the NWS.
They are presented by Anthony Cavalucci and are about 2 hours in length.
If you would like to attend a spotter class, click here to see when one is available.
Classes typically start getting scheduled in the wintertime for the Spring.
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WATCH COUNTY NOTIFICATION FOR WATCH 321
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MORRISTOWN TN
142 PM EDT MON JUL 4 2016
The National Weather Service has issued severe thunderstorm watch
321 in effect until 9 PM EDT this evening for the following areas
in tennessee this watch includes 4 counties
in east tennessee
campbell claiborne hancock
in virginia this watch includes 2 counties
in southwest virginia
in virginia this watch includes 1 independent city
in southwest virginia
city of norton
this includes the cities of, jonesville, la follette, oneida…
sneedville, tazewell and wise.
Almost everyone has experienced this scenario at least once or twice. Despite the near-black clouds in the distance, you make it home from work and breathe a sigh of relief.
Within a few minutes of pulling your car into the garage, it turns green and yellow outside, the leaves on the trees quiet and the birds stop singing. Then you hear it, the tornado siren and, if you’re smart, you manage to get yourself, the kids and the dog down to the basement or other safe shelter just in time.
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The number of casualties of the recent West Virginia Flood has reportedly risen to at least 26.
West Virginia Declared Major Disaster
Last week, the state experienced heavy rain and major flooding. Various cities witnessed cars being washed away, people scrambling to safety and power lines failing to deliver electricity. In fact, the flood left more than 20,000 West Virginians without power for several days and in more unfortunate cases, many even lost their homes.
As a result, President Obama declared it a major disaster. In a statement published by the White House on June 25, Obama “ordered federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts in the area affected by severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides.”
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