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Severe Storms & No Internet...

Discussion in 'RC-Help Lounge' started by Tony, Jun 25, 2018.

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  1. Tony

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    I can hear it now... "Then how are you online now?!?!", and the answer would be, my phone lol. I have it tethered to my computer so I can use my phones internet. Same setup I used in the truck.

    So for the past few days we have had some pretty bad weather around here. Small tornadoes, noting major, but the straightline winds coming out of these storms when they form a squall line (storms lined out) and then form a bow echo (when the storm starts to bow out) causes some very high winds. For 3 nights in a row we have had these, and the storm that came through yesterday killed our internet.

    I keep tabs on the weather and knew what we were in for, but was hoping it would not be as bad as it has gotten. But, it was and we just have to deal with it. Gotta love living in Oklahoma lmao.
     


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