Tornado Riverside off 130th St Approx 5pm
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The winning shot!
Holly says ... on Sunday, Sep 9 at 8:02 PM
I was really scared that day because my brother was working at the casino and my sister was at the county fair. The storm went right past my house on G26.
Ethan says ... on Friday, May 23 at 11:20 AM
These are all signs of the second coming of christ, riverside never gets tornadoes, china's quakes, california fires, the war. Jesus is coming, so get prepared!
CRUISIN WITH THE CLOUD says ... on Friday, May 23 at 1:31 PM
I was there, 3 of them and came closer to my vehicle, then stopped! Super scary stuff.
I guess thats the process of nature...pure natural power!!! :)
born and raised in california says ... on Saturday, May 24 at 2:39 AM
omg that is so scary.
i hope everyone is safe and okay<3
something's not right
what is going on with the world...
this is bogus says ... on Monday, Apr 27 at 4:02 PM
Wait, hasn't christ already come way more than twice? Doesn't he or she come very year at easter, dressed in pastel?
KEVIN says ... on Tuesday, May 5 at 7:59 AM
Anonymous says ... on Friday, Aug 21 at 2:59 PM
Always remember- the first three letters of "FUNNEL CLOUD" are "F", "U" and "N".
Chelsea says ... on Wednesday, Mar 23 at 10:26 PM
I live in Kalona and the sirens never went off! thanks washington county! But sweet picture!
katie log says ... on Wednesday, Jul 13 at 4:39 PM
i have heard of way worse tornados
kobebryant24 says ... on Saturday, May 5 at 3:50 PM
did you see that yourself?!
Franq says ... on Monday, Nov 25 at 7:48 PM
If you use some of the letters from "Funnel Tornados" you can spell
"TONS O FUN"
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