Storm Watch: Looking Northwest

Here’s how things looked at from my over-privileged roof in northwest Regina at 3:08 p.m.  Doesn’t look too scary yet. There is however a Regina-sized red blotch coming our way from the south.


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Author: Darrol Hofmeister

Darrol Hofmeister takes excellent photos for both respectable clients and scruffy outfits like Prairie Dog. You can reach him at elric@accesscomm.ca

One thought on “Storm Watch: Looking Northwest”

  1. The Science of Sever Storms: Take 3 dashes of sensationalism, big ad dollars, a host of inexperienced technology-reliant young people and retired boomer weather enthusiasts et voila.

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