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Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583242
05/13/22 03:13 PM
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A big chunk of the East end of the State took a hit I was set up for seated BUI training tomorrow here in town a short day was planned but now Im heading to Pierre instead because the first instructor they lined up lost a barn yesterday.

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Was born in a Big City Will die in the Country OK with that!

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Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583269
05/13/22 04:44 PM
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Friend of mine from Madison lost all the buildings on his farm but the house. Lots of OLD cottonwoods went down. Shame.

Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583667
05/14/22 08:55 AM
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I think the nature of prairie storms is one reason why our cottonwoods don't have a long life span compared to some species in the eastern or western forests. I think the life span for cottonwoods in this region is typically listed at about 125 years, a 150 year cottonwood is uncommon, a 200 year old cottonwood extremely rare. In the eastern or western forested regions, 200 years is the minimum of being considered old growth...


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Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583694
05/14/22 09:23 AM
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Fire and wind are features of the prairie ecosystem. Changing nature sometimes comes up against obstacles.

Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583710
05/14/22 09:37 AM
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Scientists discovered the cause of the high winds was because Wisconsin really sucks

Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583780
05/14/22 11:11 AM
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Had our deciduous trees been fully leafed out, there would not be a standing tree for counties. Yall need firewood, come get it!!!!


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Re: Nebraska/South Dakota winds [Re: NebrCatMan] #7583829
05/14/22 01:03 PM
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Derecho wind.-A violent prolonged wind event at the leading edge of a large curved storm front.


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