Apparently the regular sacrifice of trailer parks to our tornadic overlords is no longer pleasing in their sight:
ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) — A trail of uprooted and broken trees, downed utility lines, peeled-off roofs and collapsed brick walls marked the path of a tornado that tore through downtown Atlanta.
The National Weather Service confirmed late Saturday morning that an EF-2 tornado with winds up to 130 mph struck the city Friday night.
Best wishes to the people of Atlanta. Being from Alabama, I spent many a weekend in Hotlanta while growing up.
Blogger Michael Demmons was out of town at the time; he reports that both he and his house are safe.
To make matters worse, the Mississippi State vs Alabama SEC tourney game was able to resume play after the all-clear, with Alabama losing 69-67.