When you are on the run in the United States, you can expect to be hit by a tornado

Posted September 07, 2018 07:48:25When you are living in the Southwestern United States of America, you probably have seen the devastating flooding that has hit the country.

But you probably haven’t been hit by one.

A few days ago, the US National Weather Service announced a tornado was possible in the area of Saratoga Springs, New York.

The National Weather Services also warned of severe thunderstorms in the areas of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, and Fairfield, Connecticut.

On Sunday night, the National Weather Center warned the area near Saratogas, New Mexico was in the midst of severe flooding.

The New York Times reported there was significant damage from hail and downed power lines.

“We have seen a significant increase in wind gusts in the last week or so.

We saw a storm surge of 20 feet or more.

It’s been quite a storm,” meteorologist John C. Schoeller said.

The storm surge, or flood surge, is the surge of water in a storm that occurs after the wind picks up, the Times reported.

Schoeller told the Times that there were two other storms that formed over the same area.

The first was Hurricane Irma, which passed the Atlantic coast on September 5, 2017.

The storm also impacted parts of Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Hurricane Irma knocked out power lines and damaged homes in Puerto Rico.

The second storm was Hurricane Jose, which hit Florida on September 7, 2017, destroying trees, power lines, and power poles.

The National Weather Centre has also issued a tornado warning for Saratoyas.

The Weather Service said there were “two tornadoes in the vicinity of Sarate Springs, with the strongest tornado in the Saratoka area near the intersection of Route 1 and Route 16.”

A tornado warning was in effect until 4:00 p.m. local time (1:00 a.m ET) on Sunday.

The tornado was not damaging or causing significant damage.