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We were visiting relatives in Morgantown WV and cut our visit short because of a powerful thunderstorm accompanied by high wind and heavy rain that swept eastward across West Virginia Friday evening, uprooting trees, downing power lines, blocking roads, disabling traffic lights and bringing outdoor activities to a halt.
I called my neighbor to see if she could see any damage to our house. We knew that a tree had fallen in our yard, but did not know about the back yard. So when we arrived home Saturday to assess the damage to our property.......there were 10-12 trees that had fallen, or uprooted onto our backyard from the vacant lots next to us. This is a storm to remember .... None of the trees hit our house, deck or patio....lucky us.
The governor of West Virginia declared a state of emergency for the entire state early Saturday morning after the powerful storms left an estimated 500,000 residents without power. "The damage from the storms is widespread and in many places severe," said Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin in a statement.
More than 332,000 homes and businesses, or nearly 70 percent of its West Virginia customers were without power. I was so thankful that we have a generator. Neighbors were invited to bring their food to store in our extra refrigerator in the basement. Water was off for one day only...that was a relief.
My husband and I have been cleaning the yard, but the trees in the back will not be removed until sometime this week...hopefully.
This storm and the damage we have is nothing compared to the terrible fires in Colorado.... West Virginia is lucky as it could have been worse.
Your Real Estate Connection for Lewisburg, WV and the Greenbrier County
If I can assist you in any way with your real estate needs in Lewisburg, WVGreenbrier County or the surrounding areas, please feel free to contact me by phone at (304) 520-2133, emailor visit my website at www.lewisburgwvrealestate4you.com
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Author Bio: Rebecca Gaujot is a licensed REALTOR® with over 20 years of experience helping home buyers and home sellers successfully navigate through a real estate transaction in Lewisburg, White Sulphur Springs, Fairlea, Caldwell,WV and other areas of the Greenbrier County since 2007.
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