Title: Don't fool with Mother Nature
A/N: This story does take place during the second season, Spring second semester. This story is strictly AU. It will not follow canon at all.
This is my first story. Please review and be nice.
Disclaimer: I don't own Glee.
Somewhere over Siberia
In the upper atmosphere, an area of low pressure forms. At this stage, it is trying to organize itself as it moves east over Kamchatka. For right now there is no lower level low, yet. As it drifts eastward towards the North Pacific, it gains strength. This development does not go unnoticed in this modern day in age. Weather satellites orbiting overhead catch this particular storm. As the storm reaches the area near Alaska, it turns southeast parallel the western half North America. Now, the storm is around 200 miles of the coast of California. It is waiting for the sub-tropical jet stream to move it towards the US. The low as it moves east causes the jet stream to dip around the low. It hits the coast in between San Diego and Los Angeles. It now has a surface low and a cold front associated with the upper level low. The track of the storm takes it across the lower half of California, Arizona and New Mexico. It hits Texas, the most prone for weather related storm damage.
Meanwhile the national weather service in Ft. Worth, TX
HAS ISSUED TORNADO WATCHES FOR ALL OF NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS, INCLUDING: DALLAS, TARRANT, EASTLAND, ELLIS, DENTON, COLLIN, KAUFMAN, PARKER, WISE, COOKE, GRAYSON, JACK, ERATH, HOOD, SOMERVEL, JOHNSON, FANNIN, HUNT, ARCHER, YOUNG, STEPHENS,NAVARRO, MEXIA, FREESTONE, ROCKWALL, HILL, BOSQUE.
900 Young St, Dallas, TX Channel 8 newsroom
Steve McCauley1, meteorologist was concerned that the storm will be bad. He looked at all the data and there was no Mexican plume to flatten out the thunderstorms. He says to himself "This will not be pretty." He orders the station to break into regular programming and announces that according to radar, there is broken line of thunderstorms heading their way.
On the radar screen, already several possible tornadoes have been detected by the Doppler radar that most stations use. Several outlying counties have also been hit by tornadoes. Dallas and Ft. Worth was hit six times. The damage to both cities was tremendous. Pete Delkus2 and Steve McCauley both shook their heads in wonderment. This same storm, if it stayed on track will hit the small town in Ohio, in which neither of the weathermen knew about.
1 Steve is an actual weatherman for Channel 8 here in Dallas. I don't own him
2 Pete is an actual weatherman for Channel 8 here in Dallas. I don't own him