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WEIRD WEATHER IN WETUMPKA

MONDAY

JULY 4, 2011

 

GOOD MORNING AND HAPPY 4TH!

A RARE WEATHER OCCURRENCE LEFT BEHIND QUITE A MESS IN WETUMPKA. A "MICROBURST" HIT THE CITY SUNDAY NEAR WETUMPKA HIGH SCHOOL. THE BURST OF ENERGY RIPPED APART THE SCOREBOARD AT THE SOFTBALL FIELD, BLEW OVER PRIVACY FENCES, AND PROVIDED QUITE A SCARE. WE'LL HAVE MORE ON THE CLEANUP ON TODAY IN ALABAMA.

ALABAMA CONGRESS MEMBERS MARTHA ROBY AND MIKE ROGERS ARE SOUNDING OFF ABOUT THE NATION'S DEBT CEILING AND SPENDING. FIND OUT WHAT THEY THINK THE CHANCES ARE THAT A DEAL WITH BE REACHED AND WHEN THAT DEAL MIGHT HAPPEN.

IF YOUR SUMMER PLANS INCLUDE SOME BEACH TIME -- YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK FOR CLOSURES FIRST. A NEW REPORT FROM THE NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL FINDS U-S BEACHES WERE CLOSED FOR MORE THAN TWENTY-FOUR THOUSAND DAYS IN 2010. WE'LL TELL YOU WHAT THE MOST COMMON REASON WAS FOR TOO-HIGH LEVELS OF BACTERIA...COMING UP THIS MORNING ON TODAY IN ALABAMA!

WE'LL HAVE THOSE STORIES AND YOUR DOPPLER 12 STORMVISION FORECAST FOR YOUR 4TH OF JULY AND THE WEEK AHEAD, 5-7AM ON WSFA 12 NEWS.

SEE YOU SOON!

TONYA TERRY

 

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