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Officials react to potential bad weather

Some stores see rise in business after warning

June 13, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Although some area residents said they were not concerned about an impending storm, officials were ready for the worst Wednesday afternoon....

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Jun-13-13 3:03 PM

Uh huh, he's the one that told us at 11pm one night the rivers weren't going to flood. By the next morning the entire area was under record floodwaters from the Ohio and Little Kanawha, the Bellville locks were damaged, some of Happy Valley had to be bought out afterward, and Marietta suffered severe damage. Ahh but no, those rivers were not going to flood, according to you know who.

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Jun-13-13 12:28 PM

Bad weather will never surprise us with Mr Greenfield ,and his Eye To The Sky.The greatest weather reporter since Mr Wilson.

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Jun-13-13 11:13 AM

Dang, it looks creepy outside!!

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Jun-13-13 8:30 AM

The sky is falling!!! The sky is falling!!!!

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Jun-13-13 4:04 AM

Buy mass quantities of everything! It may be years before the stores open again.

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