After the storms, morning fog at 6 a.m. For the moment, the wi-fi is working, but there may be problems with the connection. Maybe it is the weight of branches and wet leaves brushing against a power line.
There have been power outages reported, and some flooding in the low-lying areas. Tornadoes reportedly touched down near Pontiac and Danville, in south central Illinois, towns surrounded by cornfields.
The fog is not as dense as the photo above, but there is a feeling of uncertainty. The air is thick and humid. Everything is dripping. I can see fallen branches and leaves from the storms last night. Elsewhere, there is more serious damage.
I can hear the calls of the morning birds as a new day begins...
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