You’re so vain, you probably think this song is about you
You’re so vain, I’ll bet you think this song is about you
Don’t you? don’t you? --Carly Stone
There was quite a thunderstorm in San Diego last Monday night.
"SAN DIEGO – Lightning tore through the skies overnight, keeping authorities busy Tuesday morning with power outages, rain-slickened roadways and small fires.
As of 6:30 a.m., more than 3,300 people were without electricity due to 17 localized power outages, according to San Diego Gas & Electric officials. The majority of those outages were in San Diego's beach neighborhoods, where police reported traffic lights out in several locations. "
"Firefighters in San Diego and the East County reported extinguishing several lightning fires, none of which reached a significant size and most of which consisted of one burning bush or tree." A separate news source stated that two police cars were struck by a fallen tree branch (caused by the lighning)
"Most of the rain fell from about 3 to 6 p.m., with 0.01 of an inch" When I arrived for my class at 4pm, 40minutes later it was a DOWNPOUR but it only lasted for five minutes... it was trippin' because the professor cannot continue her lecture with loud thunderous ligthning striking SO close...!
A excrept from a local blogger that I agreed wholly with his sentiments with this thunderstorm when he said:
"Whoa! In my 26 years in San Diego County, I've never seen a storm like that one last night. It was the Energizer Bunny of T-storms: It kept going, and going, and going. Much to my yelping dog's displeasure.
We had lightning starting around 10:30 last night, and it lasted until almost 7 this morning, with only a few short breaks in between. I can't recall a thunderstorm here that lasted more than a couple of hours. Lost power for at least an hour and a half."
My husband woke me up at 2am by tossing around in the bed. I asked him what was the matter. He pointed to the window (our bed is facing the window to West)... suddenly I was blinded. I rubbed and opened my eyes: "Oh COOL! The thunderstorms are here??" Then I heard a thunder. ME-- A Deafie! It was LOUD enough since it was CLOSE. It was *IN* San Diego.