Damejune2, another thing that doesn't help (but I do it also) is tracking storms from their birth. It would probably help your nerves if you didn't really start paying attention to them until your local forecaster brought it to your attention. If we paid attention to every storm and worried where it would hit, we would go crazy (at least I would). So it would probably help to take a break from it for awhile.
BTW, I've lived here all my life and absolutely love it. I love the storms, everything! Would never want to live anywhere else.
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