Hopefully you stayed safe and dry Monday as severe storms swept across the D.C./Baltimore region.
And hopefully your regularly-scheduled television viewing wasn't too badly disrupted!
Some fans of the ABC show "The Bachelorette" were peeved when ABC7's Doug Hill interrupted the show to give viewers a weather update, according to Fishbowl DC. They took to Twitter to discuss their disgust and they didn't mince words.Like this frustrated fan:
And this punny user:
— Kelsey Donley (@kelseydonley) June 11, 2013
And -- as you'll see below -- this person who couldn't be more wrong!
Oh hail no. ABC did not just interrupt the only exciting part of the Bachelorette to tell us about bad weather 45+miles away...
— Wendy (@BentleyBlonde) June 11, 2013
OMG NOBODY CARES ABOUT THE WEATHER! Why did abc interrupt the girlfriend part of Bachelorette?!?!?
— Erin P (@eporter715) June 11, 2013
About that weather: Three tornados in Maryland were confirmed by the National Weather Service, including one in Baltimore City, another in Baltimore County and a third in Coltons Point in St. Mary's County.
In Baltimore City, reports indicate a tornado may have touched down in the Locust Point area, where a water spout apparently tore parts of the roof off of a Maryland Port Administration warehouse.
Luckily, no injuries were reported.
Check out some of the best tweets with shots of the tornados, funnel clouds and damage from the storms:
— FOX Baltimore (@FOXBaltimore) June 10, 2013
— Brian Kuebler (@BrianfromABC2) June 11, 2013
— Russ Ptacek, WUSA9 (@RussPtacek) June 10, 2013
— Markus H (@FollowKotty) June 11, 2013
And a video of the Baltimore tornado:
Tornado near Baltimore pic.twitter.com/aHkrqYuJFJ
— Billy Godrick (@b_godrick01) June 11, 2013
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