just holds my finger. I think it's a confidence issue that she will overcome soon. Hope you are getting a good start to your week and thanks, as always, for reading my blog and sending me your advice! kendra . kent @foxcarolina.com
street was possibly struck by lightning during the storm, causing it to catch fire. FOX Carolina Chief Meteorologist Kendra Kent said the worst storms had passed through the area by 6:30 p.m. She said the storms were fueled by 90 degree temperatures
Obviously this world is a different one from the one our parents lived in, so I personally think that supervision is key. What are your thoughts on this? Let me know! Email me at kendra . kent @foxcarolina.com or post on my Facebook page!
Wooly Mammoth is long haired black kitty at Greenville County Animal Care. Kendra Kent chose him as her Four Legged Friend because he was so friendly and sweet, despite some injuries. He was most likely in a fight
left behind downed trees across parts of the Upstate and knocked out power to some. FOX Carolina Chief Meteorologist Kendra Kent said there were no confirmed tornadoes after Greenville County deputies reported two possible funnel cloud sightings
powerful storms had completely moved out of the area by 6:30 p.m., according to FOX Carolina chief meteorologist Kendra Kent . Dispatchers said lightning from one of the storms was responsible for a fire at a Greenville County apartment complex
thunderstorms will diminish for Thursday night, but a few areas of light rain will be possible. FOX Carolina meteorologist Kendra Kent said heavy rain and lightning will be the primary threats, but a few storms could produce damaging winds and hail on
cup I can find, but we always go back to the bottle ultimately. Please email me any tips or advice you may have! kendra . kent @foxcarolina.com Hope you are having a great summer, and enjoying some time with your kiddos!
form tornadoes. You can see the swirling of the clouds as the massive rotating storm develops. Chief Meteorologist Kendra Kent says that we can definitely see thunderstorms like this in South Carolina, but they aren't usually as large and dramatic