Some of you know I live in Plattsburg,work in St.Joe-bout 45 mile drive. Had to leave at 7 Sun.,but after the heavy rains I delayed a few min. til it was a little lighter outside. Lots of standing water on the road.As I reched the n. end of Gower,I started seeing shingles,branches,downed signs,and finally a whole pole building down.About a 100 yard wide path of major damage.Later I found out I missed a tornado/micro-burst/straight line wind...by about 2 minutes. The next 5 miles the road(169 hwy)got progressively worse,lots of farm ponds overflowing onto the road.Stopped once to remove 2 railroad ties(heavy!!)that washed onto the road. Popped over a hill and saw a river of water rushing across the hwy.Just like you see on T.V.,a car tried to cross it and stalled out.As I stopped,a few more cars arrived,everyone whipping out their cell phones.Ended up having to turn around and backtrack quite a few miles,and make my way to work in a series of long gravel country roads. Took me almost 2 hours to get to work.Some areas looked like New Orleans,but on the way home all the water had receeded and everyone was out with their chainsaws cleaning up. One weird thing on the way home.I pass at least 20 cattle farms,if not more,on my drive.The ponds were back in their banks on the way home,and on almost every farm the cows were standing in the pond.Of course I see them do this all the time,but have never seen it on every farm all at the same time.Strange.