Frightful to Delightful
25 -- It was a dark and stormy morning at SFSU. At 8 a.m.
the University was hit with a torrential rainstorm described by meteorology's
John Monteverdi as "the most intense I have ever seen at San Francisco
State." The professor estimated that at least one inch of rain fell
in just the first half hour. Anyone on campus that day would agree with
Monteverdi's assessment: The morning deluge was "awesome."
The storm caused power outages across campus. Classes were cancelled for
the remainder of the day.
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