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Tornado threat 18th March onward

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First Tornado Warning of the day for Washington County in Missouri. "Moving NorthEast at 75mph."

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just found this....Live coverage

 

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Something to look forward to.  Thought I had used up the free trial already, but have downloaded GRL2.  Have to manually add the site data - but simple enough.  Anyone interested it's on the GRLX site. 

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PDS Tornado Watch issued until 9pm CDT. Storm up near Seubenville looks pretty good right now! 2.75" hail

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Posted (edited)

Brett Adair saying on his stream he thinks today will be a bust, personally I am not so sure but we will see.

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19 minutes ago, Kirkcaldy Weather said:

Brett Adair saying on his stream he thinks today will be a bust, personally I am not so sure but we will see.

Not willing to give it up yet. Plenty of severe warnings out. Another hour or so yet!

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1 minute ago, mikeofmacc said:

Not willing to give it up yet. Plenty of severe warnings out. Another hour or so yet!

Given we seen an EF4 (will always be argue able it was an EF5) in Cookeville a few weeks ago and they were barely in a 2% risk could be a storm season full of surprises. 

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1 minute ago, Kirkcaldy Weather said:

Given we seen an EF4 (will always be argue able it was an EF5) in Cookeville a few weeks ago and they were barely in a 2% risk could be a storm season full of surprises. 

Absolutely. Though already a lot of severe warnings well East in the ENH Risk area.

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1 minute ago, mikeofmacc said:

Absolutely. Though already a lot of severe warnings well East in the ENH Risk area.

 

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Reporting major damage and injuries in Jonesboro, looking at it I was getting Tuscaloosa flashbacks...

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Couplet forming on tornado warned storm near East Galesburg, IL.

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Now this is SOME situation happening right now.

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15 minutes ago, Kirkcaldy Weather said:
Reporting major damage and injuries in Jonesboro, looking at it I was getting Tuscaloosa flashbacks...

Same here...

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Posted (edited)

Watching Brett Adair right now on a t warned cell.

 

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Nice cell developing on Justin Hilliard's feed.

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When you see a car literally tore in half you know it was an INTENSE tornado, 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Kirkcaldy Weather said:
 

 

170mph wind speeds is like an EF4 right?

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2 minutes ago, Zak M said:

170mph wind speeds is like an EF4 right?

On the EF scale yes 

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The Enhanced Fujita Scale provides an estimated range of a tornado's wind speeds, based on the tornado's damage.

but they have so many things that go into the storm surveys which is probably why we rarely see EF5’s which as I mentioned the Cookeville tornado probably could have been https://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/ef-scale.html

This is the old F scale https://www.spc.noaa.gov/faq/tornado/f-scale.html

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