Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Yard Dart, Apr 24, 2014.
Forecasters Are Already Predicting a Massive Tornado Outbreak This Weekend - Yahoo News
Way east of me, but it IS about time to throw a bug bomb in the storm shelter.
I need to make a confession. I am a closet Weather Channel addict, during stormy weather I have been known to watch for hours. Looks like I should monitor things this weekend. I dislike the violence that it causes but I think the weather is an amazing thing.
Just stick me smack dab in the middle of that bright red loop.
Storm shelter packed and ready and we just got back from a $230.00 trip to the FEED STORE.
See y'all on the flip side Sunday.
One can never tell when a twister may spawn. They are so violently frightening. To think that your home and everything you hold dear could just disappear is hard to imagine. I remember the bunch that hit a few years ago--one after another and some that stayed on the ground for miles.
Tornados where I come from are rare but they do occur. It doesn't take much. An EF1 ripped the roof off a nearby elementary school when I was a kid, killed several students.
One chased us down a country road once. No turn offs for many miles, and we blew a tire........that was the fastest tire change I've ever seen outside of Nascar.
I, too, am a weather channel addict. But my thing is because I am typically where either bad spring/summer weather is, or bad winter is. Somehow I always end up in those kind of places at the wrong time.
be careful out there, HK
Yup, -06, and I was in Joplin a month before the big tornado and a month after. Amazingly scary how much damage it did, and you could see the track it took. Where it was there was nothing, where it was close, damage, and a bit away, untouched. But that monster was big, did an incredible amount of damage.
As a kid on our N.C. farm I was in the potato shed with a salt shaker eating raw potatoes. Twister came through and took out our barn just 100 feet away. Parents were going crazy hollering and running about thinking I was in the barn. The heavy rain prevented me from hearing them--sure was glad I was not in the other. We never found some of the things there and some of the tin wrapped the electric wires shorting them out. Twisted our home about 8-10".
Texas Wx this morning, is Blue Sky, Sunshine, CAVU..... Not a cloud in the sky, anywhere..... GrandKids are ALL going to the Pool....
Satellite | GOES-14 Infrared Channel :: Twister
Vaisala - Lightning Explorer
That's so darn cute that Grandpa (you) checked to make sure they were not in harms way with this predicted weather. That just warms my heart.
alaskachick made him do it, he's less, ah, soft ---
We would follow the tornados path in helicopters after a storm. Amazing to see how it's path would wiggle all over the ground.
@Gator 45/70 that would be amazing to see. I think it would make you feel powerless. Tornadoes are so erratic. You never know when they are going to drop.
We once had to run a gauntlet of water spouts crossing the Gulf, I think I counted 34 in a 45 minute time span.
North Carolina parts of under tornado warning. Stay safe all!
Ducking and dodging them as I type. One hit about 3 miles from my place.
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