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Tornadoes Today

I didn’t post a prediction this morning. Arkansas got hit hard yesterday, as all of the mainstream media has reported. Today, Mississippi and Alabama are getting hit hard. I have spent the day checking radar, satellite, NWS, Facebook and Twitter … Continue reading

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High Risk Tornadoes on Sunday

I did not get a chance to post on Sunday about the high risk situation in the midwest. Typically, this would be out of my chase territory, but it was a significant weather situation that I did watch as closely … Continue reading

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5-24-11 Follow up: 47 Tornadoes

Obviously, yesterday was a bad day in the plains. El Reno and a few other Oklahoma City suburbs took direct hits. My thoughts are with those folks. As far as my predictions went, I caught two tornadoes, both near Canton, … Continue reading

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5-24-11 Predictions

SPC has issued a HIGH RISK today. SPC has also predicted a 30% tornado risk. I don’t think I’ve seen one of those this year, but I bet there was one during the southern outbreak in April. We have a … Continue reading

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4-26-11 Follow up: 58 Tornadoes

SPC shows 58 tornado reports for yesterday’s outbreak. From my first choice, Corsicana, TX, there were 6 tornadoes within 50 miles, the closest being in Garrett, TX, 25 miles away. Other tornadoes were in: Mabank (x2), Groesbeck, Kemp, and Seven … Continue reading

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