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Texas/Oklahoma/Louisiana/ Mississippi/Alabama - weather/Tornado reports

 
LunaHominem

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You are correct, It is normal. I guess what I was thinking was, "Is it normal to have F2-F3 tornado's in Feb. And to that I would have to say, I don't think so.
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That is what I meant to ask.

Thanks for the responses!
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Yes..It was like non stop camera flashing without the lightning cracking sounds. It was like something out of a end of the world movie. It freaked me out.
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Do you kind of feel that way about a lot of things these days?
 Quoting: CowgirlK


Actually yes. I've been on this planet for a long time and have seen a lot. I don't know what to think about anything any more. This world is getting very strange. It's like we are all on the spin cycle and the stop button is broken.



I agree with everything you stated here . . . feel that way, too . . . nothing makes sense . . . not at all the way it used to when we were younger.
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Do you kind of feel that way about a lot of things these days?
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Actually yes. I've been on this planet for a long time and have seen a lot. I don't know what to think about anything any more. This world is getting very strange. It's like we are all on the spin cycle and the stop button is broken.
 Quoting: CowgirlK


I agree with everything you stated here . . . feel that way, too . . . nothing makes sense . . . not at all the way it used to when we were younger.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18951354



Whoa, the quote feature was all mixed up - had to fix it.
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MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0149
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0218 AM CST MON FEB 11 2013

AREAS AFFECTED...SOUTH TX TOWARD THE MIDDLE TX COAST

CONCERNING...SEVERE POTENTIAL...WATCH POSSIBLE

VALID 110818Z - 110945Z

PROBABILITY OF WATCH ISSUANCE...40 PERCENT

SUMMARY...ISOLATED BOUTS OF SEVERE HAIL WILL BE POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT
ACROSS PORTIONS OF SOUTH TX TOWARD THE MIDDLE TX COAST.

DISCUSSION...STRONG TSTMS HAVE INCREASED OVER THE PAST HOUR ACROSS
SOUTH TX...ROUGHLY FROM THE RIO GRANDE RIVER NORTH OF LAREDO TX
EASTWARD TOWARD THE I-37 VICINITY. THESE STORMS ARE ELEVATED /LIKELY
BASED AROUND 850-900 MB/...AND WILL LIKELY REMAIN THAT WAY...TO THE
NORTH OF A NEAR-COASTAL SURFACE BOUNDARY. CONSIDERING THE 00Z
OBSERVED SOUNDINGS FROM DEL RIO/CORPUS CHRISTI/BROWNSVILLE TX...A
DEGREE OF MID-LEVEL MOISTENING AND PROXIMITY OF STEEP MID-LEVEL
LAPSE RATES ARE LIKELY SUPPORTING MUCAPE OF AT LEAST 1000 J/KG. AND
GIVEN RELATIVELY STRONG SHEAR THROUGH THE CLOUD BEARING LAYER /50+
KT EFFECTIVE SHEAR ESTIMATED PER REGIONAL WSR-88D VWPS/...ELEVATED
SUPERCELLS CAPABLE OF SEVERE HAIL WILL BE POSSIBLE OVERNIGHT. SUCH A
THREAT WILL EXIST ACROSS SOUTH TX INITIALLY...BUT MAY SPREAD TOWARD
THE MIDDLE TX COAST THROUGH THE EARLY MORNING HOURS.

..GUYER/CORFIDI.. 02/11/2013
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MESOSCALE DISCUSSION 0148
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0155 AM CST MON FEB 11 2013

AREAS AFFECTED...SOUTHEAST MS/SOUTHERN AL

CONCERNING...SEVERE POTENTIAL...WATCH POSSIBLE

VALID 110755Z - 110930Z

PROBABILITY OF WATCH ISSUANCE...40 PERCENT

SUMMARY...POTENTIAL EXISTS FOR AT LEAST LOCALIZED WIND DAMAGE ACROSS
SOUTHEAST MS INTO SOUTHERN AL OVERNIGHT. REPETITIVE/LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL WILL ALSO REMAIN A CONCERN OVERNIGHT.

DISCUSSION...SHOWERS/TSTMS HAVE REMAINED PERSISTENT NEAR/IMMEDIATELY
NORTH OF AN WSW-ENE ORIENTED OUTFLOW BOUNDARY ACROSS SOUTHERN
PORTIONS OF MS/AL...THAT ROUGHLY EXTENDS FROM NEAR HATTIESBURG MS
INTO SOUTHWEST/SOUTH-CENTRAL AL. A RECENT RENEWED UPSWING IN
CONVECTIVE INTENSITY HAS OCCURRED WITHIN THIS CORRIDOR...WHICH IS
LIKELY BEING AIDED BY LOW-LEVEL CONFLUENCE/WARM ADVECTION. EVEN
WHILE THESE STORMS WILL TEND TO REMAIN FOCUSED IMMEDIATELY NORTH OF
PRIOR OUTFLOW...CONTINUED CONGEALING OF UPDRAFTS AND STRONG/NEARLY
UNIDIRECTIONAL DEEP LAYER FLOW MAY PROMOTE SOME ORGANIZED/FORWARD
PROPAGATING LINEAR STRUCTURES OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF FAR
SOUTHEAST MS INTO SOUTHWEST/SOUTH-CENTRAL AL. AT LEAST LOCALIZED
WIND DAMAGE WILL BE POSSIBLE ESPECIALLY GIVEN THE POSSIBILITY OF
SMALL BOWING SEGMENTS. HEAVY/REPETITIVE RAINFALL WILL ALSO REMAIN A
CONCERN.

..GUYER/CORFIDI.. 02/11/2013
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SPC: At least 61 injured in Hattiesburg, MS area following #tornado. Raw twister footage courtesy of: @Hattiesburg_MS
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SevereStudios‏@severestudios

Tornado Warning for Duval and Webb County in TX until 4:00am CST. #txwx
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

ICYMI, a massive tornado hit University of S. Miss Sun eve. Video: [link to ow.ly]
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The 6z GFS went completely insane and showed a massive storm hitting the NE next weekend: [link to raleighwx.americanwx.com] This would be heavy rain for coastal areas and very heavy snow inland.
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The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

BREAKING: National Weather Service reports a new total of 63 injuries and 300 homes/buildings damaged in Hattiesburg #tornado. No deaths.
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Brad Panovich‏@wxbrad

Hattiesburg, MS tornado just upgraded to EF-4 with winds of 170 mph via NWS Jackson, MS.
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Brad Panovich‏@wxbrad

Hattiesburg, MS tornado just upgraded to EF-4 with winds of 170 mph via NWS Jackson, MS.
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Just a tad early in the year to start up with those bad boys.
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Dr. Greg Forbes Torcon Index

Tuesday, Feb. 12

Isolated severe thunderstorms in south-central and southeast LA, south MS, south AL, FL panhandle, southwest GA as a wave of low pressure pushes east along a stationary/warm front. Heavy rain in these areas and central AL, central
MS, central GA. Isolated severe thunderstorms and a low chance of a tornado overnight in south AL, east FL panhandle, central and south GA, south SC.

TOR:CON
AL south - 2 to 3
AL east-central night - 2 to 3
FL west panhandle - 3
FL east panhandle - 2 to 3
GA southwest - 2
GA south, central night - 2 to 3
LA south-central, southeast - 3
MS south - 2 to 3
SC south night - 2 to 3
other areas - 1 or less
Wednesday, Feb. 13

Details of the timing/position of a wave of low pressure differ between computer models, but the consensus suggests isolated severe thunderstorms and heavy rain in the eastern FL panhandle, north and central FL, southeast GA, east SC, southeast NC.

TOR:CON
FL east panhandle, north, central - 2 to 3
GA southeast - 3
NC southeast - 3
SC east - 4
other areas - 1 or less
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These dudes are crazy!!! Flying debris can be deadly !
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and the threat will continue today... hiding
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Thank you for that incredible video!

I watched the most powerful tornado ever recorded in May of '99, central Oklahoma from about that distance, and no other video has so effectively captured the view as that one you just posted.

Today, huge fluffy snowflakes here in OK, they melt as soon as they land.
In Memory of Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty: American Heroes, Abandoned and Betrayed.
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folks this is getting serious.............THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN MOBILE HAS ISSUED A

* FLASH FLOOD WARNING FOR...
WESTERN WILCOX COUNTY IN SOUTH CENTRAL ALABAMA...
NORTHERN WAYNE COUNTY IN SOUTHEAST MISSISSIPPI...
CHOCTAW COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST ALABAMA...
NORTHERN CLARKE COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST ALABAMA...

* UNTIL 315 PM CST

* AT 925 AM CST...RADAR PRECIPITATION ESTIMATES INDICATE 1 TO 3
INCHES OF ADDITIONAL RAINFALL HAS FALLEN SINCE 6 AM CST OVER
PORTIONS OF THE WARNED AREA. ADDITIONAL SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
MOVING IN FROM THE WEST COULD PRODUCE ANOTHER 1 TO 2 INCHES
BEFORE EARLY AFTERNOON WITH ADDITIONAL RAINFALL LATER THIS
AFTERNOON AS A SURFACE LOW DEVELOPS AND APPROACHES FROM THE SOUTH.

THIS IS A SERIOUS SITUATION. CHOCTAW COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
ADVISES THAT NUMEROUS ROADS REMAIN CLOSED AND SEVERAL BRIDGES
COULD BE BREACHED IF WATER LEVELS CONTINUE TO RISE.

AREAL FLOOD WARNINGS REMAIN IN EFFECT ALSO FOR THIS AREA TO ADDRESS
STEADILY RISING RIVER AND CREEK LEVELS AS WELL AS THE GENERAL
INUNDATION OF LOW LYING AREAS.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
BOYKIN... WAYNESBORO... TOXEY...
SILAS... PENNINGTON... NEEDHAM...
LISMAN... GILBERTOWN... BUTLER...
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The Weather Channel‏@weatherchannel

The Jan. 29-30 #tornado outbreak in Middle TN was the 2nd largest on record, there, topped only by Apr. 3, 1974: [link to 1.usa.gov]

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