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    Joplin, MO
  1. Looks like some people may get some moisture from Tropical Storm Cindy. Especially down south. Looks like the models have backed off on a strong nino for winter. Looks neutral to weak nino at this time.
  2. Don't think it made it to baseball sized hail here. It looks like most of it was around quarter sized with some slightly larger. It was very noisy and destructive to plants though. They did get golfball sized in Carthage.
  3. Well, that storm wasn't much, just a lot of heavy rain, no wind, some very small hail, even a minimal amount of lightning and thunder. So glad for that though.
  4. Yep, storm shelter. Packed everything I wanted to keep (important documents, etc..) in there earlier anticipating today.
  5. Getting started just to my north it looks like.
  6. NW winds at Joplin airport, SW muggy winds at my house. OFB likely somewhere over Joplin.
  7. I'm getting an eerie May 22nd vibe. It's very humid outside, a passing shower/thundershower passed through around noon. A cluster of storms in SE KS moving slowly. It hasn't been as sunny as that day though. If rapid development happens in far NE OK..... very eerie. I'm hoping the SE KS storms produce a cold pool and accelerate to the SE with it and push through. My fear is they'll produce an OFB that comes south at the same time explosive development happens in NE OK and they'll ride that boundary and produce tornadoes.....
  8. What's causing all the clouds and attempted shower/storm over the OK/KS border in NE OK?
  9. 10% hatched tornado. Yikes.
  10. Well, tomorrow is going to be no fun.
  11. Wild ride with that line of storms. Sub-severe here but it poured rain and blew a bit. Just to the south and east probably got it worse, wall cloud was spotted down by Neosho I guess.
  12. Population usually (areas with higher population). Typically like a tornado emergency for flooding. Nearing 4.25" here and nearly all of it was runoff because of saturated ground. Some areas to the south probably have 9+" by now. I know they just shut down the city of Seneca and are having the MO Highway Patrol/National Guard rescue people and evacuate the town now. Neosho lost 2 water pumps and are on the backup towers now, people have had to be evacuated that experienced flooding. Pretty bad in this area.
  13. Flash Flood emergencies to my south. Already 8 inches of rain and still pouring down there....
  14. Tulsa survey found, 2, EF-1 tornadoes last night with the head of that bow echo near Adair, OK. Looks like they were on the ground at the same time.
  15. Large and Extremely dangerous TOG in NE OK?