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mob1

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  1. The northernmost tornado warned storm in CO looks very impressive right now.
  2. Here's a video of the same Tornado, though the chasers seem a bit idiotic TBH.
  3. Congrats to everyone seeing snow today, it's always a treat this late in the season. I'll be at Killington Sunday and it looks like they're just about in the heavy deform band, though not much going on just to their west.
  4. I wonder if that large area of convection offshore will put a bit of a lid on things later. Either way, most mesoscale models show a decent nocturnal tornado threat, though they're likely to be embedded in a line.
  5. There are some reports of damage to homes coming in from that area.
  6. There's was a brief TDS with this couplet
  7. Fairly large 10 percent tornado contour for today. Not the most impressive wind profiles but we can probably get numerous weak spin-ups in the warm sector.
  8. The Wednesday evening/night threat still looks decent.
  9. They compromised and slapped a severe warning on this. SMH.
  10. Yeah, this isn't a new phenomenon. The storm has had a tight couplet for quite a while now.
  11. Yeah, looks impressive from multiple radar sites. Pretty surprising that it doesn't have a warning.
  12. The tornado warned storm in northern Alabama doesn't look too shabby either.
  13. Does anyone know if there are any ground reports from Cave Springs? I hate that stupid radar hole.
  14. If that storm in Cave Springs is still producing a tornado, it looks like it just went right over them.
  15. Man, that cell is still going strong and is about to enter Georgia.
  16. Wow, the motion on that tornado east of Ragland is wicked!
  17. While it's still in a crappy radar spot, it still looks like there might be a TOG heading towards Ragland.
  18. The cell near Mabank looks good, wouldn't be surprised if it gets a tornado warning soon. Very impressive hail core as well.
  19. It's really hard to equate how different events will be affected by junk-vection and/or messy storm mode. With that said, it's definitely possible to have a fairly significant event even with very little spacing between storms, just not the violent tornadoes you get with high caliber outbreaks. One other notable difference between this event is also the LLJ, which is already quite impressive even early in the afternoon. Like is always the case though, you always have to temper expectations a little bit when there's basically no cap.
  20. There must be an insane hail core associated with this cell. Edit; the warning does mention 2 inch hail
  21. I'm not really sure either. Updraft Helicity looks somewhat improved over 12Z, especially for TN. Overall it still looks fairly devoid of deep surface based convection.
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