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November 11th-12th storm system

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total snoozer IMBY but i wasn't expecting much

You probably missed the best winds, as most of the area gusted 50mph+ during the early morning hours.

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DVN going to cyclone's hood

 


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE QUAD CITIES IA IL  955 AM CST THU NOV 12 2015     ..NWS DAMAGE SURVEY TEAM IN THE FIELD TODAY    A TEAM FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN THE QUAD CITIES IS IN  THE FIELD TODAY TO SURVEY DAMAGE FROM THE STORMS THAT MOVED  THROUGH THE AREA WEDNESDAY.     THE TEAM IS INVESTIGATING DAMAGE AT SEVERAL LOCATIONS NORTH AND  EAST OF THE QUAD CITIES...INCLUDING LE CLAIRE IOWA...ERIE  ILLINOIS...AND NORTHERN HENRY COUNTY ILLINOIS. MORE INFORMATION  FROM THE SURVEY IS EXPECTED TO BE AVAILABLE BY LATE THIS AFTERNOON  OR EARLY THIS EVENING.    

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PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT  

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE QUAD CITIES IA IL  

1137 AM CST THU NOV 12 2015  

   

.TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON  

   

.DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.  

 

..REMARKS..  

 

0636 PM TORNADO LE CLAIRE 41.60N 90.36W  

11/11/2015 SCOTT IA NWS STORM SURVEY  

 

TORNADO DEVELOPED ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND TRACKED  

NORTHEAST INTO LE CLAIRE. DAMAGE PRIMARILY TO TREES.  

SEVERAL HOMES HAD ROOF AND SIDING DAMAGE. THE ROOF OF ONE  

HOME WAS LIFTED OFF AND FLIPPED OVER ONTO A NEIGHBORING  

HOME. PATCH LENGTH WAS 2.37 MILES AND PATH WIDTH WAS 50  

YARDS. ESTIMATED PEAK WIND WAS 100 MPH. TORNADO WAS RATED  

EF-1.  

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12 knots is the highest wind we've gotten here in Toronto, haha..

Lol. The cold front hasn't even passed yet for Toronto (although it probably has at the time I'm posting ). Gusting 60-70km/h here in Guelph and peak winds won't be until after the work day is over.

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What kind of mickey mouse b.s is this outside? i'm still waiting for a decent gust of wind...my fart is stronger

DTW and DET have gusted to 45-50mph.

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DTW and DET have gusted to 45-50mph.

Highest gust IMBY is 42mph. 45-50 is still not warning criteria, don't think anyone reached WC.  #lame

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 i'm still waiting for a decent gust of wind...my fart is stronger

 

 

Highest gust IMBY is 42mph.

 

Get that checked out

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Get that checked out

Well if KDTW had 45-50 mph gusts, whats the big difference? Check out what?  42mph vs 45KDTW? This storm has busted so far....

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I'm pretty sure he is implying that if your fart is more than 42 mph....you should have that checked out by a physician

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I'm pretty sure he is implying that if your fart is more than 42 mph....you should have that checked out by a physician

LMAO.... ok, my bad.  On my way right now. ...

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What wind? :unsure:

A huge positive is that I don't have to worry about my power going out! So thank you for failing today

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Been a constant roar today. Sustained around 20 and a couple 40-45mph gusts, but nothing really in the advertised warning criteria. Several of the leaf piles made by my neighbors were kicked up and swirled into a small 'leaf devil' about 10 feet high, which was kinda neat. Also fairly certain I saw a for sale sign get picked up and thrown onto the roof of a nearby house during the strongest gust this morning.

Not a bad day overall.

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It's not like these are not associated with severe t'storms (haven't seen a t'storm since September IMBY, and probably won't see another one until April 2016), so I really don't care if today's winds busted. It was still a crap day.

At least the "rain" overachieved. ;)

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I figured that the damage near Albia, Iowa would be in the EF2 range.

 

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA  
458 PM CST THU NOV 12 2015  
 
...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR THE 11/11/2015 TORNADO EVENT IN  
MONROE AND APPANOOSE COUNTIES...  
 
A STRONG EF-2 TORNADO TRACKED THROUGH THE LAKE RATHBUN AND  
ICONIUM AREAS...SEVERELY DAMAGING A NUMBER OF HOUSES AND  
FARMSTEADS.  
 
RATING: EF-2  
ESTIMATED PEAK WIND: 125 MPH  
PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/: 11.60 MILES  
PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/: 100 YARDS  
FATALITIES: 0  
INJURIES: 0  
 
START DATE: NOVEMBER 11, 2015  
START TIME: 3:24 PM CST  
START LOCATION: 7 MILES NORTH OF PLANO  
 
END DATE: NOVEMBER 11, 2015  
END TIME: 3:35PM CST  
END LOCATION: 7.5 MILES SOUTHWEST OF ALBIA  

 

So far, DMX has confirmed seven tornadoes, although there are likely more to be confirmed.

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Crib is always good for big gusts

 


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO IL  504 PM CST THU NOV 12 2015       ..MAXIMUM WIND GUST REPORTS SINCE WEDNESDAY EVENING    LOCATION                     SPEED     TIME/DATE                              CHICAGO HARRISON-DEVER CRIB  71 MPH    0345 AM 11/12                          3 ESE WAUKEGAN               66 MPH    0740 PM 11/11                          1 SSW OTTAWA                 64 MPH    0200 AM 11/12                          PERU                         60 MPH    0235 AM 11/12                          ROCKDALE                     59 MPH    1200 PM 11/12                          PORTER COUNTY MUNICIPAL AIRP 55 MPH    0309 AM 11/12                          AURORA MUNICIPAL AIRPORT ASO 53 MPH    0700 AM 11/12                          2 W DUNE ACRES               53 MPH    0350 AM 11/12                          DUPAGE AIRPORT - ASOS        53 MPH    0245 AM 11/12                          CHICAGO MIDWAY AIRPORT       52 MPH    0331 AM 11/12                          PONTIAC                      52 MPH    0315 AM 11/12                          DE KALB                      51 MPH    0515 AM 11/12                          GARY CHICAGO INTRNTL AIRPORT 51 MPH    0845 AM 11/12                          CHICAGO OHARE INTL AP        51 MPH    0321 AM 11/12                          CHICAGO EXECUTIVE AIRPORT    51 MPH    0259 AM 11/12                          ROCHELLE AIRPORT AWOS        51 MPH    0115 AM 11/12                          RENSSELAER                   51 MPH    0715 AM 11/12                          2 W GENEVA                   50 MPH    0310 AM 11/12                          CHICAGO/ROCKFORD INTERNATION 49 MPH    0758 PM 11/11                          MORRIS AIRPORT - AWOS        48 MPH    0815 PM 11/11                          CHICAGO-LANSING  APT         48 MPH    0335 AM 11/12                          GREATER KANKAKEE AIRPORT     47 MPH    0335 AM 11/12                          3 SSW MINOOKA                46 MPH    1100 AM 11/12                          LEWIS AIRPORT, ROMEOVILLE    46 MPH    0815 AM 11/12                          2 E HARWOOD HEIGHTS          46 MPH    0830 AM 11/12                          MOUNT PROSPECT               46 MPH    0300 AM 11/12                          JOLIET PARK DISTRICT AIRPORT 44 MPH    0415 AM 11/12                          WAUKEGAN REGIONAL AIRPORT    43 MPH    0319 AM 11/12                          3 NNE WILMINGTON             43 MPH    0305 AM 11/12                          SOUTH CHICAGO                42 MPH    0306 AM 11/12                          ELMHURST                     42 MPH    0740 AM 11/12                          2 ENE WAUKEGAN               41 MPH    0330 AM 11/12                          

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Des Moines airport tornado has been rated EF-0

 


PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT  NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA  543 PM CST THU NOV 12 2015     ..DES MOINES AIRPORT TORNADO SUMMARY    BASED ON A COMBINATION OF EYEWITNESS REPORTS...PHOTOS...AND  RADAR DATA...A SHORT LIVED TORNADO IS CONFIRMED TO HAVE AFFECTED  THE DES MOINES AIRPORT AND LOCATIONS TO THE IMMEDIATE NORTH OF  THE AIRPORT. DAMAGE OCCURRED TO TRAILERS ON THE NORTH AND WEST  SIDE OF THE AIRPORT...AS WELL AS TREES AND WINDOWS TO HOMES AND  STRUCTURES IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD NORTH OF THE AIRPORT. THIS   INFORMATION IS VERY PRELIMINARY AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS  ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS RECEIVED.    RATING:                 EF-0  ESTIMATED PEAK WIND:    75 MPH  PATH LENGTH /STATUTE/:  2.9 MILES  PATH WIDTH /MAXIMUM/:   30 YARDS  FATALITIES:             0  INJURIES:               0    START DATE:             NOVEMBER 11 2015  START TIME:             3:27 PM CST  START LOCATION:         NEAR THE IA-5 AND IA-28 INTERSECTION    END DATE:               NOVEMBER 11 2015  END TIME:               3:31 PM CST  END LOCATION:           NEAR JEFFERSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  

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