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Mid to Late May 2019 Severe Threats

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Just now, USCAPEWEATHERAF said:

Joplin has another two clusters of monster supercells capable of monster violent long-tracking tornadoes attached to them to go through.

you should write a book about it

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1 minute ago, MUWX said:

Golden city is tiny. If it misses the dot on radar scope, it will miss town 

Yeah, except radar isn't quite that precise, gets distorted a bit.

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Two tornadoes on ground near Golden City as storm cycled.  

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2 minutes ago, DanLarsen34 said:

Anyone have any idea why this isn’t a tornado emergency? It’s passing off to a new one too.

I think because it only has a population of 750 or so...most times its for bigger towns....altough I have seen them issued for "higher populated" rural areas before too..I think it varies from office to office

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1 minute ago, DanLarsen34 said:

Anyone have any idea why this isn’t a tornado emergency? It’s passing off to a new one too.

I'd guess because it isn't a highly populated area.

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2 minutes ago, olafminesaw said:

Yeah, except radar isn't quite that precise, gets distorted a bit.

For sure. Just trying to give some perspective on how small that town is. 

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Do not know if this is the right place but two barges broke loose in Muskogee and going down the Arkansas and can not be gotten. Heading to Webbers Falls and the town is already under a mandatory evac do to flooding. Emergency management said if barges hit the dam then Webbers Falls could be lost. 

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3 minutes ago, DanLarsen34 said:

Three distinct areas of rotation showing up now.

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I hope chasers are backing off this cell now.

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4 minutes ago, lokee said:

Do not know if this is the right place but two barges broke loose in Muskogee and going down the Arkansas and can not be gotten. Heading to Webbers Falls and the town is already under a mandatory evac do to flooding. Emergency management said if barges hit the dam then Webbers Falls could be lost. 

And the I-40 bridge there had a partial collapse from a barge hit over a decade ago. 

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Just now, NorthArlington101 said:

New Eucha, OK needs to watch out.

That cell has been looking a lot meaner.

It keeps ramping up, then ramping down. It may put down a monster soon.

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Major structural damage reported just west of Golden City. There are some clusters of a few houses both west and immediately north of them. I'm assuming the ones to the west got hit hard. 

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DADE MO-  
925 PM CDT WED MAY 22 2019  
  
...A TORNADO WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 945 PM CDT FOR  
NORTHWESTERN DADE COUNTY...  
      
AT 924 PM CDT, A CONFIRMED LARGE AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TORNADO WAS  
LOCATED NEAR LOCKWOOD, OR 7 MILES NORTHWEST OF GREENFIELD, MOVING  
NORTHEAST AT 30 MPH.  

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Confirmed large and dangerous tornado on ground near Lockwood, MO in Dade county

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3 minutes ago, DanLarsen34 said:

It keeps ramping up, then ramping down. It may put down a monster soon.

Jay, Ok in trouble ramping up at the wrong time..

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Storm off to the North of Golden City has lost a bit of its organization. It could still cycle at any time, but it’s been taking a bit of a breather after putting down at least 2 long track and potentially violent tornadoes. 

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