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There are no words to describe how bad this may have been, that was a very strong tornado in a very populated area at night.

Also watch out for the trailing cell might go directly into Dayton itself.

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Just now, DanLarsen34 said:

F***,  here we go again...

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a little NE of the frst

  
...A TORNADO WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT EDT FOR  
NORTHWESTERN GREENE AND EASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTIES...  
          
AT 1138 PM EDT, A CONFIRMED TORNADO WAS LOCATED OVER VANDALIA, MOVING  
SOUTHEAST AT 35 MPH.  
  
HAZARD...DAMAGING TORNADO.  
  
SOURCE...RADAR CONFIRMED TORNADO. RADAR SHOWS TORNADO DEBRIS IN THE   
         AIR.  
  

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Here we go again :(

...A TORNADO WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL MIDNIGHT EDT FOR
NORTHWESTERN GREENE AND EASTERN MONTGOMERY COUNTIES...
        
At 1138 PM EDT, a confirmed tornado was located over Vandalia, moving
southeast at 35 mph.

HAZARD...Damaging tornado.

SOURCE...Radar confirmed tornado. Radar shows tornado debris in the 
         air.

IMPACT...Flying debris will be dangerous to those caught without 
         shelter. Mobile homes will be damaged or destroyed. Damage 
         to roofs, windows, and vehicles will occur.  Tree damage is 
         likely.

Locations impacted include...
Dayton, Kettering, Beavercreek, Huber Heights, Fairborn, Trotwood,
Vandalia, Englewood, Bellbrook, Moraine, Oakwood, Wright-Patterson
Afb, Riverside, Clayton, Union, Shiloh, Centerville, Fort Mckinley,
Northview and Dayton International Airport.

This includes the following Interstates...
 I-70 in Ohio between mile markers 26 and 39.
 I-75 in Ohio between mile markers 49 and 65.

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Montgomery County Sheriff said it was the "worst I've seen in my career" on FOX Dayton just now. 

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Snowlover2 if you are still here that other circulation to the Northwest is moving SE toward Riverside. Take cover if you aren't already.

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   Columbus Metro and city   
* AT 1141 PM EDT, A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A  
  TORNADO WAS LOCATED OVER OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY, MOVING EAST AT 35  
  MPH.  
  
  HAZARD...TORNADO AND QUARTER SIZE HAIL.  
  
  SOURCE...RADAR INDICATED ROTATION.  
  
  IMPACT...FLYING DEBRIS WILL BE DANGEROUS TO THOSE CAUGHT WITHOUT   
           SHELTER. MOBILE HOMES WILL BE DAMAGED OR DESTROYED.   
           DAMAGE TO ROOFS, WINDOWS, AND VEHICLES WILL OCCUR.  TREE   
           DAMAGE IS LIKELY.  
  
* LOCATIONS

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Mesoscale Discussion 0842
   NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
   1032 PM CDT Mon May 27 2019

   Areas affected...Parts of central and southern Ohio into parts of
   northwest West Virginia

   Concerning...Tornado Watch 266...

   Valid 280332Z - 280500Z

   The severe weather threat for Tornado Watch 266 continues.

   SUMMARY...The risk for supercells capable of producing tornadoes
   continues, and may persist at least another couple of hours, into
   the Midnight to 2 AM EDT time frame, across and south of the
   Interstate 70 corridor of Ohio.  Trends are being monitored for the
   possibility of an additional Tornado Watch to the southeast of
   Tornado Watch 266.

   DISCUSSION...The ongoing cluster of severe thunderstorms has failed
   to produce substantive convective outflow, and strongest storms have
   remained generally discrete in nature with a number of supercells
   continuing to develop and track east-southeastward across the
   Interstate 70 corridor roughly between Dayton and Columbus.  This
   includes one cell which has likely produced a strong tornado across
   the Dayton Metropolitan area.  

   It is possible that recent activity has been augmented by at least
   some strengthening of the west-southwesterly 850 mb jet, atop the
   decoupling boundary layer to the warm side of the front.  However,
   it remains unclear how much longer this will persist, with boundary
   layer instability to the warm side of the front gradually waning
   with the loss of daytime heating.  And models suggest supporting
   lift associated with low-level warm advection may tend to shift more
   eastward than southeastward across the remainder of central/southern
   Ohio through 05-06z.  However, in the near term, large clockwise
   curved low-level hodographs will maintain a continuing risk for
   tornadoes with the stronger supercells as they progress south of
   Interstate 70.

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From ILN Twitter Page 

[11:40 PM] DEBRIS BEING LOFTED INTO THE AIR FROM A TORNADO NEAR VANDALIA OHIO MOVING SOUTH. TAKE COVER IN SHILOH, DAYTON, NORTHRIDGE, AND HUBER HEIGHTS. THIS IS A DANGEROUS SITUATION!!!

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1 minute ago, Stebo said:

There are no words to describe how bad this may have been, that was a very strong tornado in a very populated area at night.

Also watch out for the trailing cell might go directly into Dayton itself.

It was sort of looking like the day might have a chance to pass without much in the way of stronger tornado activity, but things have really escalated this evening.  

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1 minute ago, Stebo said:

Snowlover2 if you are still here that other circulation to the Northwest is moving SE toward Riverside. Take cover if you aren't already.

Yeah I’m watching local news. Might miss me just north again.

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This is horrifying. I'm hoping that everyone in the path of the new formation is awake from the first one and taking shelter. All those people likely asleep...just sickening.

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Just now, Hoosier said:

It was sort of looking like the day might have a chance to pass without much in the way of stronger tornado activity, but things have really escalated this evening.  

This year has been loving the surprise late night tornado hits.

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