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April 12 Severe Event

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Jesus Christ..... From the MD for it.

 

SUMMARY...BASED ON RECENT RADAR AND ENVIRONMENTAL DATA, A VIOLENT TORNADO WITH POTENTIAL PEAK WINDS OF 170 TO 205 MPH (EF4-EF5) IS LIKELY ONGOING. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE EVENT.

 

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Just now, cheese007 said:

Stream anywhere?

Not to my knowledge. Just saw it posted on twitter that he was just south of it 

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Based on recent radar and environmental data, a violent
   tornado with potential peak winds of 170 to 205 mph (EF4-EF5) is
   likely ongoing. THIS IS AN EXCEPTIONALLY RARE EVENT.

 

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1 minute ago, SmokeEater said:

It's going right for Laurel, MS, population 18,000+.

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They already had a pretty nasty tor this past December. Can't catch a break

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Just now, SmokeEater said:

Couplet behind the monster is ramping up fast also....

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Was just about to say that. It's really getting its act together as well. 

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Laurel is mostly developed west and north of downtown, with the latter being the main commercial corridor for the region, so this could be incredibly damaging if it does not miss.

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If you live in Bassfield, if the first tornado didn’t completely flatten your house then the second one probably will. Crazy. Just crazy. 

And to think people were calling this storm system a fail just a few hours ago. :arrowhead:

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The second cell has a rapidly increasing velocity couplet too. Looks like we're about to see another strong/violent tornado on the heels of the lead one.

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1 minute ago, lilj4425 said:

If you live in Bassfield, it the first tornado didn’t completely flatten your house then the second one will. Crazy.

That storm has a reflectivity donut hole now 

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Just now, DanLarsen34 said:

The second cell has a rapidly increasing velocity couplet too. Looks like we're about to see another strong/violent tornado on the heels of the lead one.

PDS warned now with large and extremely dangerous wording...

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