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Bob's Burgers

April 19th Severe Event

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3 minutes ago, SmokeEater said:

Debris to 23,000 feet now, met on WDAM is freaking.

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What would cause the velocity to be this impressive but have the cc hole progressively get less pronounced? Can someone smarter then me answer this?
There may not be anything to hit where it's at, it's coming up on Purvis very quickly though.

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That couplet is over 3 miles wild. Likely another very wide tornado in progress. 

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Just now, StormySquares said:

What would cause the velocity to be this impressive but have the cc hole progressively get less pronounced? Can someone smarter then me answer this?

Not hitting anything, regardless of how strong the tornado is there needs to be something in its path to loft debris. 

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Just now, mob1 said:

Not hitting anything, regardless of how strong the tornado is there needs to be something in its path to loft debris. 

Plenty of trees in MS. The terrain it's going over isn't any different then when the cc hole was very deep. 

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1 minute ago, MUWX said:

That couplet is over 3 miles wild. Likely another very wide tornado in progress. 

It looked super wide from the bit of it that Brett had on stream 

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Just now, StormySquares said:

Plenty of trees in MS. The terrain it's going over isn't any different then when the cc hole was very deep. 

This is part of the MS "Pine Belt."

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3 minutes ago, pbrussell said:

Keep an eye on the supercell trailing the main storm. We are getting a hook echo on that one 

Seems familiar... 

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Couplet is looking weaker. It could be about to cycle and hand off to a circulation to the sw 

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Hoping it splits the middle between Purvis and Hattiesburg. Gonna be close. There is both an industrial area and a residential subdivision there NW of Purvis on Maps.

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Here's the 00Z LIX sounding for reference. Hodograph still isn't all that impressive. I suspect the current cell managed to latch onto an outflow boundary from earlier storms.

 

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