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That fire hose in the foothills needs to shut off soon or there’s going to be trouble


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I think anything (tornadoes ) are going to have a hard time getting going with the backing of the winds in the mid levels. I’m even referring to later after this line passes. All the soundings that I’m looking at have pretty good backing in the mid levels.

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This spin up looks pretty healthy headed towards Crossville. Radar is so far away it’s hard to tell though.

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10 minutes ago, nrgjeff said:

6:21 AM Central Time, Tuesday May 4

Let's just hit all the places in the South that have been hit before...Yazoo City, Tupelo, now Gallatin.

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Let's just hit all the places in the South that have been hit before...Yazoo City, Tupelo, now Gallatin.

And Cullam


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Well, if the Bama boundary lifts north this afternoon... Cullman!

I think ETn is out of the severe threat for this afternoon unless we get an extended period of clouds breaking up. LI are pretty high for this afternoon with the cold pool moving in but SBCAPE will probably be just a few hundred JK unless we get some clearing. Storm mode is a lot more messy than I anticipated.


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15 hours ago, nrgjeff said:

6:21 AM Central Time, Tuesday May 4

Is that the only known tornado footage that was captured at 6am? By that I mean ever, not just for yesterday.

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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NASHVILLE TN
452 PM CDT WED MAY 5 2021

...NWS DAMAGE SURVEY FOR MAY 4, 2021 SEVERE WEATHER EVENT...

.SUMMARY...AT LEAST 11 EF-0 TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN ACROSS MIDDLE 
TENNESSEE TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 4TH, CAUSING MOSTLY TREE AND 
POWERLINE DAMAGE, MINOR ROOF DAMAGE, AND SEVERAL DESTROYED 
OUTBUILDINGS.  NWS NASHVILLE WILL CONTINUE PUTTING THE PIECES 
TOGETHER OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS INCLUDING REFINING DETAILS ON 
PATH LENGTH AND WIDTH, START/END LOCATIONS, AND TIMES. ALL OF THIS 
INFORMATION IS VERY PRELIMINARY AND WILL BE CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED.  

AS OF RIGHT NOW, THIS MAKES 16 TORNADOES TOTAL IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE 
SO FAR THIS YEAR (INCLUDING ONE EF-0 IN COFFEE COUNTY ON MAY 3RD, 
ONE EF-0 TORNADO IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY ON APRIL 8, AND AN EF-2/EF-1/EF-0 
ON MARCH 25 IN WAYNE, RUTHERFORD, AND WILSON COUNTIES RESPECTIVELY).  

 

https://forecast.weather.gov/product.php?site=NWS&issuedby=OHX&product=LSR

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