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Zireael Nov 24
Replying to @Skogs_ra
Heres a still image of it with better lighting
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Reed Timmer Nov 25
More scenes of substantial damage in Arlington, TX from last night
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Roark Anderson Nov 25
warnings all over Denton tonight and I saw this very eerie shelf could at the leading edge of the storm.
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Tim Slane Nov 20
***Read In Steve Irwin Voice*** Here we have a mother danger noodle with her baby noodle; wandering the vast high plains of Colorado. Crikey! I miss storms...
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Greg McLaughlin Nov 21
is from May 27, 2015 near Canadian, TX as an eF2 reaches maximum intensity. I was able to record the entire 14 minute life cycle of this tornado without moving the camera. What a day!
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Tornado Talk Nov 22
Cobb & Cherokee Counties, GA F4 – Nov 22, 1992! 325+ residences & businesses damaged/destroyed in Kennesaw. Tractor-trailers overturned on I-75. A church on GA Hwy 92 in Cherokee Co. hit while holding services. 46 injured along the path.
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Reed Timmer Nov 25
Looks like / power flashes located just on the north side of rain blob/effective RFD pop from this angle, that's where you would expect the tornado to occur. Assuming this is looking east from behind the storm
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NBCDFW Weather Nov 25
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jason 6h
It’s important to teach preparedness to all the family members.
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AccuWeather Nov 25
A NWS preliminary survey team has determined that an EF2 struck , Texas, on Tuesday night, injuring at least 3 people:
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Tornado Talk Nov 23
Hillsborough, NC F3 – November 23, 1992! 1 of 2-F3 tornadoes to hit NC during the Widespread Outbreak. 5.5 mile path. 10 injured, 2 killed. A total of 53 homes and nine businesses were destroyed.
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Reed Timmer Nov 24
SUPERCELL threat appears legitimate across northwestern and northern OK with initiation around 5 pm likely near the Woodward area. Large hail will be the main threat with LLJ pushing east a bit of the storms, but cannot be ruled out. LARGE HAIL likely.
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NWS Nashville Nov 20
120 YEARS AGO TODAY: One of the worst outbreaks in the history of struck, causing 36 deaths in multiple counties. Most of the deaths were from an estimated F4 tornado that tore through the west and north parts of Columbia, TN, causing 27 fatalities
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Reed Timmer Nov 27
LIVE CHAT on the marginal threat in the Houston, TX area this morning through early afternoon! We were watching this likely water spout producer over Galveston Bay north of Smith Point as it was happening. Watching for new storms W of Houston
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Jacob Lanier Nov 25
JUST IN 🌪: This morning’s in West Jackson has been rated an EF-1 with Max winds of 90 mph. The tornado was on the ground for 0.7 miles. No injuries have been reported, though multiple homes were damaged. This was today’s only storm report in Mississippi.
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Tornado Talk Nov 22
Sylvarena, MS F4 – Nov 22, 1992! 90 homes destroyed.The First Baptist Church which had been scheduled to celebrate its 125th anniversary on Nov 22 demolished! Millions of dollars worth of timber loss reported in Bienville National Forest.
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Vic Storm Chasers Nov 21
WOW!! Check out the sheer power of this beast! Oklahoma! 📸
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Reed Timmer Nov 24
NEW THOUGHTS on potential in western OK: supercell initiating in purple circled area would be closest to the western gradient of the low-level jet, backed surface winds per RAP. Storm down near Shamrock in veered surface winds may not make it to LLJ.
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Matt Nov 24
Just drove through the damage of the from earlier tonight. Didn’t get any good photos but fairly significant damage to roofs and power lines were down, gas leak was ongoing the entire time I was there. Clean up and rescue efforts underway.
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Tornado Talk Nov 21
Brandon/Rankin County, MS F4 – Nov 21-22, 1992! Deadliest tornado of the Widespread Outbreak. 12 killed, 122 injured. 128 mile path! Most of the damage in the F3 range with a max F4 damage in Brandon.
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