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"This is the first time since September 10, 1964, that two Category 2 (or stronger) hurricanes have occurred simultaneously in the Atlantic basin west of 65W. Interestingly, those hurricanes in 1964, Dora and Ethel, were in similar positions as Matthew and Nicole are now."

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https://www.google.com/amp/www.al.com/articles/19423143/nicole_becomes_newest_hurrican.amp?

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These are photos from the parking lot of the condo I was living at in freeport bahamas a couple years ago, matthew sure had some force behind itpost-1508-0-53946000-1475888565_thumb.jppost-1508-0-90731100-1475888898_thumb.jp

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Hurricane Matthew toll in Haiti rises to 1,000, dead buried in mass graves

October 10, 2016

Joseph Guyler Delva

 

 

"Haiti started burying some of its dead in mass graves in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, a government official said on Sunday, as cholera spread in the devastated southwest and the death toll from the storm rose to 1,000 people.

 
The powerful hurricane, the fiercest Caribbean storm in nearly a decade, slammed into Haiti on Tuesday with 145 mile-per-hour (233 kph) winds and torrential rains that left 1.4 million people in need of humanitarian assistance, the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said.
 
A Reuters tally of numbers from local officials showed that 1,000 people were killed by the storm in Haiti, which has a population of about 10 million and is the poorest country in the Americas.
 
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So sad  and kandescent noted in the shout box that S. Carolina still has 400,000 w/o electric and inability to get home.
 
Photos: Hurricane Matthew's impact on South Carolina      <<a slide show
 
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Tornado hit the Oregon Coast

 

 

 

 

Tx Reddwolf

 
Meteorological Bomb & Atmospheric River to pummel Northwest Pacific USA & Canada Coast Saturday
 
 
 
 
 
MAJOR WEATHER ALERT WEST COAST!!
 
 
Tx phillipbbg
 
Hurricane-level winds possible in Pacific Northwest
 
 
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Particularly Dangerous Situation: Rare 'High Risk' For Strong, Long-Track Tornadoes in the South as Outbreak Continues

Jan. 22, 2017  

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"Dangerous severe storms are ongoing in the South and have prompted the issuance of a particularly dangerous situation (PDS) tornado watch for parts of Georgia, north Florida and southeast Alabama into this evening.

A rare "high risk" severe weather outlook has also been issued for today by NOAA's Storm Prediction Center (SPC) in parts of south Georgia and northern Florida, where supercell thunderstorms could spawn strong and long-track tornadoes. Cities in this danger zone include Albany, Savannah and Valdosta in Georgia, along with Tallahassee, Tampa and Jacksonville in Florida.

Outside that high risk area, damaging winds, very large hail and tornadoes may impact other parts of Georgia and Florida, along with Alabama and the Carolinas."

Storm Prediction Center Outlook

Storm Prediction Center Outlook
A "high risk" has been issued for parts of south Georgia, north Florida and southeast Alabama. Significant severe weather is possible outside that area in other parts of the South (slight, enhanced, moderate areas).

This is the first high risk severe weather outlook to be issued by SPC since June 3, 2014, which gives an idea of how unusual they are. 

Saturday morning-Sunday morning, a preliminary 30 reports of tornadoes were tallied up from Louisiana to southern Mississippi, southern Alabama and southern Georgia, according to NOAA's Storm Prediction Center.

A deadly EF3 tornado touched down in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, early Saturday, which caused considerable damage and killed four people.

Early Sunday morning, at least 12 people were killed by a likely tornado or multiple tornadoes in southern Georgia.

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NOAA's Storm Prediction Center has issued the following severe weather watches: 

A particularly dangerous situation tornado watch is in effect until 8 p.m. EST for parts of Georgia, north Florida and southeast Alabama. This watch area includes Atlanta, Macon, and Valdosta in Georgia, along with Gainesville, Tallahassee and Jacksonville in Florida. In Alabama, the watch includes Dothan and Montgomery."

Current Radar, Watches and Warnings

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https://weather.com/storms/tornado/news/severe-weather-forecast-south-high-risk-tornadoes-january-2017

 

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Tornadoes on the ground in New Orleans  2/7/17

 

New Orleans Tornadoes Confirmed In Tuesday Storm, Damage Reported

http://patch.com/us/across-america/louisiana-tornadoes-confirmed-tuesday-storms-photos

Severe weather hits New Orleans: Updates, warnings and other info

http://www.nola.com/weather/index.ssf/2017/02/severe_weather_new_orleans_tor.html

Stay safe anyone in harm's way

 

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1 hour ago, Foopengerkle said:

yes, it's really bad out there.  but take a look at this video and tell me what's flying around the tornado starting around the 20 second mark - coming from the right.

 

https://weather.com/storms/severe/video/wedge-tornado-spotted-in-louisiana

It wont load for me here in Oz Foop.  What was it?

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2 hours ago, Foopengerkle said:

yes, it's really bad out there.  but take a look at this video and tell me what's flying around the tornado starting around the 20 second mark - coming from the right.

 

https://weather.com/storms/severe/video/wedge-tornado-spotted-in-louisiana

It's debris. If you look at the several videos that follow that one, you can see the debris without that reflection and it floats around the same way.

I think it's probably somewhere around the eighth video or so after the one you posted, there is a closer look at the tornado and you can see a bunch of debris floating around like that.

And the video that came directory after was from almost the same location and caught that same bit of debris, but from a different angle and without the reflection.

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1 hour ago, Jessica said:

It wont load for me here in Oz Foop.  What was it?

found it...

1:04 at level of lsm logo rt bottom corner...right to left movement. at 2:06 from right side screen up 1/3 from bottom also right to left...at 3:00 left to right view eyes at above treetop. more anomalies but want to post this so you can see...again great catch foop!

 

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Funnel cloud spotted over Oroville

Feb. 22, 2017

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SOURCE: Courtesy of Anthony Nicholas

"OROVILLE, Calif. (KCRA) —
A funnel cloud was spotted over Oroville Wednesday afternoon.

The funnel cloud was part of a storm system that was moving through region around 4 p.m.

It is unclear if the funnel touched down.

The California Department of Water Resources said crews working on the emergency spillway in Oroville are fine and "continue to make great progress."

http://www.kcra.com/article/funnel-cloud-spotted-over-oroville/8966994

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