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 Tornadoes, severe storms wreak havoc across Midwest

March 7, 2017   Courtney Barrow

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"Severe storms with tornadoes, high winds and hail swept across the Midwest on Monday evening into Tuesday, causing widespread damage across the region.
Tornadoes caused injuries and damaged homes in Missouri. Officials reported at least 15 people were hurt as a tornado moved through Oak Grove. None of the injuries were life threatening.
The National Weather Service surveyed the damage caused by the tornado that moved through Oak Grove and determined that it was an EF-3 tornado with winds reaching up to 152 mph."

oak grove damage

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http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/photos-tornadoes-severe-storms-wreak-havoc-across-midwest/70001046

 

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Cyclone Debbie: Floods in NSW and Queensland claim more lives

APRIL 1, 2017

Source Link:  http://www.news.com.au/technology/environment/cyclone-debbie-floods-in-nsw-and-queensland-sees-death-toll-rise-to-two/news-story/c705b89cd6ad07a7a25e188639fda581?utm_content=SocialFlow&utm_campaign=EditorialSF&utm_source=News.com.au&utm_medium=Facebook

AT least two people have died and around 20,000 more have been ordered to leave their homes after ex-Cyclone Debbie brought heavy rainfall and flooding to large parts of NSW.   Snip

 

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Canton, Texas area, east of Dallas was the victim of more than one tornado yesterday.

Canton, TX Violent Wedge Tornado - 4/29/2017

 

 

 

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PDS Tornado Watch Issued: Tornado Outbreak Likely Thursday as Next Round of Severe Thunderstorms Moves Into the Plains

May 18, 2017    Brian Donegan

"A dangerous setup for severe thunderstorms is expected to bring a tornado outbreak Thursday to many of the same areas of the Plains states that were hit by tornadoes and severe storms Tuesday."

Tornado Central

https://weather.com/storms/tornado

https://weather.com/storms/tornado/news/severe-storms-tornadoes-heavy-rain-central-us-mid-may-2017

 

Severe Weather Statement
National Weather Service Norman OK
326 PM CDT THU MAY 18 2017

OKC075-149-182035-
/O.EXP.KOUN.TO.W.0030.000000T0000Z-170518T2030Z/
Washita OK-Kiowa OK-
326 PM CDT THU MAY 18 2017

...THE TORNADO WARNING FOR SOUTH CENTRAL WASHITA AND NORTH CENTRAL
KIOWA COUNTIES WILL EXPIRE AT 330 PM CDT...

The tornado threat has diminished and the Tornado Warning has been
cancelled. However, large hail and damaging winds remain likely and a
Severe Thunderstorm Warning remains in effect for the area.  However
small hail, gusty winds and heavy rain are still possible with this
thunderstorm.

Remember, a Severe Thunderstorm Warning still remains in effect for
portions of Washita, Kiowa, and Custer counties.


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http://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=usa&wwa=Tornado Warning

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The Rainy Season has started early in Saigon...

Saigon submerged following torrential rain for 2nd time this week

A prolonged deluge early in the rainy season swept through Ho Chi Minh City, resulting in severe flooding in many locations on Saturday, the second time this week.

The two-hour-long downpour caused congestion and inundation in various areas in the southern Vietnamese hub.

http://tuoitrenews.vn/society/41084/saigon-submerged-following-torrential-rain-for-2nd-time-this-week

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SUPERSTORM COULD BE FORMING! UNPRECEDENTED SIZE!

 

This is a wait and see situation for sure, but doesn't look good.

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Published on Aug 23, 2017I will be covering this semi-stationary Tropical Storm Harvey intensely over the next 12-24 hours to keep people updated & let y'all know what we are dealing with here. Multiple sources have reported the possibility of 50+ inches of rain from August 25th - August 31st along the Gulf of Mexico Coast including Texas and Louisiana. This anti-cyclone is a major rainmaker poised to break records and cause floods. Please take this situation seriously, God bless everyone, T

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Getting ready to be an official hurricane. Apparently it is transforming quickly.

Current models say it will go into Texas, then come back over the Gulf, then go over Louisiana. WTF?

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I have so many family and friends in Houston, Austin area.  This is going to be devastating.  Probably even worse than Allison in 2001.

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Yes. Thor left Houston and is headed to his folks place in Dallas. I hope people are taking it seriously. It's going to be raining for days. They're talking 30-60 inches in some places over the whole period. And I think they've already had a lot of rain leading up to now.

I'm definitely wishing everyone the best down there. 

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Published on Aug 25, 2017

Hurricane Harvey has intensified to a Cat 4 storm & I wouldn't be surprised if we see it upgraded to Cat 5 at midnight Texas landfall with the nightly pulse. This is not just a major landfalling hurricane this is also a week long mega rainfall event. Please evacuate if you can. God bless everyone, T

https://www.paypal.me/THORnews @newTHOR on twitter https://www.facebook.com/thornewsgo https://www.accuweather.com/en/weathe...

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The TV station pictured above is now evacuating the building because the water is pouring into the ground floor. See video at the Twitter link below.

https://twitter.com/SallyKHOU11/status/901805513905668096

Years ago, I lived on the parkway where they are. There is a Bayou nearby. That's what is flooding. With normal heavy rain the Bayou floods the parkway. There is even a flood guage on the  underpasses, which I am certain cannot be seen at this if the water is coming into the TV station. This is just going to be a disaster. Houston is filled with bayous, all of which are overflowing their banks, with tons more rain to come.

People are already trying to go into attics (which they should not do if they cannot cut through the roof) to avoid their flooded homes. 

Pity there was no evacuation order. This is going to get worse and worse over the coming days as Harvey is stalled out over Houston.

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