I discovered WU in 2006 and have been a weather enthusiast since the age of 3. I'm also a Wikipedia editor and high school freshman. I live in Austin.
By: Hurricane1216 , 11:02 PM GMT on March 03, 2012
On March 2, a devastating tornado outbreak took place in the interior United States, stretching from Ohio down into Louisiana. The media reflected it as a smaller repeat of the grandiose 2011 Super Outbreak. Surveys are still on-going, but there are already 9 EF2+ tornadoes reported. As the preliminaries roll in I give my guesstimates to the damage of these tornadic systems.
Figure One: The remains of Henryville High School's gym. This appears to be of a high-end EF2 or moderate EF3.
Figure Two: Destruction in Maryville, Indiana, from above. This appears to be a strong EF4.
Figure Three: A church demolished by the West Liberty tornado. Probably a strong EF4.
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