Nation's Icebox basks in 77°F warmth

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:08 PM GMT on March 18, 2012

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Each year, when the list of coldest U.S. cities is compiled, International Falls, Minnesota regularly winds up at the top of the list, earning its title as "Icebox of the Nation". The city once hit -55°F (on January 6, 1909), and takes pride in the distinction of being the coldest city in the U.S., having trademarked the term "Icebox of the Nation" in 1948. The city recently defended the trademark against the town of Fraser, Colorado, which sought to usurp the title as the Nation's Icebox. But yesterday, International Falls set a truly phenomenal weather record for warmth. The city's temperature soared to 77°F, which was 42° above the average high temperature for the date. Not only was it the city's hottest March temperature on record by 4°, it was just 4° shy of yesterday's high in Miami, Florida. But what was truly amazing is that the 77°F high in International Falls beat the previous record for the date by 22°! I talked to Christopher C. Burt, wunderground's weather historian, and he couldn't recall seeing a station with a century-plus period of weather records break a daily record by such a wide margin (International Falls' records go back to 1895.) Yesterday's temperatures in International Falls were but one chapter in the on-going story of one of the most extreme meteorological events in U.S. history. Never before has such an extended period of extreme and record-breaking warm temperatures affected such a large portion of the U.S. in March, going back to the beginning of record keeping in the late 1800s. The record-breaking warmth will continue through Thursday, and I'll have much more to say in Monday's post.

Jeff Masters

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Quoting KoritheMan:


And me.

I honestly don't care to. Well I do, but with a trip to Ohio planned, I'm not forking over $250 for that (plus an additional $250 if you want additional features, IIRC).
Yeah I'm sure those programs are great but it's not worth it for me. Wouldn't make my parents pay for that either.
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Quoting JRRP:


Don't come on here often but...what the hell is that?
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THIS IS REALLY GONNA HURT....NORTH of VALENTINES, Nebraska
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Quoting TomTaylor:
dang, everyone's got these fancy weather programs except me


And me.

I honestly don't care to. Well I do, but with a trip to Ohio planned, I'm not forking over $250 for that (plus an additional $250 if you want additional features, IIRC).
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Quoting TampaSpin:



This looks horrible...OH BOY
dang, everyone's got these fancy weather programs except me
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This looks horrible...OH BOY
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Quoting PensacolaDoug:



I wish it were possible to stop purchasing Chineese products. Our manufacturing base has been decimated during the last 30 years. We are a consumer nation and want their products at a cheap "wal-mart" price.
I wish I knew the solution. I don't feel stupid tho because people smarter than I don't have the solution either.
Well we could raise taxes on items being made overseas or we could make it cheaper to produce stuff here. Problem with the first option is nobody wants to pay more, problem with the second option is we would have to basically throw out all our labor laws and higher standard of living.
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Quoting Patrap:
Barefootontherock's excellent wunderblog on Oklahoma Severe Weather


Thanks. lol
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Quoting Ameister12:

I don't find it much of a surprise that they would say that, but still, it's very disgusting and cruel that people prefer to show footage of towns being destroyed and people loosing their lives rather than showing a nice tornado in a rural area doing no damage..


That is how the media works. Sensationalism and doom and gloom reap profit. Whether we admit it or not, we are intrinsically attracted to misfortune. How we feel about it of course, is subject to each individual. In general though, we find it more "appealing" (for lack of a better term) when an extreme weather event brings death and destruction. Obviously, we also don't like it, but the former is also undeniable. Otherwise, the media wouldn't prey upon this.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
AT 909 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR AND STORM
SPOTTERS WERE TRACKING A LARGE AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TORNADO. THIS
TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR NORTH PLATTE...MOVING NORTH AT 60 MPH.

RESIDENTS IN NORTH PLATTE SHOULD BE IN THERE SHELTERS.


I like the wording in that warning.

That one was moving fast. 9:11 pm CDT
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Quoting wxmod:

If you want a hurricane to sweep over your house that's a thousand times stronger than anything ever recorded, keep buying cheap frills from China. It will happen. Every legitimate climate scientist knows this.


I really understand your concern. We've got to do something about climate change or sentence those who follow us to terrible conditions.

But I really don't think China is the worst of the bad guys here, by any accounting.

The US emits an enormous amount of CO2 per person. We are doing less than is China to get our emissions under control. At this point were we to bring manufacturing back to our shores the world would probably see an increase in greenhouse gas emission, not a reduction.

Cutting our consumption of "frills" would help, but a no-frills campaign isn't likely to work. Far too many people can't seem to keep a clue in their heads.

Getting off fossil fuels ASAP is the real answer. We can manufacture "frills" with clean energy.
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Quoting skook:



I had no idea that they had extreme weather back in the 1700's. Thank you for the insight.
There has been extreme weather for as long as there has been an atmosphere. Humans just haven't always been around to observe and record the weather.
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Quoting ScottLincoln:



Let's be careful with the telephone game. It's now a quote of someone else's quote of someone else's quote.

Certainly could see this being true... but of any media outlet. It isn't entirely their fault either. Certain elements of the chase community strive to get crazy video in dangerous locations. And some of those people do it for ego reasons. It is becoming more and more the norm, making the crazier videos the ones that will make it on air. It has contributed to a culture of being partially desensitized to tornado footage. I can see the reaction of the media folk after the last several years... "oh, we've seen that before. been there, done that, not exciting."


Reed Timmer mentioned in his book Into The Storm that he tried selling his first footage in college to an ABC person, and it was a good strong tornado in rural OK. the reporter looked at him and said "this is boring"

!?!?

But when it got to the part where the tornado was threatening his life and he had to back up, the reporter said "how much?" and they settled on 500$ which was too low i think lol
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Quoting SPLbeater:


so...they dont want the footage unless somebody is DYING??

HOW ABOUT WE DESTROY CNN THEN RECORD THAT!!!

Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Well its the sad truth. The general public is more interested with videos of death and destruction.


Let's be careful with the telephone game. It's now a quote of someone else's quote of someone else's quote.

Certainly could see this being true... but of any media outlet. It isn't entirely their fault either. Certain elements of the chase community strive to get crazy video in dangerous locations. And some of those people do it for ego reasons. It is becoming more and more the norm, making the crazier videos the ones that will make it on air. It has contributed to a culture of being partially desensitized to tornado footage. I can see the reaction of the media folk after the last several years... "oh, we've seen that before. been there, done that, not exciting."
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:

You've been reading back, I see...

The only time hurricanes usually weaken is when they approach the Southeast coast because dry continental air is injected into the system.

That, or wind shear/dry air is affecting the storm at any other location.
Hope you weren't referring to the southeast coast exclusively. The air over land is just about always drier than the air over the ocean. Shallower waters along the coast also provide for less TCHP or heat with depth. So proximity to any coastline is usually a bad thing.

The only time when proximity to land is good for a storm is when the coastline forms a parabolic shape. The curved shape of the coastline mirrors the shape of the cyclone. The greater friction over land (relative to the ocean) allows for winds to flow more directly across the pressure gradient, allowing for greater surface convergence. The Bay of Campeche is a good example of this as storms are known to rapidly intensify in that area.
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Quoting Chicklit:

Okay, thanks. Will you please try to keep us informed?
It sounds like you know what you're talking about!
over and out...


Nice to see the interest in severe here. I usually blog in my own blog when there's weather afoot because I focus on W OK. Thanks. 'Nite.
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Night everyone
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San Antonio bound

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Houston to Beaumont to Lake Charles, could see significant rain totals as the line slows over these areas. With SE low level flow into storm with front incoming is setting the stage for a training long rain event that could push up to 3" an hr
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Barefootontherock's excellent wunderblog on Oklahoma Severe Weather
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Quoting Barefootontherocks:


Yes. I am.
:)

It was a pretty complicated forecast. The main trough hasn't arrived yet - the one with all the water in it. Last I checked, it is supposed to form a cut-off low and hang out for a bit, then move NE. Supercells today popped off the dryline from a lead impulse, but I don't know that they're gonna organize in any way. They look to be wasting away.

More to come in next couple days.

Okay, thanks. Will you please try to keep us informed?
It sounds like you know what you're talking about!
over and out...
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Quoting Chicklit:

Wait til they get to the gas pump and fill up.
They won't win any drag races, but can still get there in time. Every time I fill up, double the cost and reaize that's what I'd be spending with the Jeep V8. I cannot believe people are still driving new Armadas.


They drive diesels in TX, and it costs even more, bunch of rednecks, that are paying out their ....
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Quoting Ameister12:

I don't find it much of a surprise that they would say that, but still, it's very disgusting and cruel that people prefer to show footage of towns being destroyed and people loosing their lives rather than showing a nice tornado in a rural area doing no damage..


Any evident death and destruction fits into a "nature is evil" narrative. I'm really not sure who's benefiting from this narrative but it's there. The news seems to exist to breed a controlled and targeted numbing fear of everything and everyone.
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Winter storm closes 180 miles of I-40 in Arizona
By the CNN Wire Staff
updated 7:48 PM EDT, Sun March 18, 2012



(CNN) -- A winter storm packing heavy snow and gusty winds forced authorities to close 180 miles of Interstate 40 in northern Arizona on Sunday until further notice.
The road was closed in both directions about 6:30 a.m. (9:30 a.m. ET), said David Beck, dispatch supervisor for the Flagstaff office of the Arizona Highway Patrol. The closure stretched roughly from Kingman in western Arizona to eastward to Winslow, including the city of Flagstaff, he said.
Portions of Interstate 17 south of Flagstaff were also closed, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation's website, as were several state roads.
As of 9 a.m. Sunday, Flagstaff -- with an elevation of about 6,900 feet -- had received 10 to 14 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service. The city of Prescott had received 8 to 12 inches. Areas above 7,000 feet could see up to 22 inches, according to the weather service.
Several crashes and reports of stuck vehicles had been reported as of Sunday morning, Beck said, with one person sustaining minor injuries on I-40.
The Flagstaff Unified School District said its schools would be closed Monday. Northern Arizona University said its Flagstaff campus would be closed Monday, and Coconino Community College said its Flagstaff and Page campuses would be closed.
Much of Arizona remained under a winter weather advisory or a winter storm warning on Sunday. The warning was in effect until midnight Sunday. In addition to heavy snow, wind gusts of up to 30 mph were forecast for the Flagstaff area, according to the National Weather Service.
CNN's Maggie Schneider and Ashley Hayes contributed to this report.


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513. wxmod
Quoting sunlinepr:


We wll substitute those jobs with local american labor.... But one of the many problems that will affect our economy is to find americans willing to get paid the Chinese salary........

"The shift was illustrated Sunday, when Foxconn Technology, one of the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturers and the maker of well-known products that include Apple iPhones and Dell computer parts, said that it was planning to double the salaries of many of its 800,000 workers in China, beginning in October. The new monthly average would be 2,000 renminbi — about $300, at current exchange rates.


As China’s Wages Rise, Export Prices Could Follow

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/08/business/global /08wages.html


There are no economic arguments that take into account the trillions of dollars of storm damages and billions of lives that will be sacrificed if we continue doing everything the same old way. But, as China prices rise, that will help send jobs to the USA; that is true.
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Good morning all.

Heat and storms I see! More like May than March.


Grothar I'm in tropics talk if you're on and want to chat.
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North Platte is a city in and the county seat of Lincoln County, Nebraska, United States.[3] It is located in the southwestern part of the state, along Interstate 80, at the confluence of the North and South Platte Rivers forming the Platte River. The population was 24,733 at the 2010 census.[4]
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Quoting Birthmark:

The Ides of March have come...

...and gone.



Shakespeare is eternal.


..and I can count.

: )
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Quoting Chicklit:

whoa. you are in tornado alley then.
looks like the current system is going ne toward Missouri.


Yes. I am.
:)

It was a pretty complicated forecast. The main trough hasn't arrived yet - the one with all the water in it. Last I checked, it is supposed to form a cut-off low and hang out for a bit, then move NE. Supercells today popped off the dryline from a lead impulse, but I don't know that they're gonna organize in any way. They look to be wasting away (Add: here in Oklahoma).

More to come in next couple days.
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Quoting Patrap:
Caesar:
Who is it in the press that calls on me?
I hear a tongue shriller than all the music
Cry "Caesar!" Speak, Caesar is turn'd to hear.

Soothsayer:
Beware the ides of March.

Caesar:
What man is that?

Brutus:
A soothsayer bids you beware the ides of March.

The Ides of March have come...

...and gone.
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085
WFUS53 KLBF 190228
TORLBF
NEC111-113-117-190300-
/O.NEW.KLBF.TO.W.0003.120319T0228Z-120319T0300Z/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
928 PM CDT SUN MAR 18 2012

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
NORTH CENTRAL LINCOLN COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA...
WESTERN LOGAN COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL NEBRASKA...
EASTERN MCPHERSON COUNTY IN WEST CENTRAL NEBRASKA...

* UNTIL 1000 PM CDT

* AT 924 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR WAS TRACKING
A CONFIRMED TORNADO 7 MILES NORTH OF NORTH PLATTE. DOPPLER RADAR
SHOWED THIS TORNADO MOVING NORTH AT 55 MPH.

* THE TORNADO WILL BE NEAR...
RINGGOLD AROUND 945 PM CDT.

OTHER LOCATIONS IMPACTED BY THE TORNADO INCLUDE HIGHWAY 97 MILE
MARKER 20 AND HIGHWAY 92 MILE MARKER 220.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TORNADOES ARE DIFFICULT TO SEE AND CONFIRM AT NIGHT. TAKE COVER NOW.



LAT...LON 4173 10093 4173 10044 4118 10068 4121 10092
TIME...MOT...LOC 0228Z 190DEG 50KT 4129 10078



College of DuPage Meteorology
Severe Weather and Flash Flood Warnings
Note: This page will reload every 2 minutes. Warnings are listed with the most recent first.
Click on the station ID to bring up list of recent severe weather statements.



TORNADO WARNING NORTH PLATTE NE - KLBF 904 PM CDT SUN MAR 18 2012

SVR T-STORM WARNING LUBBOCK TX - KLUB 903 PM CDT SUN MAR 18 2012

SVR T-STORM WARNING AMARILLO TX - KAMA 901 PM CDT SUN MAR 18 2012
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Well, this is disturbing...

Michael Phelps
"From Kendra Reed regarding the tornado video shot from 100 yards away by Jon Stone and Amy Phelps: CNN's exact words..."We can't buy this, there isn't any building being ripped apart...death or destruction"."

I don't find it much of a surprise that they would say that, but still, it's very disgusting and cruel that people prefer to show footage of towns being destroyed and people loosing their lives rather than showing a nice tornado in a rural area doing no damage..
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Quoting HouGalv08:
Looks like the radar is starting to quiet down for the night.
Lol as soon as u say that...
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Quoting wxmod:


Quit buying the stuff from China. It's just that simple.


We wll substitute those jobs with local american labor.... But one of the many problems that will affect our economy is to find americans willing to get paid the Chinese salary........

"The shift was illustrated Sunday, when Foxconn Technology, one of the world’s largest contract electronics manufacturers and the maker of well-known products that include Apple iPhones and Dell computer parts, said that it was planning to double the salaries of many of its 800,000 workers in China, beginning in October. The new monthly average would be 2,000 renminbi — about $300, at current exchange rates.


As China’s Wages Rise, Export Prices Could Follow

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/08/business/global /08wages.html
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503. wxmod
Quoting HouGalv08:
Well, it can be done that a product made in China is made in the US, just gotta look for it, or order over the Internet. But our society is so ingrained with the immediate gratification that most of us don't think twice about running off to Target, SAMs Club, Kmart, etc, etc, to get what we want right that moment.


Kurt Vonnegut called everything people do a "twitch". Here's what happens: you see an ad and you go shopping and the planet dies. I think immediate gratification causes a lot of heart ache. Think before you shop.
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AT 909 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR AND STORM
SPOTTERS WERE TRACKING A LARGE AND EXTREMELY DANGEROUS TORNADO. THIS
TORNADO WAS LOCATED NEAR NORTH PLATTE...MOVING NORTH AT 60 MPH.

RESIDENTS IN NORTH PLATTE SHOULD BE IN THERE SHELTERS.
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Looks like the radar is starting to quiet down for the night.
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I don't see why people sound so surprised that news outlets would rather pictures of death and destruction than something that hurts nothing. No matter how you do it, media is biased to something. In a free media society you need to do whatever gets viewers, and in most cases that is images of death and destruction. It also helps if you show pictures of something that can relate to the viewers, that's why you generally see more footage of hurricanes making landfall in the US than of the Siege of Homs which has killed more than Hurricane Katrina. People can't really relate to a warzone in the middle east as well as a suburban neighborhood being flooded.
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Quoting Barefootontherocks:


Central Oklahoma, a little ways (edit) south of Norman.

whoa. you are in tornado alley then.
looks like the current system is going ne toward Kansas/Missouri but I'm frequently wrong.
anyway, night all. I hope nothing bad comes your way BarefootontheRocks.
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Quoting Patrap:


Kinda like the X Box reality or,er,Gaming?

Society is surrounded with crap,..

And folks are surprised by this?

Awaken and look around on a Given day at Noon...

I have, and seen most of em darn near running into each other because thier faces are buried in thier cell phones.
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Quoting HouGalv08:
Chicklit, you ought to hear the moaning and groaning going on in my office here in Houston. These Tx boys contemplating having to give up there gas guzzling p to ickups for something with a 4 cylinder. You'd think the world was coming to an end.

Wait til they get to the gas pump and fill up.
They won't win any drag races, but can still get there in time. Every time I fill up, double the cost and reaize that's what I'd be spending with the Jeep V8. I cannot believe people are still driving new Armadas.
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Quoting hurricanehunter27:
Well its the sad truth. The general public is more interested with videos of dead and destruction.


Kinda like the X Box reality or, er, Gaming?

Society is surrounded with crap,..

And folks are surprised by this?

Awaken and look around on a Given day at Noon...

"You are an explorer, and you represent our species, and the greatest good you can do is to bring back a new idea, because our world is endangered by the absence of good ideas. Our world is in crisis because of the absence of consciousness."

Terence McKenna

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Quoting Chicklit:

Chicklit,
Just a tip. If you click the "warnings" button - up top, right - before you copy the image location, the map will show warnings (the counties anyway, not the polygons) as they come up.



Thanks Barefoot!
Where are you?


Central Oklahoma, a little ways (edit) south of Norman.
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Quoting Chicklit:
Re: #481: I traded in my V8 Jeep for a standard shift, Ford Fiesta this year and have doubled my mpg. Am impressed with the vehicle and did not have to bust the bank to buy it. While I miss the 'get up and go' that the V8 gave me, I am loving the fuel efficiency, so will accept acceleration sacrifice for greater mpg.
Chicklit, you ought to hear the moaning and groaning going on in my office here in Houston. These Tx boys contemplating having to give up there gas guzzling pickups for something with a 4 cylinder. You'd think the world was coming to an end.
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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Well, this is disturbing...

Michael Phelps
"From Kendra Reed regarding the tornado video shot from 100 yards away by Jon Stone and Amy Phelps: CNN's exact words..."We can't buy this, there isn't any building being ripped apart...death or destruction"."
Well its the sad truth. The general public is more interested with videos of death and destruction.
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827
WFUS53 KLBF 190204
TORLBF
NEC111-190230-
/O.NEW.KLBF.TO.W.0002.120319T0204Z-120319T0230Z/

BULLETIN - EAS ACTIVATION REQUESTED
TORNADO WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE NORTH PLATTE NE
904 PM CDT SUN MAR 18 2012

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN NORTH PLATTE HAS ISSUED A

* TORNADO WARNING FOR...
CENTRAL LINCOLN COUNTY IN SOUTHWEST NEBRASKA...

* UNTIL 930 PM CDT

* AT 901 PM CDT...NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED A
SEVERE THUNDERSTORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO. THIS DANGEROUS
STORM WAS LOCATED 7 MILES SOUTHWEST OF LAKE MALONEY STATE
RECREATION AREA...OR 11 MILES SOUTHWEST OF NORTH PLATTE...AND
MOVING NORTH AT 55 MPH.

* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE...
NORTH PLATTE AND HIGHWAY 83 MILE MARKER 90.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

TORNADOES ARE DIFFICULT TO SEE AND CONFIRM AT NIGHT. TAKE COVER NOW.

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Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
Well, this is disturbing...

Michael Phelps
"From Kendra Reed regarding the tornado video shot from 100 yards away by Jon Stone and Amy Phelps: CNN's exact words..."We can't buy this, there isn't any building being ripped apart...death or destruction"."
Ewwwwwww.So they rather have another Joplin event than a peaceful tornado minding it's buisness?
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