Tornadoes rip through Dallas metro area

By: AngelaFritz , 9:36 PM GMT on April 03, 2012

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At least three tornadoes have ripped through the Dallas metro area this afternoon, one passing between Dallas and Fort Worth, bearing down on the Dallas-Fort Worth airport but narrowly missing to the east. The other two tornadoes passed east of Dallas, one touching down near the town of Forney, where there were reports of impacts to the high school. The DFW airport issued a ground stop for all incoming flights and grounded all planes at their airports, and a spokesman said they were sheltering passengers. The airport is now closed while they inspect the planes for hail damage, and can accept no incoming flights for lack of a place to put them.

Residential neighborhoods were completely destroyed in the Arlington tornado, and tractor trailers were tossed like toys. Extensive damage was done to the Green Oaks nursing home and rehab center, which is just east of Lake Arlington. The Arlington tornado was on the ground for approximately 30 minutes. In addition to the tornadoes, trained storm spotters were reporting hail up to three inches in diameter, which is approximately the size of a baseball.

The mayor and city council of Arlington, Texas declared a state of disaster for the city when, just an hour after the tornado had passed through, it was obvious that the area had sustained incredible damage.

Tornado warnings continue to be issued, and the potential for severe thunderstorms with and tornadoes will continue through the evening in eastern Texas, Oklahoma, southern Arkansas, and Louisiana. The convective outlook paints a good picture of the tornado potential for the rest of the evening. If you're in one of these regions, stay alert for tornado watches or warnings that may be issued.


Radar reflectivity of the tornadic thunderstorms as they passed over the Dallas metro area this afternoon. The storms that produced tornadoes are circled, and Arlington, Texas has been pointed out on the map.


Tornado warnings (red) and severe thunderstorm warnings (yellow) at the time two tornadoes were passing to the east and west of Dallas, Texas.


Video of the Arlington tornado developing as it crosses US-287 near Sublett Road, from Twitter user @wesstevens.



Video 2. Dramatic video of semi-trailers being tossed more than 100 feet in the air by the Lancaster, Texas tornado of April 3, 2012.

Angela

Forney Tornado (ClockworkLemon)
Tornado that hit Forney, TX 4/3/12
Forney Tornado
Forney Tornado (ClockworkLemon)
Tornado that hit Forney, TX 4/3/12
Forney Tornado
Iowa Hail (RevMac)
A co-worker was describing the severe storm that rolled through eastern Iowa Saturday night and mentioned golf ball sized hail that damaged his home. He produced this photo as evidence. I told Nathan I would share with the WU family.
Iowa Hail
Large Hail (wecarver50)
Hail from April 3 storms in Dallas, Tx
Large Hail

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Quoting TuMama:
Does global warming make it likelyer to get a metoer strike due to change in atmospheric condition?

No?
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Yep Cascadia is definately one to watch, New Madrid who knows, Yellowstone not very likely right now.
Do remember that most disasters happen in unexpected places and times ( must be as people are rarely prepared.)
Quoting WxGeekVA:


Trying hard here to concentrate and determine a location I feel something from New Madrid, something else from Yellowstone, and yet another feeling from Hawaii. No scientific backing up of this, just me going out and sitting in a field trying to get in tune with the natural world. Maybe I'm wrong and time will tell, otherwise maybe I'm the next internationally famous psychic lol.

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Quoting Articuno:
It was such a nice day out today that I went out to take some pictures at a lake called lake waterford. here are some pictures.












Which one do you like best?

The third pic, but I like them all
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Quoting hydrus:
Now that I think about it, we have had some near misses lately with small asteroids...and it has been a while since Earth been whacked...........................RECENT CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2012 CA55) 2012-Mar-30 0.0566 22.0 120 m - 260 m 21.8 9.26
(2008 GD) 2012-Mar-30 0.1687 65.6 310 m - 690 m 19.7 32.35
(2009 TP) 2012-Mar-31 0.1157 45.0 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.72
(2012 EG5) 2012-Apr-01 0.0015 0.6 36 m - 81 m 24.3 8.54
(2008 CH70) 2012-Apr-01 0.0872 33.9 34 m - 77 m 24.4 9.06
(2012 FW35) 2012-Apr-01 0.0214 8.3 14 m - 32 m 26.4 12.25
(2012 FC1) 2012-Apr-02 0.1109 43.2 31 m - 69 m 24.7 8.10
(2012 FQ62) 2012-Apr-02 0.0145 5.6 18 m - 40 m 25.9 22.00
(2012 FS52) 2012-Apr-02 0.0228 8.9 29 m - 65 m 24.8 16.67
(2012 FW23) 2012-Apr-02 0.1282 49.9 32 m - 72 m 24.6 6.05

* Diameter estimates based on the object's absolute magnitude.

UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2011 FQ6) 2012-Apr-03 0.1784 69.4 7.5 m - 17 m 27.7 6.89
(2010 GD35) 2012-Apr-03 0.0630 24.5 33 m - 73 m 24.5 10.64
(2012 FH58) 2012-Apr-03 0.0093 3.6 9.9 m - 22 m 27.1 9.72
(2012 AA11) 2012-Apr-03 0.0729 28.4 260 m - 580 m 20.1 8.51
(2012 FR35) 2012-Apr-04 0.1917 74.6 120 m - 270 m 21.7 8.97
(2012 EW14) 2012-Apr-04 0.1840 71.6 110 m - 240 m 22.0 12.81
(2012 FA57) 2012-Apr-04 0.0029 1.1 17 m - 37 m 26.0 9.23
(2012 GC) 2012-Apr-05 0.0746 29.0 35 m - 78 m 24.4 9.74
(2004 TB10) 2012-Apr-05 0.0967 37.6 150 m - 330 m 21.2 12.42
(2007 WU3) 2012-Apr-06 0.1831 71.3 56 m - 120 m 23.4 6.28
(2012 DX75) 2012-Apr-06 0.0603 23.5 230 m - 510 m 20.3 12.87
(2010 GE30) 2012-Apr-06 0.1437 55.9 50 m - 110 m 23.6 4.71
(2003 UD22) 2012-Apr-06 0.1711 66.6 320 m - 720 m 19.6 12.91
(1995 DW1) 2012-Apr-07 0.1712 66.6 160 m - 360 m 21.1 12.85
(2008 GG2) 2012-Apr-10 0.1445 56.2 78 m - 170 m 22.7 7.16
(2007 HC) 2012-Apr-10 0.1813 70.6 24 m - 53 m 25.2 11.34
(2009 HE60) 2012-Apr-10 0.1096 42.7 20 m - 44 m 25.7 4.71
(2004 FG11) 2012-Apr-10 0.0574 22.3 170 m - 380 m 20.9 25.09
(2012 GD) 2012-Apr-10 0.0240 9.3 9.7 m - 22 m 27.2 8.03
(2006 UE17) 2012-Apr-12 0.1375 53.5 110 m - 250 m 21.9 8.99
(2012 EO10) 2012-Apr-12 0.0815 31.7 33 m - 75 m 24.5 6.57
(2004 RQ252) 2012-Apr-12 0.0441 17.2 90 m - 200 m 22.3 10.71
319988 (2007 DK) 2012-Apr-13 0.1735 67.5 370 m - 830 m 19.3 12.73
(2012 FO35) 2012-Apr-13 0.0568 22.1 50 m - 110 m 23.6 14.91
(2012 FT62) 2012-Apr-14 0.0261 10.1 30 m - 66 m 24.8 14.21
(2003 GQ22) 2012-Apr-14 0.1179 45.9 170 m - 380 m 21.0 10.48
(2012 FE58) 2012-Apr-15 0.1658 64.5 180 m - 400 m 20.8 5.98
(2009 WD106) 2012-Apr-15 0.1927 75.0 500 m - 1.1 km 18.6 25.20
(2012 ES14) 2012-Apr-18 0.1864 72.6 240 m - 530 m 20.2 17.77
297274 (1996 SK) 2012-Apr-18 0.1726 67.2 1.0 km - 2.2 km 17.1 19.26
(2012 FC71) 2012-Apr-18 0.0750 29.2 23 m - 51 m 25.3 3.27
(2012 FD23) 2012-Apr-18 0.1005 39.1 260 m - 590 m 20.0 14.17
(2007 HV4) 2012-Apr-19 0.0122 4.8 4.9 m - 11 m 28.7 8.98
(2010 HW20) 2012-Apr-19 0.1549 60.3 16 m - 36 m 26.1 6.74
(2008 AF3) 2012-Apr-19 0.1957 76.2 14 m - 31 m 26.4 1.72
141018 (2001 WC47) 2012-Apr-19 0.1013 39.4 510 m - 1.1 km 18.6 3.80
(2011 UP63) 2012-Apr-20 0.1283 49.9 48 m - 110 m 23.7 5.83
(2010 WR7) 2012-Apr-21 0.1834 71.4 52 m - 120 m 23.5 6.52
(2009 HU44) 2012-Apr-21 0.0872 33.9 84 m - 190 m 22.5 21.17
(2012 FY23) 2012-Apr-22 0.0852 33.2 270 m - 610 m 19.9 14.01
(2011 UD21) 2012-Apr-22 0.0547 21.3 5.3 m - 12 m 28.5 1.46
(2008 TZ3) 2012-Apr-23 0.1673 65.1 230 m - 510 m 20.3 13.31
(2003 WH166) 2012-Apr-23 0.0509 19.8 110 m - 250 m 21.9 13.49
(2012 FG58) 2012-Apr-24 0.0657 25.6 110 m - 250 m 21.8 13.60
(2006 VQ13) 2012-Apr-24 0.1395 54.3 260 m - 580 m 20.0 15.47
(2012 AP10) 2012-Apr-24 0.1481 57.6 14 m - 31 m 26.4 2.08
(2009 UW18) 2012-Apr-28 0.1355 52.7 320 m - 720 m 19.6 14.22
(2011 WV134) 2012-Apr-28 0.0992 38.6 1.0 km - 2.3 km 17.0 12.12
(2008 UC202) 2012-Apr-29 0.0263 10.2 6.0 m - 13 m 28.2 4.55
(2009 TP) 2012-Apr-30 0.1177 45.8 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.13
(2004 MD) 2012-Apr-30 0.1679 65.3 250 m - 560 m 20.1 10.24
(1992 JD) 2012-May-02 0.0243 9.5 26 m - 59 m 25.0 6.98
(2001 SZ269) 2012-May-03 0.0713 27.8 380 m - 860 m 19.2 18.07
(2012 FD1) 2012-May-03 0.0856 33.3 71 m - 160 m 22.9 7.36
(2010 KX7) 2012-May-04 0.0390 15.2 110 m - 260 m 21.8 11.42
(2011 JN5) 2012-May-05 0.1107 43.1 25 m - 55 m 25.2 17.81
(1998 HE3) 2012-May-10 0.0319 12.4 120 m - 270 m 21.7 11.93
(2005 SQ9) 2012-May-11 0.0852 33.2 68 m - 150 m 22.9 10.21
141432 (2002 CQ11) 2012-May-12 0.1022 39.8 280 m - 630 m 19.9 16.26
(2008 CB6) 2012-May-13 0.1103 42.9 10 m - 23 m 27.1 10.85
(2010 SO16) 2012-May-13 0.1423 55.4 200 m - 450 m 20.6 9.53
(2011 KY15) 2012-May-15 0.1586 61.7 41 m - 93 m 24.0 17.61
(2001 BA16) 2012-May-18 0.1157 45.0 18 m - 41 m 25.8 6.66
(2010 KK37) 2012-May-19 0.0058 2.3 19 m - 43 m 25.7 10.94
4183 Cuno 2012-May-20 0.1218 47.4 3.5 km - 7.8 km 14.4 14.40
(2006 KY67) 2012-May-23 0.1499 58.3 68 m - 150 m 23.0 13.88
(2011 KG4) 2012-May-24 0.1216 47.3 67 m - 150 m 23.0 11.50
(2002 KM3) 2012-May-24 0.1845 71.8 90 m - 200 m 22.4 15.67
(1994 NK) 2012-May-24 0.1186 46.2 290 m - 660 m 19.8 6.87
154330 (2002 VX94) 2012-May-26 0.1869 72.8 670 m - 1.5 km 18.0 13.62
(2002 AW) 2012-May-26 0.1924 74.9 210 m - 460 m 20.6 6.95
(2001 CQ36) 2012-May-30 0.0258 10.0 77 m - 170 m 22.7 5.62
(2002 OA22) 2012-May-31 0.1197 46.6 360 m - 820 m 19.3 7.01
(2007 LE) 2012-Jun-02 0.0478 18.6 400 m - 890 m 19.1 19.77
(2008 MG1) 2012-Jun-05 0.1268 49.3 290 m - 640 m 19.8 22.32
(2009 LE) 2012-Jun-06 0.1150 44.8 50 m - 110 m 23.6 13.61
(2006 SG7) 2012-Jun-06 0.0857 33.4 71 m - 160 m 22.9 16.47
(2001 LB) 2012-Jun-07 0.0754 29.3 210 m - 470 m 20.5 11.28
(2002 AC) 2012-Jun-16 0.1598 62.2 740 m - 1.7 km 17.8 26.71

Hey hydrus....that's a nice and informative post
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Quoting Dakster:


Did you even have to take them out this year? (If you live on the East Coast)

Nope, no snow at all this year!
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Okay, just got the waxing joke. It takes a while!
Goodnight and I hope there are no more tornadoes.
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The Torino Scale

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Quoting drg0dOwnCountry:

Insured losses due to thunderstorms and tornadoes in the U.S. in 2011 dollars.

After April 2011 saw records set for most tornadoes in a month and in 24 hours, I examined the link in great detail here, looking at the data, the literature, and expert analysis. That piece concluded:
When discussing extreme weather and climate, tornadoes should not be conflated with the other extreme weather events for which the connection is considerably more straightforward and better documented, including deluges, droughts, and heat waves.
Just because the tornado-warming link is more tenuous doesn’t mean that the subject of global warming should be avoided entirely when talking about tornadoes. LINK

There have been a general increase since the 1980's
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Quoting hydrus:
Now that I think about it, we have had some near misses lately with small asteroids...and it has been a while since Earth been whacked...........................RECENT CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2012 CA55) 2012-Mar-30 0.0566 22.0 120 m - 260 m 21.8 9.26
(2008 GD) 2012-Mar-30 0.1687 65.6 310 m - 690 m 19.7 32.35
(2009 TP) 2012-Mar-31 0.1157 45.0 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.72
(2012 EG5) 2012-Apr-01 0.0015 0.6 36 m - 81 m 24.3 8.54
(2008 CH70) 2012-Apr-01 0.0872 33.9 34 m - 77 m 24.4 9.06
(2012 FW35) 2012-Apr-01 0.0214 8.3 14 m - 32 m 26.4 12.25
(2012 FC1) 2012-Apr-02 0.1109 43.2 31 m - 69 m 24.7 8.10
(2012 FQ62) 2012-Apr-02 0.0145 5.6 18 m - 40 m 25.9 22.00
(2012 FS52) 2012-Apr-02 0.0228 8.9 29 m - 65 m 24.8 16.67
(2012 FW23) 2012-Apr-02 0.1282 49.9 32 m - 72 m 24.6 6.05

* Diameter estimates based on the object's absolute magnitude.

UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2011 FQ6) 2012-Apr-03 0.1784 69.4 7.5 m - 17 m 27.7 6.89
(2010 GD35) 2012-Apr-03 0.0630 24.5 33 m - 73 m 24.5 10.64
(2012 FH58) 2012-Apr-03 0.0093 3.6 9.9 m - 22 m 27.1 9.72
(2012 AA11) 2012-Apr-03 0.0729 28.4 260 m - 580 m 20.1 8.51
(2012 FR35) 2012-Apr-04 0.1917 74.6 120 m - 270 m 21.7 8.97
(2012 EW14) 2012-Apr-04 0.1840 71.6 110 m - 240 m 22.0 12.81
(2012 FA57) 2012-Apr-04 0.0029 1.1 17 m - 37 m 26.0 9.23
(2012 GC) 2012-Apr-05 0.0746 29.0 35 m - 78 m 24.4 9.74
(2004 TB10) 2012-Apr-05 0.0967 37.6 150 m - 330 m 21.2 12.42
(2007 WU3) 2012-Apr-06 0.1831 71.3 56 m - 120 m 23.4 6.28
(2012 DX75) 2012-Apr-06 0.0603 23.5 230 m - 510 m 20.3 12.87
(2010 GE30) 2012-Apr-06 0.1437 55.9 50 m - 110 m 23.6 4.71
(2003 UD22) 2012-Apr-06 0.1711 66.6 320 m - 720 m 19.6 12.91
(1995 DW1) 2012-Apr-07 0.1712 66.6 160 m - 360 m 21.1 12.85
(2008 GG2) 2012-Apr-10 0.1445 56.2 78 m - 170 m 22.7 7.16
(2007 HC) 2012-Apr-10 0.1813 70.6 24 m - 53 m 25.2 11.34
(2009 HE60) 2012-Apr-10 0.1096 42.7 20 m - 44 m 25.7 4.71
(2004 FG11) 2012-Apr-10 0.0574 22.3 170 m - 380 m 20.9 25.09
(2012 GD) 2012-Apr-10 0.0240 9.3 9.7 m - 22 m 27.2 8.03
(2006 UE17) 2012-Apr-12 0.1375 53.5 110 m - 250 m 21.9 8.99
(2012 EO10) 2012-Apr-12 0.0815 31.7 33 m - 75 m 24.5 6.57
(2004 RQ252) 2012-Apr-12 0.0441 17.2 90 m - 200 m 22.3 10.71
319988 (2007 DK) 2012-Apr-13 0.1735 67.5 370 m - 830 m 19.3 12.73
(2012 FO35) 2012-Apr-13 0.0568 22.1 50 m - 110 m 23.6 14.91
(2012 FT62) 2012-Apr-14 0.0261 10.1 30 m - 66 m 24.8 14.21
(2003 GQ22) 2012-Apr-14 0.1179 45.9 170 m - 380 m 21.0 10.48
(2012 FE58) 2012-Apr-15 0.1658 64.5 180 m - 400 m 20.8 5.98
(2009 WD106) 2012-Apr-15 0.1927 75.0 500 m - 1.1 km 18.6 25.20
(2012 ES14) 2012-Apr-18 0.1864 72.6 240 m - 530 m 20.2 17.77
297274 (1996 SK) 2012-Apr-18 0.1726 67.2 1.0 km - 2.2 km 17.1 19.26
(2012 FC71) 2012-Apr-18 0.0750 29.2 23 m - 51 m 25.3 3.27
(2012 FD23) 2012-Apr-18 0.1005 39.1 260 m - 590 m 20.0 14.17
(2007 HV4) 2012-Apr-19 0.0122 4.8 4.9 m - 11 m 28.7 8.98
(2010 HW20) 2012-Apr-19 0.1549 60.3 16 m - 36 m 26.1 6.74
(2008 AF3) 2012-Apr-19 0.1957 76.2 14 m - 31 m 26.4 1.72
141018 (2001 WC47) 2012-Apr-19 0.1013 39.4 510 m - 1.1 km 18.6 3.80
(2011 UP63) 2012-Apr-20 0.1283 49.9 48 m - 110 m 23.7 5.83
(2010 WR7) 2012-Apr-21 0.1834 71.4 52 m - 120 m 23.5 6.52
(2009 HU44) 2012-Apr-21 0.0872 33.9 84 m - 190 m 22.5 21.17
(2012 FY23) 2012-Apr-22 0.0852 33.2 270 m - 610 m 19.9 14.01
(2011 UD21) 2012-Apr-22 0.0547 21.3 5.3 m - 12 m 28.5 1.46
(2008 TZ3) 2012-Apr-23 0.1673 65.1 230 m - 510 m 20.3 13.31
(2003 WH166) 2012-Apr-23 0.0509 19.8 110 m - 250 m 21.9 13.49
(2012 FG58) 2012-Apr-24 0.0657 25.6 110 m - 250 m 21.8 13.60
(2006 VQ13) 2012-Apr-24 0.1395 54.3 260 m - 580 m 20.0 15.47
(2012 AP10) 2012-Apr-24 0.1481 57.6 14 m - 31 m 26.4 2.08
(2009 UW18) 2012-Apr-28 0.1355 52.7 320 m - 720 m 19.6 14.22
(2011 WV134) 2012-Apr-28 0.0992 38.6 1.0 km - 2.3 km 17.0 12.12
(2008 UC202) 2012-Apr-29 0.0263 10.2 6.0 m - 13 m 28.2 4.55
(2009 TP) 2012-Apr-30 0.1177 45.8 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.13
(2004 MD) 2012-Apr-30 0.1679 65.3 250 m - 560 m 20.1 10.24
(1992 JD) 2012-May-02 0.0243 9.5 26 m - 59 m 25.0 6.98
(2001 SZ269) 2012-May-03 0.0713 27.8 380 m - 860 m 19.2 18.07
(2012 FD1) 2012-May-03 0.0856 33.3 71 m - 160 m 22.9 7.36
(2010 KX7) 2012-May-04 0.0390 15.2 110 m - 260 m 21.8 11.42
(2011 JN5) 2012-May-05 0.1107 43.1 25 m - 55 m 25.2 17.81
(1998 HE3) 2012-May-10 0.0319 12.4 120 m - 270 m 21.7 11.93
(2005 SQ9) 2012-May-11 0.0852 33.2 68 m - 150 m 22.9 10.21
141432 (2002 CQ11) 2012-May-12 0.1022 39.8 280 m - 630 m 19.9 16.26
(2008 CB6) 2012-May-13 0.1103 42.9 10 m - 23 m 27.1 10.85
(2010 SO16) 2012-May-13 0.1423 55.4 200 m - 450 m 20.6 9.53
(2011 KY15) 2012-May-15 0.1586 61.7 41 m - 93 m 24.0 17.61
(2001 BA16) 2012-May-18 0.1157 45.0 18 m - 41 m 25.8 6.66
(2010 KK37) 2012-May-19 0.0058 2.3 19 m - 43 m 25.7 10.94
4183 Cuno 2012-May-20 0.1218 47.4 3.5 km - 7.8 km 14.4 14.40
(2006 KY67) 2012-May-23 0.1499 58.3 68 m - 150 m 23.0 13.88
(2011 KG4) 2012-May-24 0.1216 47.3 67 m - 150 m 23.0 11.50
(2002 KM3) 2012-May-24 0.1845 71.8 90 m - 200 m 22.4 15.67
(1994 NK) 2012-May-24 0.1186 46.2 290 m - 660 m 19.8 6.87
154330 (2002 VX94) 2012-May-26 0.1869 72.8 670 m - 1.5 km 18.0 13.62
(2002 AW) 2012-May-26 0.1924 74.9 210 m - 460 m 20.6 6.95
(2001 CQ36) 2012-May-30 0.0258 10.0 77 m - 170 m 22.7 5.62
(2002 OA22) 2012-May-31 0.1197 46.6 360 m - 820 m 19.3 7.01
(2007 LE) 2012-Jun-02 0.0478 18.6 400 m - 890 m 19.1 19.77
(2008 MG1) 2012-Jun-05 0.1268 49.3 290 m - 640 m 19.8 22.32
(2009 LE) 2012-Jun-06 0.1150 44.8 50 m - 110 m 23.6 13.61
(2006 SG7) 2012-Jun-06 0.0857 33.4 71 m - 160 m 22.9 16.47
(2001 LB) 2012-Jun-07 0.0754 29.3 210 m - 470 m 20.5 11.28
(2002 AC) 2012-Jun-16 0.1598 62.2 740 m - 1.7 km 17.8 26.71
Siberian event volcanic extreme lava flows known as siberian traps magma moves close to surface then cracks the crust in many areas creating large lava flow to cover an area the size of the united states last occurences of this event wiped out 95 percent of the earths life forms and rose temps to 115f across entire globe from massive amounts of co2 being relaesed into the atomsphere
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Quoting Articuno:
It was such a nice day out today that I went out to take some pictures at a lake called lake waterford. here are some pictures.












Which one do you like best?
Very cool pics Art.
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Quoting hydrus:
Now that I think about it, we have had some near misses lately with small asteroids...and it has been a while since Earth been whacked...........................RECENT CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2012 CA55) 2012-Mar-30 0.0566 22.0 120 m - 260 m 21.8 9.26
(2008 GD) 2012-Mar-30 0.1687 65.6 310 m - 690 m 19.7 32.35
(2009 TP) 2012-Mar-31 0.1157 45.0 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.72
(2012 EG5) 2012-Apr-01 0.0015 0.6 36 m - 81 m 24.3 8.54
(2008 CH70) 2012-Apr-01 0.0872 33.9 34 m - 77 m 24.4 9.06
(2012 FW35) 2012-Apr-01 0.0214 8.3 14 m - 32 m 26.4 12.25
(2012 FC1) 2012-Apr-02 0.1109 43.2 31 m - 69 m 24.7 8.10
(2012 FQ62) 2012-Apr-02 0.0145 5.6 18 m - 40 m 25.9 22.00
(2012 FS52) 2012-Apr-02 0.0228 8.9 29 m - 65 m 24.8 16.67
(2012 FW23) 2012-Apr-02 0.1282 49.9 32 m - 72 m 24.6 6.05

* Diameter estimates based on the object's absolute magnitude.

UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2011 FQ6) 2012-Apr-03 0.1784 69.4 7.5 m - 17 m 27.7 6.89
(2010 GD35) 2012-Apr-03 0.0630 24.5 33 m - 73 m 24.5 10.64
(2012 FH58) 2012-Apr-03 0.0093 3.6 9.9 m - 22 m 27.1 9.72
(2012 AA11) 2012-Apr-03 0.0729 28.4 260 m - 580 m 20.1 8.51
(2012 FR35) 2012-Apr-04 0.1917 74.6 120 m - 270 m 21.7 8.97
(2012 EW14) 2012-Apr-04 0.1840 71.6 110 m - 240 m 22.0 12.81
(2012 FA57) 2012-Apr-04 0.0029 1.1 17 m - 37 m 26.0 9.23
(2012 GC) 2012-Apr-05 0.0746 29.0 35 m - 78 m 24.4 9.74
(2004 TB10) 2012-Apr-05 0.0967 37.6 150 m - 330 m 21.2 12.42
(2007 WU3) 2012-Apr-06 0.1831 71.3 56 m - 120 m 23.4 6.28
(2012 DX75) 2012-Apr-06 0.0603 23.5 230 m - 510 m 20.3 12.87
(2010 GE30) 2012-Apr-06 0.1437 55.9 50 m - 110 m 23.6 4.71
(2003 UD22) 2012-Apr-06 0.1711 66.6 320 m - 720 m 19.6 12.91
(1995 DW1) 2012-Apr-07 0.1712 66.6 160 m - 360 m 21.1 12.85
(2008 GG2) 2012-Apr-10 0.1445 56.2 78 m - 170 m 22.7 7.16
(2007 HC) 2012-Apr-10 0.1813 70.6 24 m - 53 m 25.2 11.34
(2009 HE60) 2012-Apr-10 0.1096 42.7 20 m - 44 m 25.7 4.71
(2004 FG11) 2012-Apr-10 0.0574 22.3 170 m - 380 m 20.9 25.09
(2012 GD) 2012-Apr-10 0.0240 9.3 9.7 m - 22 m 27.2 8.03
(2006 UE17) 2012-Apr-12 0.1375 53.5 110 m - 250 m 21.9 8.99
(2012 EO10) 2012-Apr-12 0.0815 31.7 33 m - 75 m 24.5 6.57
(2004 RQ252) 2012-Apr-12 0.0441 17.2 90 m - 200 m 22.3 10.71
319988 (2007 DK) 2012-Apr-13 0.1735 67.5 370 m - 830 m 19.3 12.73
(2012 FO35) 2012-Apr-13 0.0568 22.1 50 m - 110 m 23.6 14.91
(2012 FT62) 2012-Apr-14 0.0261 10.1 30 m - 66 m 24.8 14.21
(2003 GQ22) 2012-Apr-14 0.1179 45.9 170 m - 380 m 21.0 10.48
(2012 FE58) 2012-Apr-15 0.1658 64.5 180 m - 400 m 20.8 5.98
(2009 WD106) 2012-Apr-15 0.1927 75.0 500 m - 1.1 km 18.6 25.20
(2012 ES14) 2012-Apr-18 0.1864 72.6 240 m - 530 m 20.2 17.77
297274 (1996 SK) 2012-Apr-18 0.1726 67.2 1.0 km - 2.2 km 17.1 19.26
(2012 FC71) 2012-Apr-18 0.0750 29.2 23 m - 51 m 25.3 3.27
(2012 FD23) 2012-Apr-18 0.1005 39.1 260 m - 590 m 20.0 14.17
(2007 HV4) 2012-Apr-19 0.0122 4.8 4.9 m - 11 m 28.7 8.98
(2010 HW20) 2012-Apr-19 0.1549 60.3 16 m - 36 m 26.1 6.74
(2008 AF3) 2012-Apr-19 0.1957 76.2 14 m - 31 m 26.4 1.72
141018 (2001 WC47) 2012-Apr-19 0.1013 39.4 510 m - 1.1 km 18.6 3.80
(2011 UP63) 2012-Apr-20 0.1283 49.9 48 m - 110 m 23.7 5.83
(2010 WR7) 2012-Apr-21 0.1834 71.4 52 m - 120 m 23.5 6.52
(2009 HU44) 2012-Apr-21 0.0872 33.9 84 m - 190 m 22.5 21.17
(2012 FY23) 2012-Apr-22 0.0852 33.2 270 m - 610 m 19.9 14.01
(2011 UD21) 2012-Apr-22 0.0547 21.3 5.3 m - 12 m 28.5 1.46
(2008 TZ3) 2012-Apr-23 0.1673 65.1 230 m - 510 m 20.3 13.31
(2003 WH166) 2012-Apr-23 0.0509 19.8 110 m - 250 m 21.9 13.49
(2012 FG58) 2012-Apr-24 0.0657 25.6 110 m - 250 m 21.8 13.60
(2006 VQ13) 2012-Apr-24 0.1395 54.3 260 m - 580 m 20.0 15.47
(2012 AP10) 2012-Apr-24 0.1481 57.6 14 m - 31 m 26.4 2.08
(2009 UW18) 2012-Apr-28 0.1355 52.7 320 m - 720 m 19.6 14.22
(2011 WV134) 2012-Apr-28 0.0992 38.6 1.0 km - 2.3 km 17.0 12.12
(2008 UC202) 2012-Apr-29 0.0263 10.2 6.0 m - 13 m 28.2 4.55
(2009 TP) 2012-Apr-30 0.1177 45.8 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.13
(2004 MD) 2012-Apr-30 0.1679 65.3 250 m - 560 m 20.1 10.24
(1992 JD) 2012-May-02 0.0243 9.5 26 m - 59 m 25.0 6.98
(2001 SZ269) 2012-May-03 0.0713 27.8 380 m - 860 m 19.2 18.07
(2012 FD1) 2012-May-03 0.0856 33.3 71 m - 160 m 22.9 7.36
(2010 KX7) 2012-May-04 0.0390 15.2 110 m - 260 m 21.8 11.42
(2011 JN5) 2012-May-05 0.1107 43.1 25 m - 55 m 25.2 17.81
(1998 HE3) 2012-May-10 0.0319 12.4 120 m - 270 m 21.7 11.93
(2005 SQ9) 2012-May-11 0.0852 33.2 68 m - 150 m 22.9 10.21
141432 (2002 CQ11) 2012-May-12 0.1022 39.8 280 m - 630 m 19.9 16
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Quoting Articuno:
It was such a nice day out today that I went out to take some pictures at a lake called lake waterford. here are some pictures.












Which one do you like best?
Bend in shoreline with bench.
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Quoting Patrap:
Dr. John to appear on 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' tonight
Born November-1940..Man has been around quite some time. Been makin music since the late 1950,s.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
as long as its not a blizzard i got all the salt,shovels and snowblowers put away.


Did you even have to take them out this year? (If you live on the East Coast)
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It was such a nice day out today that I went out to take some pictures at a lake called lake waterford. here are some pictures.












Which one do you like best?
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Quoting Articuno:

O.o

could be a couple of cookies short of a full bag
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
well all i can say is lets hope its not a Siberian event you feel
Now that I think about it, we have had some near misses lately with small asteroids...and it has been a while since Earth been whacked...........................RECENT CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2012 CA55) 2012-Mar-30 0.0566 22.0 120 m - 260 m 21.8 9.26
(2008 GD) 2012-Mar-30 0.1687 65.6 310 m - 690 m 19.7 32.35
(2009 TP) 2012-Mar-31 0.1157 45.0 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.72
(2012 EG5) 2012-Apr-01 0.0015 0.6 36 m - 81 m 24.3 8.54
(2008 CH70) 2012-Apr-01 0.0872 33.9 34 m - 77 m 24.4 9.06
(2012 FW35) 2012-Apr-01 0.0214 8.3 14 m - 32 m 26.4 12.25
(2012 FC1) 2012-Apr-02 0.1109 43.2 31 m - 69 m 24.7 8.10
(2012 FQ62) 2012-Apr-02 0.0145 5.6 18 m - 40 m 25.9 22.00
(2012 FS52) 2012-Apr-02 0.0228 8.9 29 m - 65 m 24.8 16.67
(2012 FW23) 2012-Apr-02 0.1282 49.9 32 m - 72 m 24.6 6.05

* Diameter estimates based on the object's absolute magnitude.

UPCOMING CLOSE APPROACHES TO EARTH
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers
1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers

Object
Name Close
Approach
Date Miss
Distance
(AU) Miss
Distance
(LD) Estimated
Diameter* Relative
Velocity
(km/s)
(2011 FQ6) 2012-Apr-03 0.1784 69.4 7.5 m - 17 m 27.7 6.89
(2010 GD35) 2012-Apr-03 0.0630 24.5 33 m - 73 m 24.5 10.64
(2012 FH58) 2012-Apr-03 0.0093 3.6 9.9 m - 22 m 27.1 9.72
(2012 AA11) 2012-Apr-03 0.0729 28.4 260 m - 580 m 20.1 8.51
(2012 FR35) 2012-Apr-04 0.1917 74.6 120 m - 270 m 21.7 8.97
(2012 EW14) 2012-Apr-04 0.1840 71.6 110 m - 240 m 22.0 12.81
(2012 FA57) 2012-Apr-04 0.0029 1.1 17 m - 37 m 26.0 9.23
(2012 GC) 2012-Apr-05 0.0746 29.0 35 m - 78 m 24.4 9.74
(2004 TB10) 2012-Apr-05 0.0967 37.6 150 m - 330 m 21.2 12.42
(2007 WU3) 2012-Apr-06 0.1831 71.3 56 m - 120 m 23.4 6.28
(2012 DX75) 2012-Apr-06 0.0603 23.5 230 m - 510 m 20.3 12.87
(2010 GE30) 2012-Apr-06 0.1437 55.9 50 m - 110 m 23.6 4.71
(2003 UD22) 2012-Apr-06 0.1711 66.6 320 m - 720 m 19.6 12.91
(1995 DW1) 2012-Apr-07 0.1712 66.6 160 m - 360 m 21.1 12.85
(2008 GG2) 2012-Apr-10 0.1445 56.2 78 m - 170 m 22.7 7.16
(2007 HC) 2012-Apr-10 0.1813 70.6 24 m - 53 m 25.2 11.34
(2009 HE60) 2012-Apr-10 0.1096 42.7 20 m - 44 m 25.7 4.71
(2004 FG11) 2012-Apr-10 0.0574 22.3 170 m - 380 m 20.9 25.09
(2012 GD) 2012-Apr-10 0.0240 9.3 9.7 m - 22 m 27.2 8.03
(2006 UE17) 2012-Apr-12 0.1375 53.5 110 m - 250 m 21.9 8.99
(2012 EO10) 2012-Apr-12 0.0815 31.7 33 m - 75 m 24.5 6.57
(2004 RQ252) 2012-Apr-12 0.0441 17.2 90 m - 200 m 22.3 10.71
319988 (2007 DK) 2012-Apr-13 0.1735 67.5 370 m - 830 m 19.3 12.73
(2012 FO35) 2012-Apr-13 0.0568 22.1 50 m - 110 m 23.6 14.91
(2012 FT62) 2012-Apr-14 0.0261 10.1 30 m - 66 m 24.8 14.21
(2003 GQ22) 2012-Apr-14 0.1179 45.9 170 m - 380 m 21.0 10.48
(2012 FE58) 2012-Apr-15 0.1658 64.5 180 m - 400 m 20.8 5.98
(2009 WD106) 2012-Apr-15 0.1927 75.0 500 m - 1.1 km 18.6 25.20
(2012 ES14) 2012-Apr-18 0.1864 72.6 240 m - 530 m 20.2 17.77
297274 (1996 SK) 2012-Apr-18 0.1726 67.2 1.0 km - 2.2 km 17.1 19.26
(2012 FC71) 2012-Apr-18 0.0750 29.2 23 m - 51 m 25.3 3.27
(2012 FD23) 2012-Apr-18 0.1005 39.1 260 m - 590 m 20.0 14.17
(2007 HV4) 2012-Apr-19 0.0122 4.8 4.9 m - 11 m 28.7 8.98
(2010 HW20) 2012-Apr-19 0.1549 60.3 16 m - 36 m 26.1 6.74
(2008 AF3) 2012-Apr-19 0.1957 76.2 14 m - 31 m 26.4 1.72
141018 (2001 WC47) 2012-Apr-19 0.1013 39.4 510 m - 1.1 km 18.6 3.80
(2011 UP63) 2012-Apr-20 0.1283 49.9 48 m - 110 m 23.7 5.83
(2010 WR7) 2012-Apr-21 0.1834 71.4 52 m - 120 m 23.5 6.52
(2009 HU44) 2012-Apr-21 0.0872 33.9 84 m - 190 m 22.5 21.17
(2012 FY23) 2012-Apr-22 0.0852 33.2 270 m - 610 m 19.9 14.01
(2011 UD21) 2012-Apr-22 0.0547 21.3 5.3 m - 12 m 28.5 1.46
(2008 TZ3) 2012-Apr-23 0.1673 65.1 230 m - 510 m 20.3 13.31
(2003 WH166) 2012-Apr-23 0.0509 19.8 110 m - 250 m 21.9 13.49
(2012 FG58) 2012-Apr-24 0.0657 25.6 110 m - 250 m 21.8 13.60
(2006 VQ13) 2012-Apr-24 0.1395 54.3 260 m - 580 m 20.0 15.47
(2012 AP10) 2012-Apr-24 0.1481 57.6 14 m - 31 m 26.4 2.08
(2009 UW18) 2012-Apr-28 0.1355 52.7 320 m - 720 m 19.6 14.22
(2011 WV134) 2012-Apr-28 0.0992 38.6 1.0 km - 2.3 km 17.0 12.12
(2008 UC202) 2012-Apr-29 0.0263 10.2 6.0 m - 13 m 28.2 4.55
(2009 TP) 2012-Apr-30 0.1177 45.8 52 m - 120 m 23.5 3.13
(2004 MD) 2012-Apr-30 0.1679 65.3 250 m - 560 m 20.1 10.24
(1992 JD) 2012-May-02 0.0243 9.5 26 m - 59 m 25.0 6.98
(2001 SZ269) 2012-May-03 0.0713 27.8 380 m - 860 m 19.2 18.07
(2012 FD1) 2012-May-03 0.0856 33.3 71 m - 160 m 22.9 7.36
(2010 KX7) 2012-May-04 0.0390 15.2 110 m - 260 m 21.8 11.42
(2011 JN5) 2012-May-05 0.1107 43.1 25 m - 55 m 25.2 17.81
(1998 HE3) 2012-May-10 0.0319 12.4 120 m - 270 m 21.7 11.93
(2005 SQ9) 2012-May-11 0.0852 33.2 68 m - 150 m 22.9 10.21
141432 (2002 CQ11) 2012-May-12 0.1022 39.8 280 m - 630 m 19.9 16.26
(2008 CB6) 2012-May-13 0.1103 42.9 10 m - 23 m 27.1 10.85
(2010 SO16) 2012-May-13 0.1423 55.4 200 m - 450 m 20.6 9.53
(2011 KY15) 2012-May-15 0.1586 61.7 41 m - 93 m 24.0 17.61
(2001 BA16) 2012-May-18 0.1157 45.0 18 m - 41 m 25.8 6.66
(2010 KK37) 2012-May-19 0.0058 2.3 19 m - 43 m 25.7 10.94
4183 Cuno 2012-May-20 0.1218 47.4 3.5 km - 7.8 km 14.4 14.40
(2006 KY67) 2012-May-23 0.1499 58.3 68 m - 150 m 23.0 13.88
(2011 KG4) 2012-May-24 0.1216 47.3 67 m - 150 m 23.0 11.50
(2002 KM3) 2012-May-24 0.1845 71.8 90 m - 200 m 22.4 15.67
(1994 NK) 2012-May-24 0.1186 46.2 290 m - 660 m 19.8 6.87
154330 (2002 VX94) 2012-May-26 0.1869 72.8 670 m - 1.5 km 18.0 13.62
(2002 AW) 2012-May-26 0.1924 74.9 210 m - 460 m 20.6 6.95
(2001 CQ36) 2012-May-30 0.0258 10.0 77 m - 170 m 22.7 5.62
(2002 OA22) 2012-May-31 0.1197 46.6 360 m - 820 m 19.3 7.01
(2007 LE) 2012-Jun-02 0.0478 18.6 400 m - 890 m 19.1 19.77
(2008 MG1) 2012-Jun-05 0.1268 49.3 290 m - 640 m 19.8 22.32
(2009 LE) 2012-Jun-06 0.1150 44.8 50 m - 110 m 23.6 13.61
(2006 SG7) 2012-Jun-06 0.0857 33.4 71 m - 160 m 22.9 16.47
(2001 LB) 2012-Jun-07 0.0754 29.3 210 m - 470 m 20.5 11.28
(2002 AC) 2012-Jun-16 0.1598 62.2 740 m - 1.7 km 17.8 26.71
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URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH NUMBER 137
NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
735 PM CDT TUE APR 3 2012

THE NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER HAS ISSUED A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH FOR PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST TEXAS

EFFECTIVE THIS TUESDAY NIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING FROM 735 PM UNTIL 100 AM CDT.

HAIL TO 2 INCHES IN DIAMETER...THUNDERSTORM WIND GUSTS TO 70 MPH...AND DANGEROUS LIGHTNING ARE POSSIBLE IN THESE AREAS.

THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH AREA IS APPROXIMATELY ALONG AND 55 STATUTE MILES EAST AND WEST OF A LINE FROM 25 MILES WEST NORTHWEST OF LUFKIN TEXAS TO 85 MILES SOUTH SOUTHWEST OF COLLEGE STATION TEXAS.

FOR A COMPLETE DEPICTION OF THE WATCH SEE THE
ASSOCIATED WATCH OUTLINE UPDATE (WOUS64 KWNS WOU7).

REMEMBER...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH MEANS CONDITIONS ARE FAVORABLE FOR SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS IN AND CLOSE TO THE WATCH AREA. PERSONS IN THESE AREAS SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR THREATENING WEATHER CONDITIONS AND LISTEN FOR LATER STATEMENTS AND POSSIBLE WARNINGS. SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS CAN AND OCCASIONALLY DO PRODUCE TORNADOES.

OTHER WATCH INFORMATION...CONTINUE...WW 133...WW 134...WW 135...WW 136...

DISCUSSION...SEVERE STORMS ALONG A SLOW-MOVING DRYLINE/OUTFLOW BOUNDARY WILL CONTINUE TO MOVE NEWD ALONG THE BAND...WHILE THE BAND SAGS SLOWLY SEWD TONIGHT. CONVECTIVE INHIBITION AND ONLY WEAK LOW-LEVEL ASCENT MAKE THE SW EXTENT OF STORM DEVELOPMENT UNCERTAIN...BUT 00Z REGIONAL SOUNDINGS SHOW MLCAPE OF 3000-4000 J/KG AND A RELATIVELY DEEP/MOIST BOUNDARY LAYER FROM THE MIDDLE TX OASTAL PLAIN NEWD INTO E/SE TX.

THE COMBINATION OF STRONG INSTABILITY AND MODEST DEEP-LAY VERTICAL SHEAR WILL SUPPORT BOTH MULTICELL LINE SEGMENTS/CLUSTER...AND PERHAPS SOME EMBEDDED SUPERCELL STRUCTURES...WITH AN ATTENDANT RISK FOR LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS.

AVIATION...A FEW SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH HAIL SURFACE AND ALOFT TO 2 INCHES. EXTREME TURBULENCE AND SURFACE WIND GUSTS TO 60 KNOTS. A FEW CUMULONIMBI WITH MAXIMUM TOPS TO 550. MEAN STORM MOTION VECTOR 25025.
...THOMPSON

Hazard Tornadoes EF2 Tornadoes
Likelihood Low Very Low
Severe Wind 65 kt Wind
Moderate Low
Severe Hail 2" Hail
Moderate Low


Note: See the experimental Public Watch (SEL) product with explicit hazard information section below. The expiration time in the watch graphic is amended if the watch is replaced, cancelled or extended.
Note: Click for Watch Status Reports.

SEL7

LinkStormPredictionCenter Severe Weather Page
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*Tornado Watch previously in effect until 8pm CDT was extended until 9pm CDT*
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125. xcool
live Streaming????
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Quoting TuMama:


I was thinking a tsunami also but maybe it only because I have to pee. I just feel big event will be coming soon. Last time I had this feel a plane crash happen.

O.o
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Storms are hanging just west of me.

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Quoting TuMama:


More than just our pottery may be mess up.

I wasn't talking about pottery...
I was talking about the person who has the username pottery and he said "WE'RE DOOMED" alot yesterday so I made it into a quote..
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Quoting TuMama:


I feel a east coast hazard.
as long as its not a blizzard i got all the salt,shovels and snowblowers put away.
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http://www.elheraldo.hn/Secciones-Principales/Suces os/Lluvias-granizo-y-calles-inundadas-en-la-capita l-de-Honduras
they are the news but in spanish :( sorry could`t find in english.
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Right now in Tegucigalpa is a very strong storm bringing hail and rain to the capital.
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Quoting TuMama:


I feel a east coast hazard.


Along where in the east coast??? and what kind of disaster because i live along the east coast... what i think of is maybe a huge earthquake near iceland and a tsunami hits the E. Coast
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Quoting TuMama:


You are on post 911 that is cause for your feeling but I feel it all so.

WE'RE DOOMED! -Pottery
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TORNADO FOOTAGE, South Arlington Texas April 3, 2012


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well all i can say is lets hope its not a Siberian event you feel
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Quoting Neapolitan:
Shouldn't that be done in private?

I don't get it...
LinkSouthern Plains
It ain't nearly over yet.
Good grief.
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Portlight today and in March

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o.O Thunder?

Oh, hello Mr. and Mrs. unexpected thunderstorms over metro Atlanta area. How are you this fine evening?

It seems like we're going to have a pop up sort of evening in the south east.
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Quoting KEEPEROFTHEGATE:
so a madrid shake followed by volcanic activity at yellowstone and a big lava flow on the island

thats a big order let me place that for ya will that be a cash and carry pickup


Don't forget the ketchup. I like ketchup on my volcanic eruptions :P
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Quoting Chicklit:

If you look up you'll see the moon is waxing.
Shouldn't that be done in private?
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Quoting WxGeekVA:


Trying hard here to concentrate and determine a location I feel something from New Madrid, something else from Yellowstone, and yet another feeling from Hawaii. No scientific backing up of this, just me going out and sitting in a field trying to get in tune with the natural world. Maybe I'm wrong and time will tell, otherwise maybe I'm the next internationally famous psychic lol.
so a madrid shake followed by volcanic activity at yellowstone and a big lava flow on the island

thats a big order let me place that for ya will that be a cash and carry pickup
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And no, I'm not trolling this either so don't think I am...
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Quoting WxGeekVA:


Trying hard here to concentrate and determine a location I feel something from New Madrid, something else from Yellowstone, and yet another feeling from Hawaii. No scientific backing up of this, just me going out and sitting in a field trying to get in tune with the natural world. Maybe I'm wrong and time will tell, otherwise maybe I'm the next internationally famous psychic lol.

If you look up you'll see the moon is waxing.
Maybe that's it.
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Jeff co-founded the Weather Underground in 1995 while working on his Ph.D. He flew with the NOAA Hurricane Hunters from 1986-1990.