Wild weather week ends; Mississippi River rises out of danger zone

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 2:44 PM GMT on February 01, 2013

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One of the most unusual weeks of January weather in U.S. history has drawn to a close, and residents of the Southeast are cleaning up after a ferocious 2-day outbreak of severe weather. NWS damage surveys have found that at least 42 tornadoes touched down on January 29 - 30, making it the 3rd largest January tornado outbreak since records began in 1950. Here are the largest January tornado outbreaks since 1950:

129 1/21 - 1/22 1999
50 1/7 - 1/8 2008
42 1/29 - 1/30 2013
40 1/9 1/10 1975

As wunderground's Angela Fritz wrote in her blog today, the powerful tornado that ripped through Adairsville, Georgia, northwest of Atlanta, at 11:19 am EST Thursday morning, killing one person, has been rated a high-end EF-3 with 160 mph winds. At least seven other tornadoes in the outbreak were EF-2s. Damaging winds reports for the 2-day period numbered 597, the highest 2-day January total since NOAA's Storm Prediction Center (SPC) began tabulating these in 2000. The severe weather outbreak was fueled an air mass that set many all-time January records for warmth and moisture, as detailed by our weather historian, Christopher C. Burt, in his latest post, A Wild Ride Weather-wise for the Eastern Half of the U.S. the past Four Days.


Figure 1. Damage to the Daiki Corporation factory in Adairsville, GA, after the January 30, 2013 EF-3 tornado. Image credit: Dr. Greg Forbes, TWC.


Figure 2. Severe weather reports for the month of January; 597 reports of damaging winds were recorded January 29 - 30. Image credit: NOAA/SPC.

Mississippi River rising
This week's storm brought widespread rains of 1 - 2" to Missouri and Illinois, along the drainage basin of the stretch of the Mississippi River that was so low as to threaten to stop barge traffic. Happily, the rains have caused the river to rise by more than seven feet over the past week, along the stretch from St. Louis to Thebes, Illinois. Thanks to this much-needed bump in river levels, plus the future run-off that will occur from the snows that have accumulated in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa, I expect no potential low water closures of the Mississippi until June at the earliest. According to today's newly-released Drought Monitor, though, the area of the contiguous U.S. in moderate or greater drought remained unchanged at 58% this week. It will be dry across the core of the drought region for at least the next week; the GFS model is predicting that the next chance of significant precipitation for the drought region will be Saturday, February 9. Don't bet on this happening, though, since the model has been inconsistent with its handling of the storm. The drought has killed hundreds of thousands of trees across the Midwest, and many more will succumb during the next few years. According to Brian Fuchs, a climatologist with the National Drought Mitigation Center, drought was present in at least isolated spots in all 50 states of the U.S. for the first time in history during 2012.


Figure 3. The water level in the Mississippi River at St. Louis was at -4' early this week, just above the all-time record low of -6.2' set in 1940. However, rains from this week's storm have raised water levels by seven feet. Image credit: NOAA/HPC.


Figure 4. The liquid equivalent of melting all the snow on the ground present on February 1, 2013. Widespread amounts of water equivalent to 0.39" - 2" of rain are present over Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa, which is near average for this time of year. When this snow melts, it will raise the level of the Mississippi River and aid barge navigation. Image credit: NOAA/National Operational Hydrologic Remote Sensing Center.

Links
Adairsville Tornado Recap, Photos, and Video from Angela Fritz

A Wild Ride Weather-wise for the Eastern Half of the U.S. the past Four Days by wunderground's weather historian, Christopher C. Burt.

Tornado Expert Sees "Staggering" Damage in Georgia



Have a great Groundhog's Day and Super Sunday, everyone!

Jeff Masters

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561. SteveDa1
9:07 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting pottery:

Nice post. Thanks for that.
Scary stuff there.


Thanks. It's my pleasure. Really.

Quoting pcola57:


Very interesting chart SteveDa1..
Where did you get that one?


I made that one myself pcola57 using data from Environment Canada.

Call me Steve. ;)
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560. ScottLincoln
8:16 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting ClimateChange:
Hey Dr. Masters and readers, I've been busy with work so I haven't been commenting much. Anyways, one climate metric I see that global warming is affecting with great rapidity is extreme overnight minima. This is reflected in the gradual creeping northward of plant hardiness zones, although the most recent USDA maps do not appear to completely grasp the rapidity with which these changes are occurring.
...
The Plant Hardiness update erroneously includes a number of years from a time when the earth was much colder yielding a false picture of the true conditions.

As long as climate continues to change in the way that it has been over the last few decades, this issue will continue to persist. Because climate is typically defined over 30yr periods to minimize the impacts of internal variability/weather, we will always be using a trailing average for these types of plots. It is by design, but unfortunately the data will be "behind" as a consequence of climatic changes occurring quickly.
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559. PedleyCA
3:14 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting PensacolaDoug:



It's all relative! 42 doesn't feel too badly.


Unless it has a "C°" hung on the end......
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558. Barefootontherocks
2:53 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
I was looking over past blogs of when the Joplin tornado occurred and stumbled across the blog on May 24, 2011 (the day the tornado was upgraded from an EF4 to EF5). I forgot for a while that a major tornado outbreak was occurring in Oklahoma on this date, and I tracked it without remembering. There was a damaging tornado on the ground at the time I was on, and I think I made it pretty clear that it was an EF5:

"There is almost no doubt in my mind that this is....an EF-5. According to radar, this tornado surpasses wind speeds of 200 mph."

"There is no doubt in my mind that this tornado will be rated an EF-5."

"Headed right towards Guthrie, everyone get to safety NOW. Very likely an EF-4/EF-5 tornado on the ground."

"Headed right towards Newcastle as a EF-4/EF-5."

"This tornado is amazing....completely obliterating anything in its path....ripping dirt clean out of the ground....Its an EF-4/EF-5."


It's good to laugh at yourself.

And yes, the tornado was indeed later rated an EF5.
TA13,
It's my observation from reading your comments you have an intuitive knowledge where tornadoes are concerned. A rare gift. I mean that sincerely.

You may not remember/realize you were commenting on two different tornadoes that day. The one that went to "Guthrie" was rated EF5 after damage surveys. The "Newcastle" was a high end (190 mph) EF4. Also... another high end (190 mph) EF4 was crossing Oklahoma the same time as these two with a more southerly track parallel to the Newcastle tornado. More tors in OK that day as well. A dryline day to remember - Tornado Outbreak of May 24, 2011 - that is often forgotten as, death and damage-wise, Joplin and Alabama are most-remembered from 2011 Spring severe.
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557. pcola57
2:34 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting VR46L:


Its the wide wing span of the extr storms that some cant understand like this one is at least 400 miles away from its centre but is bringing over 60 mph winds .



"New Blog".. :)
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556. VR46L
2:31 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting FunnelVortex:


I've only been in a deep low once before. It was the Midwest storm of 2010.

It was just like your Atlantic storms, except it happened over land.

It knocked down quite a few trees in my area.



Its the wide wing span of the extr storms that some cant understand like this one is at least 400 miles away from its centre but is bringing over 60 mph winds .
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555. FunnelVortex
2:25 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting VR46L:



Sure have lol ... but none was as severe as the one in dec 2011... It knocked my net out for 5 days..

Present storm bringing 57kts to me and we are at code orange be prepared LOL

Warning that winds will get to 130 kms an hr bit over 80 mph



I've only been in a deep low once before. It was the Midwest storm of 2010.

It was just like your Atlantic storms, except it happened over land.

It knocked down quite a few trees in my area.

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554. pcola57
2:21 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Wind and Ice forcasted for today..

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553. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
2:20 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
JeffMasters has created a new entry.
552. FunnelVortex
2:19 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
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551. VR46L
2:18 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting FunnelVortex:
Another major Atlantic storm, huh?

(GFS as of now)


Weve been seeing a lot this year.



Sure have lol ... but none was as severe as the one in dec 2011... It knocked my net out for 5 days..

Present storm bringing 57kts to me and we are at code orange be prepared LOL

Warning that winds will get to 130 kms an hr bit over 80 mph

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550. FunnelVortex
2:18 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
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549. calkevin77
2:17 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting stormchaser19:
The electrical engineers saying Beyonce halftime show,overheated the transformers, its compressible NO?


I would have expected the Janet Jackson malfunction a few years ago to have done the same :-)
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548. SFLWeatherman
2:17 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
The earliest tropical storm to hit the U.S., and the only Atlantic storm in February.
Link
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547. FunnelVortex
2:09 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Another major Atlantic storm, huh?

(GFS as of now)


Weve been seeing a lot this year.
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546. pcola57
2:08 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Current Jet Stream..



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545. biff4ugo
2:06 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Great sunny second weekend of the Fair. We typically have at least on rainy and/or freezing cold day. This year we had one morning with a touch of frost but fantastic weather the rest of the time.

The downside was that there was so much dust on the last day, as the moving trucks drove in, you could breath and it didn't settle out. I have an idea what the dust bowl felt like, with chalk in your mouth and nose and lungs. Yuck.

I hope the heat goes away, because the drought index doesn't look to improve in the short or long term for East Florida.

All the clouds in the sky are ice clouds and contrails this morning. Hope that is a good sign for rain soon.
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544. pcola57
2:05 PM GMT on February 04, 2013


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543. pcola57
2:03 PM GMT on February 04, 2013




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542. pcola57
1:58 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Good Morning All..
I remember in the 1980's when we first were able to get images like this to confirm Ozone depletion..
It caused such a stir..
The global communities were shocked into action..





OZONE HOLE

Using a mapping spectrometer, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center rendered this 3-D image of the hole in the ozone layer high above Anarctica (above). Scientists discovered the hole in the 1980s, and every austral spring the phenomenon reappears. When chlorofluorocarbons first entered international consumerism and people hailed them as wonder compounds, nobody expected that CFCs would rise into the upper atmosphere and destroy the ozone that protects Earth from harmful ultraviolet radiation.
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541. pcola57
1:50 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting SteveDa1:
Quoting 494. ClimateChange 2:50 AM GMT on February 04, 2013


Thanks for the fascinating commentary. I keep lots of data of my particular neck-of-the-woods--Montreal, Quebec--and I gotta say that the most extreme change that I have observed is the pronounced increase of the 'extreme overnight minima', as you state. From the year record-keeping began in 1942 to 1993 there were an average of 0.6 nights/meteorological winter with a low below -30 C (-22 F); we always observed a very strict minimum of 1 night below -30 C every 5 years.

Incredibly, we have had 0 nights below -30 C since then. Zero. In 19 years. This is so much more extreme than any other trend I have witnessed. I mean, the all-time record low is -37.8 C set on January 15, 1957. I actually strongly believe we won't reach -30 C again in my lifetime...

Here's a graphic picture of the overall trend in monthly extreme low temperature from January 1993 to December 2012. Note the extreme rise of 1.81 C/100 months (8.33 years) shown in the linear trend line.


click for much larger resolution


Very interesting chart SteveDa1..
Where did you get that one?
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540. LargoFl
1:30 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Washi gets some flakes too.............THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR THE MARYLAND PORTION OF THE
CHESAPEAKE BAY...TIDAL POTOMAC RIVER...AND ADJACENT COUNTIES IN
CENTRAL MARYLAND AND NORTHERN VIRGINIA AS WELL AS THE DISTRICT OF
COLUMBIA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT

A SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT UNTIL 3 PM FOR A PORTION OF WATERS.

LIGHT SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS ARE LIKELY TONIGHT.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...TUESDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

A SMALL CRAFT ADVISORY IS POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY.
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539. LargoFl
1:28 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
BIG SNOW HERE.......................URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
350 AM EST MON FEB 4 2013

MDZ001-WVZ023-041-041700-
/O.CON.KPBZ.WS.W.0003.130204T1900Z-130205T1500Z/
GARRETT-PRESTON-TUCKER-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...OAKLAND MD...GRANTSVILLE...KINGWOOD...
TERRA ALTA...PARSONS...DAVIS...THOMAS
350 AM EST MON FEB 4 2013

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 2 PM THIS
AFTERNOON TO 10 AM EST TUESDAY...

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS...6 TO 10 INCHES.

* IMPACTS...HAZARDOUS TRAVEL CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED DUE TO
LOWERED VISIBILITY AND SNOW COVERED ROADS.

* SNOW BEGINNING...EARLY THIS AFTERNOON

* PERIOD OF MOST INTENSE SNOW...LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND THIS
EVENING.

* SNOW ENDING...TUESDAY MORNING.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR SNOW MEANS THAT HEAVY SNOWFALL WILL
MAKE TRAVEL DANGEROUS. IF YOU MUST VENTURE OUT AT ALL...USE
EXTREME CAUTION. REPORT SNOW ACCUMULATION TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER
SERVICE BY CALLING...412-262-1988...POSTING TO THE NWS PITTSBURGH
FACEBOOK PAGE...OR USING TWITTER @NWSPITTSBURGH.

&&

$$
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538. PensacolaDoug
1:23 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting AussieStorm:

Welcome back. Is it feeling much warmer than 42.3F since you've spent a week in the snow? I did for a day or 2 after I came back from 14F.



It's all relative! 42 doesn't feel too badly.
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537. PensacolaDoug
1:18 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
That's was my thoughts also Pot. I guess Taz didn't understand #494 ClimateChange post. Especially when he said

Quoting Tazmanian:
YAWN and oh cares





Plus 1000




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536. LargoFl
12:50 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
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535. AussieStorm
12:47 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting aislinnpaps:
Everyone have a great Monday. Aussie, have a great Tuesday!

Thanks. Have a great Monday, mine was a beautiful blue sky day.
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534. AussieStorm
12:29 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting pottery:

Nice post. Thanks for that.
Scary stuff there.


That's was my thoughts also Pot. I guess Taz didn't understand #494 ClimateChange post. Especially when he said
Quoting Tazmanian:




YAWN and oh cares
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533. AussieStorm
12:26 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting PensacolaDoug:
G'morning all! ('cept Aussie) G'eve mate! Home safe now. It was a fun trip! I got my "snow-fix"! But it is good to be home. Not a lot to report here and I got to get ready for work but it is currently 42.3F on da Bayou Grande.

Welcome back. Is it feeling much warmer than 42.3F since you've spent a week in the snow? I did for a day or 2 after I came back from 14F.
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532. aislinnpaps
12:24 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Everyone have a great Monday. Aussie, have a great Tuesday!
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531. pottery
12:23 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting SteveDa1:
Quoting 494. ClimateChange 2:50 AM GMT on February 04, 2013


Thanks for the fascinating commentary. I keep lots of data of my particular neck-of-the-woods--Montreal, Quebec--and I gotta say that the most extreme change that I have observed is the pronounced increase of the 'extreme overnight minima', as you state. From the year record-keeping began in 1942 to 1993 there were an average of 0.6 nights/meteorological winter with a low below -30 C (-22 F); we always observed a very strict minimum of 1 night below -30 C every 5 years.

Incredibly, we have had 0 nights below -30 C since then. Zero. In 19 years. This is so much more extreme than any other trend I have witnessed. I mean, the all-time record low is -37.8 C set on January 15, 1957. I actually strongly believe we won't reach -30 C again in my lifetime...

Here's a graphic picture of the overall trend in monthly extreme low temperature from January 1993 to December 2012. Note the extreme rise of 1.81 C/100 months (8.33 years) shown in the linear trend line.


click for much larger resolution

Nice post. Thanks for that.
Scary stuff there.
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530. AussieStorm
12:23 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


Hi Aussie...
Good afternoon to you there...

good evening
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529. beell
12:12 PM GMT on February 04, 2013
Reports from last Tueday's severe outbreak continue to trickle in.

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528. PensacolaDoug
11:53 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
G'morning all! ('cept Aussie) G'eve mate! Home safe now. It was a fun trip! I got my "snow-fix"! But it is good to be home. Not a lot to report here and I got to get ready for work but it is currently 42.3F on da Bayou Grande.
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527. Tropicsweatherpr
11:51 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Good morning to all.

As expected,it cooled a bit in most of the Equatorial Pacific but not as dramatic as what occured two weeks ago.The CPC text of todays update will be released later this morning.


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526. aislinnpaps
11:35 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Good morning, everyone. Evening, Aussie. I've put Beignets, thick Canadian bacon and omelets over by Largo's coffee.

It's 48 degrees this morning with a forecast of the upper 60's and rain later today. I'm just hoping the rain will hold off during the funeral I have to go to right after school.
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525. LargoFl
11:18 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
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524. LargoFl
11:16 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
2 to 4 inches snow around Chicago today...........
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523. LargoFl
11:14 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
chiily now but supposed to be warming up some this week..
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522. LargoFl
11:08 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Good Morning folks!!...the blogs coffee is perked for when you get here..enjoy!..have a great day everyone
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521. KoritheMan
9:42 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting trHUrrIXC5MMX:


lol... Im my case I go over old hurricane advisories or winter storms (barely severe weather)... remembering the old days...


I've read all NHC advisories from 1998 to 2004 for both basins. Now that I think about it, I should really pick up on that again...
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520. trHUrrIXC5MMX
6:40 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting Thrawst:


LOL you have the same habit as I do when there is no Severe Wx... I literally went through all of April and May 2011 convective outlooks on the SPC and read them... Nerd forreal.


lol... Im my case I go over old hurricane advisories or winter storms (barely severe weather)... remembering the old days...
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519. SteveDa1
5:31 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting 494. ClimateChange 2:50 AM GMT on February 04, 2013


Thanks for the fascinating commentary. I keep lots of data of my particular neck-of-the-woods--Montreal, Quebec--and I gotta say that the most extreme change that I have observed is the pronounced increase of the 'extreme overnight minima', as you state. From the year record-keeping began in 1942 to 1993 there were an average of 0.6 nights/meteorological winter with a low below -30 C (-22 F); we always observed a very strict minimum of 1 night below -30 C every 5 years.

Incredibly, we have had 0 nights below -30 C since then. Zero. In 19 years. This is so much more extreme than any other trend I have witnessed. I mean, the all-time record low is -37.8 C set on January 15, 1957. I actually strongly believe we won't reach -30 C again in my lifetime...

Here's a graphic picture of the overall trend in monthly extreme low temperature from January 1993 to December 2012. Note the extreme rise of 1.81 C/100 months (8.33 years) shown in the linear trend line.


click for much larger resolution
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518. Thrawst
4:55 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting TropicalAnalystwx13:
I was looking over past blogs of when the Joplin tornado occurred and stumbled across the blog on May 24, 2011 (the day the tornado was upgraded from an EF4 to EF5). I forgot for a while that a major tornado outbreak was occurring in Oklahoma on this date, and I tracked it without remembering. There was a damaging tornado on the ground at the time I was on, and I think I made it pretty clear that it was an EF5:

"There is almost no doubt in my mind that this is....an EF-5. According to radar, this tornado surpasses wind speeds of 200 mph."

"There is no doubt in my mind that this tornado will be rated an EF-5."

"Headed right towards Guthrie, everyone get to safety NOW. Very likely an EF-4/EF-5 tornado on the ground."

"Headed right towards Newcastle as a EF-4/EF-5."

"This tornado is amazing....completely obliterating anything in its path....ripping dirt clean out of the ground....Its an EF-4/EF-5."


It's good to laugh at yourself.

And yes, the tornado was indeed later rated an EF5.


LOL you have the same habit as I do when there is no Severe Wx... I literally went through all of April and May 2011 convective outlooks on the SPC and read them... Nerd forreal.
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517. Some1Has2BtheRookie
4:27 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting Grothar:


How can you tell the difference?


The real entertainment comes out on the field?
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516. wxchaser97
4:27 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Now that football is done, bring on NASCAR and baseball!

My forecast for tomorrow:
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515. trHUrrIXC5MMX
4:24 AM GMT on February 04, 2013


Areas near Chicago could get nearly half a foot of snow
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514. Civicane49
4:24 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
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513. trHUrrIXC5MMX
4:23 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Quoting AussieStorm:

Very interesting, Thanks for sharing.
And don't worry about Taz, he probably didn't understand what you were talking about. Surprised he didn't just say POOF you go.


Hi Aussie...
Good afternoon to you there...
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512. trHUrrIXC5MMX
4:20 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
it's over for you..

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511. PedleyCA
4:10 AM GMT on February 04, 2013
Afternoon Aussie - Good Night Everyone Else - Stay Safe - Sleep Well
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