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Tornado Outbreak Today in Mississippi Valley

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posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:05 AM
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High Risk of Tornadoes in the area of Mississippi and Alabama. Could be really ugly action especially if the sun comes out adding to instability. Could be some violent long tracked tornadoes. Will definitely be an interesting thing to follow.
You can follow storm chasers here: www.severestudios.com... Looks like its going to be a busy day. Three tornado warnings for south of Memphis.




posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:28 AM
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Folks Alabama and Tenn. just got a torpedo watch Im next door in Ga so this after noon and tonight is going to be fun. good luck to all and keep an eye to the sky
www.spc.noaa.gov...

P.S. thanks for the link love a good chase

[edit on 24-4-2010 by hillbilly4rent]



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:29 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
Folks Alabama and Tenn. just got a torpedo watch Im next door in Ga so this after noon and tonight is going to be fun. good luck to all and keep an eye to the sky
www.spc.noaa.gov...

LOL torpedo. This could get ugly.



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:36 AM
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just got a torpedo watch

Thinking someone just came from the N. Korea/S. Korea thread lol



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:45 AM
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Just makin lite of a bad situation Iv bean through my fair share of tornados and
have lost friends of the family (just over the mountain) in 1994

"Although most tornadoes have a life of a few minutes, Storm No. 5 (the NWS designation of the tornado) spent 32 minutes on the ground in Bartow County alone. Leaving a path of utter destruction, killing two people and injuring 14, this storm destroyed property in extreme northwest Cherokee County, crossing Salacoa Ridge in the rugged Cherokee Highlands and continuing into Pickens County where it added more death and destruction to its toll. Tornado #5 alone accounted for 3 deaths and 20 injuries"
ngeorgia.com...



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
reply to post by UberL33t
 

Just makin lite of a bad situation Iv bean through my fair share of tornados and
have lost friends of the family (just over the mountain) in 1994

"Although most tornadoes have a life of a few minutes, Storm No. 5 (the NWS designation of the tornado) spent 32 minutes on the ground in Bartow County alone. Leaving a path of utter destruction, killing two people and injuring 14, this storm destroyed property in extreme northwest Cherokee County, crossing Salacoa Ridge in the rugged Cherokee Highlands and continuing into Pickens County where it added more death and destruction to its toll. Tornado #5 alone accounted for 3 deaths and 20 injuries"
ngeorgia.com...

Sorry to hear about that. Tornadoes truly are beasts of nature. I have a great fear of them. They can do so much damage so quickly



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
reply to post by UberL33t
 

Just makin lite of a bad situation Iv bean through my fair share of tornados and
have lost friends of the family (just over the mountain) in 1994

"Although most tornadoes have a life of a few minutes, Storm No. 5 (the NWS designation of the tornado) spent 32 minutes on the ground in Bartow County alone. Leaving a path of utter destruction, killing two people and injuring 14, this storm destroyed property in extreme northwest Cherokee County, crossing Salacoa Ridge in the rugged Cherokee Highlands and continuing into Pickens County where it added more death and destruction to its toll. Tornado #5 alone accounted for 3 deaths and 20 injuries"
ngeorgia.com...

Sorry to hear about that. Tornadoes truly are beasts of nature. I have a great fear of them. They can do so much damage so quickly



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
reply to post by UberL33t
 

Just makin lite of a bad situation Iv bean through my fair share of tornados and
have lost friends of the family (just over the mountain) in 1994

"Although most tornadoes have a life of a few minutes, Storm No. 5 (the NWS designation of the tornado) spent 32 minutes on the ground in Bartow County alone. Leaving a path of utter destruction, killing two people and injuring 14, this storm destroyed property in extreme northwest Cherokee County, crossing Salacoa Ridge in the rugged Cherokee Highlands and continuing into Pickens County where it added more death and destruction to its toll. Tornado #5 alone accounted for 3 deaths and 20 injuries"
ngeorgia.com...

Sorry to hear about that. Tornadoes truly are beasts of nature. I have a great fear of them. They can do so much damage so quickly



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
reply to post by UberL33t
 

Just makin lite of a bad situation Iv bean through my fair share of tornados and
have lost friends of the family (just over the mountain) in 1994

"Although most tornadoes have a life of a few minutes, Storm No. 5 (the NWS designation of the tornado) spent 32 minutes on the ground in Bartow County alone. Leaving a path of utter destruction, killing two people and injuring 14, this storm destroyed property in extreme northwest Cherokee County, crossing Salacoa Ridge in the rugged Cherokee Highlands and continuing into Pickens County where it added more death and destruction to its toll. Tornado #5 alone accounted for 3 deaths and 20 injuries"
ngeorgia.com...

Sorry to hear about that. Tornadoes truly are beasts of nature. I have a great fear of them. They can do so much damage so quickly



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
reply to post by UberL33t
 

Just makin lite of a bad situation Iv bean through my fair share of tornados and
have lost friends of the family (just over the mountain) in 1994

"Although most tornadoes have a life of a few minutes, Storm No. 5 (the NWS designation of the tornado) spent 32 minutes on the ground in Bartow County alone. Leaving a path of utter destruction, killing two people and injuring 14, this storm destroyed property in extreme northwest Cherokee County, crossing Salacoa Ridge in the rugged Cherokee Highlands and continuing into Pickens County where it added more death and destruction to its toll. Tornado #5 alone accounted for 3 deaths and 20 injuries"
ngeorgia.com...

Sorry to hear about that. Tornadoes truly are beasts of nature. I have a great fear of them. They can do so much damage so quickly



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 08:56 AM
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Around this neck of the woods a tornado can be just over the mountain and you never would see it. Thats how our friends wound up they were on the front porch and the beast came from behind them up the holler.

To get back to the conspiracy I wonder if HARP is running today



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 09:22 AM
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Originally posted by hillbilly4rent
reply to post by EarthquakeNewMadrid2010
 

Around this neck of the woods a tornado can be just over the mountain and you never would see it. Thats how our friends wound up they were on the front porch and the beast came from behind them up the holler.

To get back to the conspiracy I wonder if HARP is running today

dang that sounds like something out of a horror movie. I once had a weak tornado drop down only 60 feet from me in the car is scared the hell out of me.



posted on Apr, 24 2010 @ 09:37 AM
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Springtime in the South. Though where I live at tornadoes can happen pretty much year round. The weather and corporate media have been playing this up since yesterday. The good news is most of the worst weather potential where I live is going to be during the day and evening.



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