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Severe weather across South could set tornado record, experts say

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posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 07:49 AM
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Severe weather across South could set tornado record, experts say


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A widespread outbreak of severe weather across the Deep South may be one for the record books, as the National Weather Service received reports of more than 150 tornadoes.

"This could be one of the most devastating tornado outbreaks in the nation's history by the time it's over," CNN Meteorologist Sean Morris said.

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posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 07:49 AM
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I have never see so much devastation
the USA right now is literaly invaded by tornadoes
many at the same time
there is flood everywhere
fire is also affecting the south

What in hell is happening right now ..

is mother nature pissed that much ?
is it global warming ?
is it an end of time sign ?

at least the usa wasnt strike by an earthquake so far .. but i think it is also coming

Every familly need to pack up food and water
because when something like this hit you
you wont be able to go buy some food at the grossery story

we live in an interesting but troubling time
2012 is fastly approaching
we are seeing many many signs
and its keep getting worse ..

without mentionning that the japan nuclear plant his 10time worse compare to chernobyl

rest of cnn article :

The unofficial number of twisters reported Wednesday by the Storm Prediction Center was 151. The same system continued to spin off tornadoes early Thursday.
The long-term average for confirmed tornadoes in April is 116.

"It was certainly a rare day that there were so many tornadoes that caused so much damage in populated areas," CNN Meteorologist Jacqui Jeras said.

An official count is not immediately available, but Jeras said she expects that the numbers will reveal a historic April with a record number of twisters.

Authorities were still assessing damage from the storms early Thursday, and it could be days before officials establish how many tornadoes hit.

Several meteorological conditions combined Wednesday to create a particularly dangerous mix, Morris said. A storm system that brought severe weather to parts of the South Plains earlier this week .ed east, a cold front was moving across the Deep South and upper levels of the atmosphere were conducive for severe storms.

"It is tornado season, but an intensive event like this only will occur maybe once or twice a year," Morris said. "It's very rare to have all these ingredients come together."

The worst tornado outbreak in U.S. history occurred in April 1974, when 148 twisters touched down in 13 states over a 16-hour period, according to the National Weather Service. The agency said 330 people died and 5,484 were injured in a path of damage that covered more than 2,500 miles.

That month saw a total of 267 tornadoes -- the largest number recorded since 1950, according to the weather agency.

By early Thursday, authorities said scores of people had been killed as storms swept through Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas.

And dramatic images of massive funnel clouds and flattened buildings left little doubt about the storms' strength.

"The storms are just amazingly explosive and they're covering a very large area," said Greg Carbin with the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma.

With the latest outbreak, April may turn out to be a historic month for tornadoes, he said.

"We may finish out April with more than 300 tornadoes," Carbin said. "It looks like it will be a record-breaker as far as sheer numbers go. The numbers for April are definitely on a record pace."






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posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:19 AM
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here in Canada .. its been raining with heavy wind for the pass 2 weeks
in april usualy its very hot and dry
so we are getting all the bad weather from the USA but with no tornado

if americans are tired of this bad weather they can move to the north

its pretty safe here



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:21 AM
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You all know now by reading and seeing the chem-trailing government plains spraying their crap. You know its weather modification for global warming no matter who or what causes it. You know whenever the government does anything they screw it up worce than it normally would be. Watch the chem-trailing planes more closely people-espicially just befor a storm front [normal 1 ] comes-why do they spray days befor like crazy-??? Why do they spray the leading edge of a storm front?? The government is playing god in the skies and we have to pay for letting them.
Email your elected officials[i dont mean once-or twice--i mean every time you get a chance- daily if you really care-tell them you are fed up with the spraying without explaination-ask what they are spraying?
Aluminum and barrium with a host of other metals are poison to your lungs and the environment.
I am 55 , doesnt really matter to me for i lived through the great america till the great decline we see now. You younger people are screwed. If you are in your teens, you will never live to my age.
AS WE SAID DURING THE VIET-NAM WARS-----TUNE IN -TURN ON -AND DROP OUT!!!!
-QUIT PLAYING THEIR GAME--play your own.



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:22 AM
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here in tennesse...it was rockin last night !!! acording to local news this was an unpresidented historic storm...we will talk about this one for a long time ...im just happy all my friends and family are ok.



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:33 AM
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Hell in central New York State we've had 5 tornadoes in the last 2 days. That's more tornadoes in 2 days then I can remember in my entire 27 years spent in this area. Hell we've had more thunderstorms in the last 2 days then I remember happening in all of 2010. Mother natures wrath is falling upon humanity. My thoughts are with those displaced by all these storms and the storms to come, cuz this seems to be far from over.



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:34 AM
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We got ours here in Georgia. A few deaths too... sad stuff



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:42 AM
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UPDATE:
Eight people killed by storms in Virginia, bringing death toll in Southern storms to 202 people in six states.

202 .... killed by tornado
only that is a record
and that happened in less then a week

planet earth is going through big change
pole shift anyone ???



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:45 AM
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"Never, in 32 years forecasting, have I seen as many violent tornadoes indicated on radar at one time as I did today," wrote Alabama meteorologist Dan Satterfield on his American Geophysical Union blog.
www.livescience.com...



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 08:47 AM
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pole shift /haarp /or flat out mother nature at her most vengfull !!! either way its not fun and not much we can do but be preparred and protect our loved ones the best we can !!



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 09:14 AM
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Originally posted by saintsjunky
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pole shift /haarp /or flat out mother nature at her most vengfull !!! either way its not fun and not much we can do but be preparred and protect our loved ones the best we can !!


i have heard that these are signs of the end times ..
could it be ?

mother nature is literaly unleashed .. and 2012 is just around the corner
there is to many signs and coincidence .. not to be linked to 2012

anyone know the bible passage concerning those massive tornado
to verify if that could be it
edit on 4/28/2011 by Ben81 because: (no reason given)



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by Ben81
here in Canada .. its been raining with heavy wind for the pass 2 weeks
in april usualy its very hot and dry
so we are getting all the bad weather from the USA but with no tornado

if americans are tired of this bad weather they can move to the north

its pretty safe here


Don't speak too soon:




Environment Canada said there were unconfirmed reports of possible tornadoes in the community of Fergus and the Township of Blandford-Blenheim, southwest of Kitchener. Ontario Provincial Police said there was damage in Plattsville, a small community in Blandford-Blenheim.


news.aol.ca...



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 11:18 AM
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Originally posted by Ben81

is mother nature pissed that much ?
is it global warming ?
is it an end of time sign ?








www.cnn.com
(visit the link for the full news article)

is mother nature pissed that much ? ---->No
is it global warming ? ---->Who really knows.
is it an end of time sign ? --->No

This planet has been around here long long long before people.
And it will be here long after people.
Its end will coincide with the sun's final days.

And blah@2012!
Weather events occur all the time,the earth goes through changes,it always has.
The earth has gone through far worse in its past,than whats going on now.

The only difference,people werent here to see it.
These "tragedys" seem important because its effecting US.not the planet.
And its due to our extremly large population,that these types of events will continue to occur.
AS more people settle in areas,the death tolls will rise.

And one day humanity will probaly meet its end,afterall were jsut another species on earth,like everything else.



posted on Apr, 28 2011 @ 11:28 AM
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If the number hasn't broken the record yet, then it isn't unprecedented. If it's happened before, it will happen again. Was there a pole shift in 1950 (the year the previous record was set)? If not, and there wasn't, why would this years tornadoes signal one?

There are lots and lots of tornadoes, that's for sure! My heart goes out to all who find themselves in the path of this weather system. Duck and cover people, and find a nice deep hole!

Peace



posted on Apr, 29 2011 @ 06:05 AM
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The question now is .. will this tornado outbreak continu ?
or its over for the season ..



posted on Apr, 30 2011 @ 04:45 PM
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I had the feeling that it wasn't just "tornadoes happen all the time, no big deal"...
I've never heard of this many in a small frame of time, in my lifetime!



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