posted on May, 22 2013 @ 05:55 PM
Originally posted by iunlimited491
Just a quick update:
The National Weather Service is now reporting that there is no evidence of a tornado in Copake, NY.
COPAKE, N.Y. -- After severe weather swept through the area Tuesday, it appears there was no tornado in Columbia County.
Trained weather spotters say they saw a tornado touch down around 5 p.m. in Copake, but the National Weather Service says there is no evidence of
The NWS says the storm was strong enough to potentially produce a tornado, but say that did not happen. Still, strong winds and heavy rain brought
down power lines and some trees, resulting in a few road
Here is a photo of the funnel cloud in Copake. It's still pretty awesome though.
Your above post makes me think back to about 1985 give or take, we just bought a new Sony cam corder and we were sitting in a spot ideal for watching
About 20 minutes into the video we wished we were home in our townhouse basement.
Black/Green sky with one hell of an eerie silence.
Kept the tape rolling and the car was rocking back and forth and left and right.
After about 90 minutes we headed home only to find our entrance drive to our townhouse blocked by power lines and trees.
Next day they are claiming on the news that it was not a Tornado, well we knew what we saw so once we had the power restored we viewed the tape we
Sure as poop we saw a very large rain wrapped funnel cloud in our video.
So I took it to our local "Environment Canada Office" which just happened to be at our local airport.
They plugged my camera into their banks of monitors and hit play.
Bingo withing 5 minutes of video, they confirmed the tornado but it still took over 3 weeks to be officially confirmed upon further review...
Believe what you see not what you are told.