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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, May 10, 2010.
My body is ready
That derecho in Tennessee looks nasty
Southern MO went from marginal severe threat to enhanced in about 4 hours this morning.
Still going. Just missed me, but hit northern RC and will hit the airport very soon. Could hear the hail...fell about 4 miles from me. Lot of thunder from the main cell + the little thing trying to get going west of RC
If this pattern verifies, a big-ish if, would be a big-time end to may
A look at where we're going with warnings, likely sooner than later
Hail just trying to get redemption for last week I see
Come on baby, daddy needs his car totaled out
Doc on Ted Fujita
Big trough szn
i’m confused as to what he’s optimistic about
Larger than Baseball sized hail in Fayetteville, AR.
Tornado chasers require tornadoes or they aren’t chasing anything
In the enhanced box today. Looks to be mainly a hail/straight line winds event though. I hate hail.
We had some damage from straight line winds in Alabama a couple of weeks ago that looked just like tornado damage
Yeah I'm still waiting on the roofing company to get out and replace a bunch of shingles from the last straight line event we had here.
Speaking of roofers....
We got this where I’m at (not my picture because I was in a meeting)
Joplin needs to keep its head on a swivel
Good heavens me
Had nickel sized hail at work but that stuff blew up closer to the cities. Strangely enough didn’t have any hail at the house which I’m thankful for. It all went north/south of us.
Can hear the thunder from these storms 60 miles away.
Welp mammatus clouds have arrived
I didn’t get SHIT
another dud in NWA consider me shocked
We didn't get a single drop of rain. I heard thunder once. The car remains
I think infected donkey is getting shit on rn but the cells went to my north in SW Missouri (tornado warned) and right over Springdale/Fayetteville (severe thunderstorm moving at the speed of dbl)
some substantial hail action going on in that system over the red river headed se towards dfw
Need a little interpretation help lomcevak BrentTray . In reading this am I interpreting we will have a prolonged storm season in the south plains/north plains through early to mid June or is it just saying it could be an active storm season somewhere through June. It's been a hailer of a year in the south plains but 4 years on from a violent tornado in Oklahoma makes me feel like we are super due for a big one. Also, I pretty much give up on storm season in Oklahoma, Kansas on June 1 every year since there is no recent (7 years or so) evidence that tornado season extends this far south past 6/1. I've read and re-read that chart maybe 10 times the last 10 days and all I can gather is we are about to go silent due to the death ridge and then SW flow will contribute to a scary day or two on the southern plains sometime between 5/18-5/31 and then its over. Two weeks of SW flow seems like a really short storm season to me. Correct me if i'm wrong.
Just rain and some thunder much like this morning. I fell asleep as it rolled in.
Don’t expect anything until the May 16-20 timeframe that is even remotely worth chasing/watching. Looks like Central KS could be in play around that time imo
what you up to weather?
oh not much, just hangin dong on the plains
Thats a saggy dick.
Sorry guys had a business trip in Montana
ShuPoor can you dab the end of my dick with a Kleenex thanks
He goin for that drip.
it was so fucking windy yesterday
This whole spring has seemed windy for some reason. I'm constantly picking up shit on my porch and in my yard that is blowing over.
yeah i live in a townhouse with a rooftop deck and all my shit blew over to one side. couch, two deck chairs, outdoor table chairs, pillows, plants, everything. even found some shit in the bushes out front that had blown over
if i had a shade or an umbrella i’m pretty sure that shit would be through the window of my neighbor’s place across the street