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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, May 10, 2010.
Are any of these supposed to head up Nashville way again tonight or should we be good for the night?
Parents are fine. Brothers house looks to be along the path although he said it’s not too awful yet
Should be fine now
Pretty crazy how quickly this thing organized
See also our recent run of Black Hills tornadoes
It's gonna do it again
That's a big hill
Oh, I agree. Doesn't stop some ppl from thinking that tornadoes are afraid of hills. hear that out this way all the time.
Definite, big ass debris signature now
Grew up hearing that
And again. now in western GA...just west of Peachtree City
That wall cloud is so low to the ground, unreal.
Heading for the radar and the nws office there
Not a good situation unfolding here. Circulation ramping up...clear debris ball, moving into a more populated area
Holy fuck. tornado emergency now
Man this late at night. Can't be good. Hoping for the best.
Newman took a direct hit.
The amount of debris coming off the north side of the tornado. Awful.
My friends in Newnan are all ok but sounds like a pretty hard hit. My family in Tyrone are all ok. I'm on other side of Coweta and things didn't get too bad here.
To add to earlier discussion.. When in the direct line of nasty storm, didn't miss that 10 bucks I'm paying for radar scope one bit.
How do you see the debris fields in those radar images?
The rumor here is Newnan High School is "gone." I guess we'll see in the morning. Thank god it didn't hit during the day. It has 2500 students.
I saw this cloud a few weeks ago south of OKC. Hadn't ever seen anything like it before. Like a rogue thunderhead. Any pros or amateurs in here know the name of something like this? It's a panorama and the black line was a power line.
Just had one of the most insane lightning storms I’ve ever been a part of in Atlanta. Everything coming out of Newnan sounds really bad. What an awful 24 hours for the southeast.
Wonderful profile of James Spann
Hopefully these help some, just ask if you have questions
So far there are no deaths reported in Newnan. Amazing. Significant damage to the hs and a lot of people lost everything.
His knowledge of the state, including the most rural of areas, is amazing.
On air he remembered the name of the guy who died in a tornado in Brent in 1977!
I think at one point he was talking about a storm taking the exact same track of some storm on Palm Sunday in like 1972. Incredible that he has that knowledge committed to memory. But his ability to tell you down to almost the exact local landmark just makes him invaluable. Saw this last night, and it's so true.
He did make one mistake. Said Eutaw was the population center of Hale County. It was early in the day. I'll cut him some slack.
This is video from the aftermath of the Birmingham tornado at Shoal Creek. A course that has held two major championship
Not sure if this has been shared yet, I could do without the chasers screaming violent tornado every time they film a tornado, but alas
Worth more when they sell the clip if they are screaming violent?
Probably some truth to that; everyone wants to be Reed Timmer
This is where the guy is standing in the video to show you how wooded it is.
Boy did yesterday deliver
Tornado threat tomorrow. I haven't looked at anything nor did I read the spc discussion very closely