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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by GoodForAnother, May 10, 2010.
Independence Day came early
Colorado has it's first EF3 or more in quite some time (2015, I think). Wiped out some farm buildings and killed livestock, unfortunately. My home county in Northern CO is one of the most tornado prone in the country, but it's a very large county and almost all are EF0/EF1 tornadoes. Granada is in Prowers County, the second southernmost county on the KS/CO border.
Can someone explain a bit the difference of these two?
I see the OK/KS border is in an enhanced risk area but I'm not sure what these are saying exactly..
Also, I'm sure we have a wildfire thread, but I'm also curious about this map since I'm heading that direction in 2 weeks. This is just a risk map due to high winds low humidity correct?
Yes. Don't toss your doobies out the window.
Yeah believe me I won't. Trying to keep a close eye on it hoping nothing sparks in the parks or national forest we are staying in. Any recommended wildfire tracking resource?
The wind has definitely gotten itself all riled up this afternoon
lomcevak what is the black deal east of the mesoscale?
Not a tornado, but a thunderstorm with freak 80mph straight line winds hit my area hard on Sunday. 48 hrs+ with no power. This happened around the block from me.
The fire staff stationed at my office just left for socal because of the weather. I'm thinking they're expecting some bad shit
Going on 72 hours without power. Thankfully, I’m able to stay at my in-laws.
Can’t tell in the picture but inside the highlighted portion is what remains of a house.
Just been getting Molly whopped out there recently
These poor bastards can’t catch a break
Just got pics from my buddy who lives very close. Looked like a ton of crushed ice.
My sister lives right by coors field. No garage. She’s out of town. Hope her car isn’t damaged.
Big ol apples
About to break triple digits in numbers of hours without power at my house.
It has awakened for the day.
Oops missed this earlier
And next week
117 hours and counting with no power at my house.
That's awful. Any word on when?
Supposedly sometime today, but they think some could be through the weekend
I’ve entered the Franco Zone!
Well, well, well…the media has always talked about how they control everything in this society…but it looks like the 1% has a new member. ME BAYBEE!!
Day 4 looking juicy for us husks
The Good Lord's firework show. Gbr.
7 full days to the fucking minute. 168 hours and I finally have power back.
60-80 mph wind gusts. Damn it Paaaawl.
Eastern Colorado and the nebraska panhandle have been getting hammered
Hard pass. Hopefully we all just get a good rain.
From last nights storm
Shit ended up splitting and leaving us dry here and for that I am thankful. We keep dodging the hail.
Another chance tonight.
Nebraska getting fucked on a level Scott Frost could only dream of.
Reed got duped by bad radar data/artifacts. That "couplet" was ahead of the reflectivity and didn't have vertical continuity (wasn't there on higher radar scans)