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tornado outbreak
      #64815 - Mon Apr 03 2006 11:40 AM

as a grim follow-on to the significant march tornado outbreak in missouri, another springtime tornado group has swept the mid-south. the preliminary reports out of the region point to a worst impact in northwestern tennessee, where it looks like at least twenty people were killed sunday evening. since these were in adjacent counties it may have been a single large tornado doing most or all of the destruction. aside from a general respite over the winter, last fall remained tornadically active, and this spring has been fairly active in terms of severe weather. last spring was notably quiet, in contrast to this one.
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Re: tornado outbreak [Re: HanKFranK]
      #64872 - Sat Apr 08 2006 03:15 AM

It's weird that no one is posting in this topic since some of the worst tornado outbreaks are ocurring right now. The Tornado Outbreak on April 2 is not as large as the new outbreak that is called the worst this year yet. 11 people are dead already and over 60+ tornados reported. Could we see a F5 tornado for the first time since May 3, 1999?

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