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Started by Interstate 69 Fan, February 23, 2018, 02:54:46 PM

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epzik8

So how would the experts rank this particular May for U.S. tornadoes in terms of volatility compared to years past? I'm having trouble thinking of many parts of the Midwest that have been spared.
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SSOWorld

Quote from: epzik8 on May 23, 2024, 08:36:45 PMSo how would the experts rank this particular May for U.S. tornadoes in terms of volatility compared to years past? I'm having trouble thinking of many parts of the Midwest that have been spared.
Most of MN - north of the Twin Cities.
Scott O.

Not all who wander are lost...
Ah, the open skies, wind at my back, warm sun on my... wait, where the hell am I?!
As a matter of fact, I do own the road.
Raise your what?

Wisconsin - out-multiplexing your state since 1918.

Road Hog

North Texas has been spared the tornadoes but we've gotten a fair share of hail and straight-line wind damage. Plus a lot of rain and some flooding. The rain could end up biting us in the summer when it gets dry and all that excess vegetation provides fuel.

Interstate 69 Fan

Looks like another high risk day of tornadoes across Oklahoma inbound tomorrow.
Apparently I’m a fan of I-69.  Who knew.

bing101




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