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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Strong and long-track tornadoes will be possible along with baseball-size or larger hail and potentially destructive 75 mph winds.

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...Jackson, Mississippi, is in the center of the severe weather risk area, with other cities to watch being Memphis, Tennessee; New Orleans; Birmingham, Alabama; and Shreveport, Louisiana.

Given that sunsets are before 5 p.m. in most of the risk area, the majority of the dangerous storms will occur in the dark. This will compound the danger as nocturnal tornadoes are 2.5 times more likely to be fatal than daytime ones.

Flood watches are also in effect along parts of the east-central Gulf Coast, where storms could cause flash flooding through Wednesday morning.

The storm system will shift east on Wednesday, bringing strong thunderstorms, heavy rain and wind to the East Coast. Rain and wind will be the main weather drivers for the Mid-Atlantic to New England area, with strong storms possible from Georgia to northern Florida. ...


#1 | Posted by LampLighter at 2022-11-29 01:05 PM | Reply

Here in Okiehomie during the months of April, May and June we average a tornado every other day...

#2 | Posted by catdog at 2022-11-30 09:18 AM | Reply

Nothing brings me joy like climate change damage hitting states that elect climate change deniers.

#3 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2022-11-30 01:05 PM | Reply

Tornadoes in December... keep rolling coal dumbasses.

Nothing brings me joy like climate change damage hitting states that elect climate change deniers.

#3 | Posted by SpeakSoftly at 2022-11-30 01:05 PM | Reply | Flag

Except that those states are welfare states, taking more money than they pay in taxes to the US, so it will be blue states that bail them out.

#4 | Posted by Nixon at 2022-12-01 07:39 AM | Reply

Re #3

Careful what you wish for ...

110 mph winds ... massive destruction ... 2 dead and it happened at night as predicted ...

#5 | Posted by donnerboy at 2022-12-01 09:48 AM | Reply

I spent the spring in Waynesboro VA. we had a tornado.

#6 | Posted by TFDNihilist at 2022-12-01 11:25 AM | Reply

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