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We've arrived in KS after a nonstop drive from the DC area. Breakfast forecasting session up soon.
As of May 8, California has had more tornado reports (5) than Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and the Carolinas.
Tornado watch until 8p CDT for SW AL and part of FL panhandle. 50% 2+ tornadoes, 20% 1+ strong.
Tornado watch likely over much of AR and southeast MO. http://www.spc.noaa.gov/products/md/md0427.html
SPC midday update continues small 5% tornado probability along KS/OK border area, larger 2% surrounds.
Strong couplet continues w/ tornado-warned storm in northwestern GA, heading northeast over Rome. #GAwx
BWER on storm now passing into MS as it went by Kilbourne LA and Eudora AR. Oldest on top, most recent on bottom.
Storm heading out of NE LA into MS solid rotation for a while. Long track tornado? (top recent, below older)
Storm NW of St Louis heading into IL continues to get warned. Segments W/SW could also possibly spin something up.
Two tornado warnings currently in effect in southeastern LA and southern MS.
Latest SPC update introduces a 10% risk area that roughly coincides with the current Tornado Watch.
Tornado Watch now up for most of Arkansas. 40% chance of 2+ tornadoes. #ARwx
Rain now obscuring the approach of a possible tornado as the circulation heads towards Evansville. #INwx #KYwx
A tornado warning continues in northwestern KY as an area of circulation heads northeastward towards Grove Center.
First look at Dec 26 tornado probabilities from SPC. Large part of SE under threat. Eastern Carolinas in particular.
Tornado warned storm entering Montgomery, AL. Rotation has weakened recently but tornado possible.
Another area of strong rotation in southwestern AL heading towards Grove Hill. #ALwx
Strong rotation and hook echo on a tornado-warned storm heading towards Deer Park, AL. #ALwx
A look at all of the NWS warnings in the southern U.S. since midnight. Storms will continue through tonight.
Radar grab from earlier when the tornado went through Mobile, AL around 5pm CST.
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