shafnutz05 wrote:lol NAN your work blocks NOAA?
newarenanow wrote:shafnutz05 wrote:lol NAN your work blocks NOAA?
No. I just saw a big picture of the US, a bunch of squares, and a whole bunch of bullet points and don't want to read through it.
I thought this would be a sneaky way of saying I'm lazy.
Bowser wrote:NAN - Yeah, I'm thinking the tornado watch is a bit over the top on a 3 pm issuance since I don't think we'll see anything until closer to 7 or 8 pm. I'm in Forest Hills, so we've got the same view.
Bowser wrote:NAN - Exactly and you know how our grid is in Monroeville, Penn Hills, Forest Hills... it sucks. I'm about to get the batteries for the radio.... if I can't watch, I better darn well be able to listen.
As of 7:40 p.m. EDT, there have been 94 reports of tornadoes, according to the Storm Prediction Center. Most of these tornadoes have touched down in Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.
A very large tornado touched down in Tuscaloosa, Ala. after 6 p.m. EDT with "complete devastation" being reported on 15th Street and McFarland Boulevard, according to Tuscaloosanews.com. Businesses and apartment buildings have reportedly been completely destroyed.
Local media has reported three fatalities in a tornado in Kemper County, Miss. Mobile homes were damaged and destroyed with a large number of trees down, preventing emergency workers from reaching the area.
CNN reported that a tornado may have struck the Cullman Regional Medical Center in northern Alabama.