Severe WX April 19-20, 2020 Severe Weather Threat (4 Viewers)


Equus

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Holy crap. Little blindsided by that, didn't even see damage pics until they put up the EF4 rating. Given radar presentation not extremely surprised but still WOW. Have we gotten to were violent ratings are possible again finally?
 

buckeye05

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Holy crap. Little blindsided by that, didn't even see damage pics until they put up the EF4 rating. Given radar presentation not extremely surprised but still WOW. Have we gotten to were violent ratings are possible again finally?
JAN has gone liberal again. We're back to pre-2014 ratings it seems. This is good news. Though to be fair, nothing really liberal about that rating. An anchor-bolted home was leveled and partially swept away. Any time that happens, an EF4 rating should always be applied, given contextual support of course.
 
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JAN has gone liberal again. We're back to pre-2014 ratings it seems. This is good news. Though to be fair, nothing really liberal about that rating. An anchor-bolted home was leveled and partially swept away. Any time that happens, an EF4 rating should always be applied, given contextual support of course.
Wow, all three of them EF4 tornadoes were beasts.
 

Equus

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We have now passed all of last year's violent tornado counts in mid April, and have the most violent tornadoes of any year since 2014. Again, in mid April. And unlike what one could say for some years pre-2000s, each of them absolutely deserved that rating.
 
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We have now passed all of last year's violent tornado counts in mid April, and have the most violent tornadoes of any year since 2014. Again, in mid April. And unlike what one could say for some years pre-2000s, each of them absolutely deserved that rating.
That is definitely for sure.
 

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