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December 16, 2021 * 93 posts * 4,776 views
CheeselandSkies said: That looks like pretty substantial (EF2-ish, at least if the house was reasonably well built and the scale is applied properly) damage; could end up being the strongest (or at ... Read more >>
December 19, 2021 * 5 posts * 182 views
twistersister57 said: Anyone else seeing a pattern flip in the near future? Read more >>
December 21, 2021 * 9 posts * 277 views
Sawmaster said: I prefer surfing to streaming, but have been keeping Ryan Hall Y'all going in the background during the last 2 outbreaks as I surfed for new vids. He do9es well keeping up with ... Read more >>
December 16, 2021 * 3 posts * 233 views
Taylor Campbell said: A thread to discuss the severe weather outlook for year 2022. Read more >>
December 17, 2021 * 2,088 posts * 96,135 views
Evan said: I mean this with total respect, as I think it's great some people are not yet as jaundiced and skeptical as I am, but I simply don't believe any of that would matter. It's not ... Read more >>
December 17, 2021 * 1 post * 79 views
TWBot said: Click here to view on the web Highlighted posts December 10 & 11, 2021 Severe Threat December 12, 2021 * 1,732 posts * 81,204 views General Weather Discussion 12/15/21 Midwest ... Read more >>
December 16, 2021 * 22 posts * 912 views
Kory said: With 3 long track, violent tornadoes from Friday's event, I think this has been firmly answered. Read more >>
December 21, 2021 * 4 posts * 181 views
bjdeming said: Speaking of the Mendocino fault zone...an M6.2: There was some damage but no deaths reported. Aftershock forecast lists less than 1% chance of anything stronger here. That Mendocino ... Read more >>
December 20, 2021 * 19 posts * 666 views
WesL said: Morning @Sawmaster! That was on us. We block members who have less than a certain amount of posts from posting links without first being reviewed by a moderator. It helps keep ... Read more >>
December 23, 2021 * 64 posts * 2,164 views
Sawmaster said: I voted OKC and Tanner. Kind of tough specifying cities, but hard to argue that these areas aren't where overall you'll likely see the most and the most intense tornadoes through ... Read more >>
 

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