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Not only do we have this weekend's potential to consider, it looks like next week could offer something significant as well should things fall into place.
Yeah if Palm Sunday was t enough ... system mid week next week 17th is even worse .... my. Much better warm sector to work with also ... interesting see how this weekends system unfolds to or not effect next mid weeks system potential ...
 

Taylor Campbell

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Not only do we have this weekend's potential to consider, it looks like next week could offer something significant as well should things fall into place.
This period has been quite busy on the ensembles, and operational model guidance across the board.
 

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I see there's a threat on the 17th. Where do y'all think will be under the gun for that day? Is TX?
Too far out to know for sure. But likely at this point from the Great Plains to the Lower Mississippi Valley. We should,be able to narrow it down once we get past Sunday's threat.
 
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Probably the three biggest tornado events in Alabama history (certainly two of them were) all happened on Wednesdays.
Wednesdays seem to be cursed with tornadoes generally. A few other examples:

Wednesday, May 10, 1905 - F5 tornado killed 97 people in Snyder, Oklahoma
Wednesday, April 9, 1947 - The Woodward, Oklahoma F5, the deadliest in Oklahoma state history
Wednesday, May 25, 1955 - Two F5 tornadoes with 100 deaths between them in Udall, KS and Blackwell, OK, and an F4 near Aberdeen, TX.
Wednesday, June 8, 1966 - The F5 Topeka tornado and two other violent tornadoes in northeast Kansas in the space of just two hours
Wednesday, May 15, 1968 - Four violent tornadoes from Arkansas north to Iowa
Wednesday, January 10, 1973 - The San Justo tornado, probably the most violent ever recorded in the southern hemisphere
Wednesday, March 28, 1984 - The Carolinas Outbreak, with seven violent tornadoes and three long-trackers
Wednesday, April 26, 1989 - The Daulatpur-Saturia tornado, the deadliest in world history, which killed 1300 people in northern Bangladesh
Wednesday, April 8, 1999 - Three violent tornadoes in Iowa.
 

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